I’m proud to unveil the title logo for Trophy Girls, created by the talented John Roshell of Comicraft. Designing the Trophy Girls title logo wasn’t any easy task. However, after a few weeks of
Originally intended to be only a graphic novel, Trophy Girls will now be released as a series.
While writing the Trophy Girls issue 2 I found that six pages were chronologically inaccurate and didn’t belong. Instead these six pages (or prequel as I call it) belonged at the beginning of Trophy Girls. Unlike the colorful and exciting “Our Surreal Week”, the prequel is revelatory and melancholic.
The Top Cow Talent Search is over and the winners chosen. Matt Hawkins sent a mass email stating this years Top Cow Talent Hunt winners will
When I heard that Top Cow Inc. was holding a Talent Hunt for two unpublished writers and two unpublished artists, I just knew I had to give it a shot. What a dream come true to it would be to write a one-shot or mini-series for a company like Top Cow (home of Witchblade, The Darkness, etc.)
I’d like to share some more information about The Deciders, specifically how I came up with The Deciders symbol. Every famous superhero has a distinguishable symbol. Just take a look at these examples and I’ll bet you can tell me who each one belongs to.(or at least 98 % of them)
Creating a symbol can be tricky. There needs to be a reason why the symbol is and looks the way it does. I can’t stress the KISS principle enough, “Keep it simple, Stupid!”
With that in mind, I had to create a symbol which represented everything a Decider was. This symbol was going to be integrated into the suit’s