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 2012
Ink on paper. A pre-ordered convention sketch for Emerald City Comic Con 2012.
It’s now officially official that Paul Tobin and I will be guests at Heroes Con 2012 in Charlotte, NC this June 22-24! As I did for Emerald City Comic Con last month, I will be taking pre-ordered sketch requests. Pre-ordering … Continue reading
Two years ago, former Marvel Comics bullpen member Steve Bunche posted a comics try-out page submitted to Marvel in the 1990s by an unknown hopeful. The page, while lacking in polish and technique, nevertheless had very clear storytelling, and, as … Continue reading
This week on the Sindiecate: John Layman’s and Rob Guillory’s CHEW!
This week on the Sindiecate: Greg Rucka’s Queen & Country!
This photo was sent to me by Ricky, whose girlfriend Megan hot-rodded an Ikea coffee table with blown-up pages from my intros to Girl Comics!
Creepy Quarterly #8 came out yesterday, featuring (among other creepy things) a horror story by my old X-Men First Class partner Jeff Parker and ME. One page in particular was a bit of a challenge to lay out, so Parker … Continue reading
This week on the Sindiecate: ROCKETO, by Frank Espinosa! Ink on paper.
Yvonne. Ink on paper.