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: September 2009
(The blonde one.) Another recent commission!
I am this week’s guest on Chris Sims and Eugene Ahn‘s comics podcast War Rocket Ajax! Download! Listen! Illustration by Rusty Shackles.
Only ten FIVE hours ONE HOUR left to bid! Three 6″X9″ watercolor & ink sketches by me, auctioning separately, are on eBay to benefit Comix 4 Sight! Bidding is over! And you know, if we had civilized health insurance in … Continue reading
I found a couple of old doodles of everyone’s favorite suggestively-named swamp monster in my drawer. This one’s by my studio-mate and oft-times collaborator, writer Jeff Parker. It was probably done while he was scripting an issue of X-Men: First … Continue reading
My latest commission, for Mr. Kevin Church. By the way, I support Marvel’s ban on smoking in its comics. Smoking is not cool and I don’t understand why people still do it. But this ain’t a comic book, and J. … Continue reading
Three 6″X9″ watercolor & ink sketches by me are on eBay to benefit Comix 4 Sight! (Click on this link to see all auctions for this benefit.) Comix 4 Sight is a benefit to help veteran comics writer John Ostrander … Continue reading
Some of the first character sketches I did to figure out what the Scarlet Witch was going to look like:
The first Comic strip I did for Marvel was a half-page written by Jeff Parker starring Magneto! And in the next strip, also by Parker, men feared the Blob! Apparently there was a day sometime in the past when I … Continue reading