- 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: February 2012
This week’s theme on the Sindiecate: Dale Keown’s PITT!
Two similar looks for a new character I’m working on to star in a secret project I’m developing with Paul Tobin!
Boris D. Belgique of the Special Police Force. Revisiting a favorite older sketch to flesh him out a bit, possibly so he can appear in a future story…? I drew him in his unders to better know what’s under his … Continue reading
Two big comics blogs have posted articles about me today! The Comics Alliance has been profiling a number of quality erotic comics this month, and today the focus is on my own Small Favors. Multiversity Comics‘ Matthew Meylikhov has posted an … Continue reading
This week at the SINDIECATE: Rob Liefeld’s PROPHET as re-imagined by Brandon Graham and Simon Roy!
Palm Springs: a recent illustration for a client. Original illustration was in grey tones: I colored it for myself. Digital art in Manga Studio and Photoshop.
Coming in May: Pigs #9. Written by Nate Cosby and Ben McCool, art by Will Sliney. Cover by Colleen Coover [ME!]
I just can’t stop giggling!
This week’s theme at the SINDIECATE: Trudy Cooper’s Oglaf! Digital art in Manga Studio and Photoshop. Oglaf by Trudy Cooper is close to my golden ideal in comics. Fun, sexy, clever, and lovely to look at. It’s sassy and sometimes … Continue reading
It’s done. I’ve self-published my first romance short fiction story, Home Port! Home Port is available now at Smashwords and Amazon and is pending publication on Barns & Noble. In celebration of my first published non-comics fiction writing, and as a … Continue reading
Happy Valentines Week! It’s all about the LOVE on ColleenCoover.Net. Digital sketch in Manga Studio and Photoshop.
I’ve finished noodling with the cover art of my new unillustrated romance short story, Home Port! I’ve completed the editing and formatting of the document, and barring technical difficulties, I’m ready to publish the ebook on Tuesday, February 14. Meanwhile, … Continue reading