Colleen Coover is an Eisner Award-winning comic book artist based in Portland, Oregon. Her comics include the adult title Small Favors and the all-ages Banana Sunday. She has been published by Dark Horse, Top Shelf, Marvel, and many others. She works with her husband, writer Paul Tobin, on the Eisner-winning series Bandette.
Category Archives: Sketches and Doodles
This week on the Sindiecate: Los Bros Hernandez—Jaime, Gilbert, and Mario—changed my life in the late 1980s. Their work in Love & Rockets showed me how the aesthetics of the kids’ comics I had grown up on (Archie, Harvey Comics, … Continue reading
Thor Frog! Ink and watercolor on paper. One of several pre-ordered con sketches I did for Heroes Con 2012 in Charlotte. I’ll be attending part of San Diego Comic Con this year, but I’m not appearing anywhere other than at … Continue reading
This week on the Sindiecate: Sergio Aragonés’ Groo the Wanderer! *** Meanwhile, today is officially “Independents Day”, which would have been the launch day of Bandette and the other four launch titles from MonkeyBrain Comics through ComiXology, if circumstances hadn’t … Continue reading
Last week on the Sindiecate: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird! Because I’m a sucker for even the slightest hint of romance, Casey and April were totally my favorite characters in TMNT. By far. I’m … Continue reading
This week on the Sindiecate: Li’l Depressed Boy by Steven Struble and Sina Grace!
This week on the Sindiecate: Richard Stark’s PARKER, adapted by Darwyn Cooke.
Here’s another round of character sketches from the new seekrit comics project Paul Tobin and I are working on RIGHT NOW. We’ll be announcing this thing this summer! See other sketches from this story here, here, and here. Digital sketch … Continue reading
This week on the Sindiecate: Marshal Law! created by Pat Mills and Kevin O’Neill.
This week on the Sindiecate: It’s Invincible! Created by @RobertKirkman @corenthal and @RyanOttley. I’m using real-world ink and paper this week, colored with Photoshop.
So the past couple of weeks, my Internet energies have been pretty much used up on Tumblr, where I’ve been unofficially curating the Wolverine/Freddie Mercury recreation pages that have popped up since my post on April 23. I thought it … Continue reading
Ink on paper. A pre-ordered convention sketch for Emerald City Comic Con 2012.