MOON KNIGHT #5
WARREN ELLIS (W) • DECLAN SHALVEY (A/C)
• An abandoned hotel in New York contains a single abductee and upwards of twenty armed mob enforcers. Moon Knight is going to go inside and rescue the abductee. Alone.
• Every issue has sold out! Go ahead and up your orders so your readers don’t miss out!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

tulalotay:

Supreme Blue Rose preview pages out today in May Previews ❄️🚖

THIS LOOKS AMAZING

For those who haven’t heard, MOON KNIGHT #2 has sold out, here’s the cover for the second printing, out May 14th I believe.

Q

cshrader23 asked:

What kind of drawing pencil would you recommend? Any brands you prefer?

A

I honestly just use a regular HB pencil. Then, a technical pencil with HB lead to sharpen up the drawing. That way, I don’t scratch the page with a lighter lead (H), and the page doesn’t smudge so much, like it would with a heavier lead (B).

There’s no real magic tool that makes you great.; it all depends on what works for you. The key is to experiment as much as possible, or you’ll never find out.

Q

Anonymous asked:

what's the best way to get into the comics industry?

A

kierongillen:

Take a piece of paper, fold it up, draw a comic on it and sell it to someone.

I’m not being nearly as facetious as you may suspect. Comics’ democratic nature is one of its bigger pluses.

Too true.

inkytasty:

Because you probably don’t need another one. Though I will say I enjoyed the film a lot, and Ed (Brubaker) was amazing! I waved at him and felt super proud.

But this is not a review of that film.

Before the film, as is customary, we watched trailers (Omg how good does guardians of the galaxy…

Wholeheartedly agreed

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Original artwork for MOON KNIGHT covers 1-3

It’s a very special kind of skill; if you’re too loyal to the photo, it swallows you up. If, for instance, in the middle of a whole page of “personal” drawings, there is suddenly a drawing that is too… It’s as if there’s a sudden hole in the page. You have to take the elements from the photo that you need, and retranscribe them through your personal computer, in order to get a personal vision. The same rule applies to drawing from nature. It’s very difficult, but it’s what enables the artist to bring his vision to a work. Otherwise he’s nothing but a parrot, or an ape. [pp. 86-87]

—Jean Giraud (Moebius)

Inspiration for current issue of MOON KNIGHT
The Raid (2011)
The Protector (2005)
Old Boy (2003) Inspiration for current issue of MOON KNIGHT
The Raid (2011)
The Protector (2005)
Old Boy (2003) Inspiration for current issue of MOON KNIGHT
The Raid (2011)
The Protector (2005)
Old Boy (2003)

Inspiration for current issue of MOON KNIGHT

The Raid (2011)

The Protector (2005)

Old Boy (2003)

MOON KNIGHT V BLACK SPECTRE Commission

From ECCC.

Thanks to Ellen for the scan.