I have one question, and one question only when it comes to the return of Aquaman’s mother:
Why do she and Mera appear to be the same age?
Aside from that though, it’s just common courtesy when letting the world know you have good news to be sure and share it with the right people. So, in that light, I know you Gutters Faithful are the right people for me to share this bit of news with:
Our amazing colorist, Ed has recently launched a kickstarter to get some cash for a project he and Gutters Alum Jeff Dabu have put together. It’s called Season of The S.H.A.R.K. and it looks pretty badass! You can check out the campaign here along with a preview of issue #1! I highly urge you to throw a few bucks at this, not only because Ed’s the best, but because Jeff Dabu is a stellar artist and they are offering some very cool rewards!
So with that said, I’m going to start a weekend.
Today’s page comes to us from the one and only Doug Hills:
Doug Hills has been drawing comics for himself and for others since about 2001. He has also dabbled in writing guide books about the art program, Manga Studio. He wrote Manga Studio For Dummies in 2008, and is currently working on a new book covering Manga Studio 5. Doug is the artist/co-creator of the webcomics Place Name Here and Chibi Cheerleaders From Outer Space (with his wife, Stacey Hills). He has worked on several independent comics, including the short story King Pete (with Josh Flanagan and Jordan Boyd), and a four-issue series currently in development, Dixon’s Notch (with Josh Flanagan and Charles Pritchett) and is a founding member of Ten Ton Studios. Doug was also a professional wrestler at one point in his life.
Have a great weekend, everyone!