Writer John Arcudi speaks to CBR about the upcoming SLEDGEHAMMER ‘44 w/ Mike Mignola (co-writer, bossman) & I (drawings). Plus some preview pages, gorgeously colored by Dave Stewart (also above):
More proof that Jason Latour is a rock star.
More concept illustrations for the original pitch for THE SIXTH GUN, this time of Becky Montcrief and Missy Hume. As you can see, the Widow Hume played a role in the story (even though her husband did not). In the original story, Drake and Becky were enemies, but Becky was not alone. She had a younger brother who followed her around.
Art by Brian Hurtt
Concept illustrations for the original pitch for THE SIXTH GUN. Back in those days, General Hume was not a major part of the story. Instead, a wild-eyed preacher filled that role to some degree. Also, Drake was cast as one of the bloodthirsty villain, and he started the story with five of The Six.
Art by Brian Hurtt
THE SIXTH GUN #28Writer: Cullen BunnArtist: Brian HurttColorist: Bill CrabtreeFormat: Standard softcover, Full ColorPage Count: 32Price: $3.99Genre: Western / FantasyAge Rating: All AgesUPC: 649856 00031 6 02811Diamond Code: NOV121262Release Date: January 30th, 2013Description: Becky Montcrief is pursued through a frozen wasteland by a horror she never suspected—Drake Sinclair! If she hopes to survive, a terrible price must be paid and a sacrifice must be made. Meanwhile, Gord Cantrell, Kirby Hale, and Asher Cobb make a last stand against the Sword of Abraham!
Vol 4 of Sixth Gun came out this week and to celebrate we’re having a gallery show at Challenger’s Comics this Friday! The show features original art for the entire “silent issue” (contained within Vol 4)! If you are in the Chicago area please come out and see script to art comparisons and have drinks and mingle with Cullen Bunn and myself!
We’ll also be signing on Sat from noon to 3pm.