In one page, Nathan Fox sums up the best episode of the best season of the best series on TV right now, Breaking Bad.
Nathan is one of the best illustrators working in any medium now. He’s currently reviving Todd McFarlane’s Haunt with Joe Casey. And along with writer Matt Fraction, he did a masterful job with “For God and Country: An Illustrated Account of the Raid on Osama Bin Laden" a comic in this month’s GQ.
(Having spent the past few years researching the hell out of Afghanistan/Pakistain, The Taliban/Al Qaeda and The War of Terror in general for Unthinkable and Graveyard of Empires there are some things I’d nitpick about how the raid and OBL’s state of mind was depicted, but a) I don’t like critiquing fellow creators and b) I wouldn’t know how to do so without compromising the confidentiality of my sources. It’s still worth checking out as a master class in comics storytelling though, especially with Fraction and Fox’s rollover commentary).
You can see more of Nathan Fox’s work his blog.
Dogs of War is now officially available everywhere books and comics are sold. You can ask your local comic shop to order it for you. You can go to Barnes and Noble and grab a copy. If you are a parent or have a kid whose school has a Scholastic Book Fair you can get your book there. You can order one or five on Amazon.
What I’m saying is this book is out there now. Sheila Keenan wrote a book for readers of all ages That Nathan Fox brought to life. The work we did took several years and we ended up having to call in some A-Team back up in Alexis Ziritt and Guy Major. I’m very proud of the work we did together.
Thank you Veterans! -rico.
Wolverine by Nathan Fox #SNIKT
The Pitcher Plant - Nepenthes hamata, endemic to Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Hellboy, Abe Sapien, and Liz Sherman by Joël Jurion
Mandy Greer - The Slug Princess
French artist/poet/designer Aoi Kotsuhiroi is the person behind the most explicit sculprures, photography, shoes, furniture and poems. She has a fication on fashion and we are fixated on her. She loves the human body and presenting body parts as functional household objects or installations. She also designs statement shoes, clothes and accessories embeding the art of Japanese bondage in her work. Her creations are full of brutal sexual inuendos as her inspiration seems to be dancing over chaos, but at the time preserve a strong sense of order.