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.
Monthly Archives: April 2009
Because I didn’t exhibit at this year’s Fest, I was actually able to walk around, see things, and take pictures!
It’s time once again for Stumptown Comics Fest, where cartoonists from Portland and far beyond come together for a celebration of all things comics. I’m not exhibiting this year, but with admission at only $6, and the location a 15-minute … Continue reading
My latest contribution to “Hey Oscar Wilde! It’s Clobberin’ Time!”— Steven Gettis’ awesome art collection, is from… Oscar Wilde! Give yourself a treat and take the time to browse through Steven’s long list of illustrators’ interpretations of literary figures and … Continue reading
“Un-Enchanted Evening”, the full-length story Paul and I did last year for King-Size Spider-Man Summer Special #1, will see print again on April 29 in the Spider-Man: Spider-Women Digest! For those who do not recall, in this story Mary Jane … Continue reading
Once again the Emerald City Comic Con was a great success! I did a ton of sketches for people– sadly, had to turn down a few requests for fear of running out of time. And I was only able to … Continue reading
… on the road to Seattle, for the Emerald City Comic Con! Almost the entire Periscope crew will be piling onto a train this afternoon for the three-hour trip to one of the nicest conventions I know. I expect we’ll … Continue reading