Been a minute! Sorry about the quietness around here. I’ll be a bit louder.

So Invincible 101 came out last week, hope you all dug it! 102 is in the can(and it is awesome, can’t wait for you to read it!) and I’m working on 103 right now. Ive been so busy that my and James Harren’s blog The BOG has been unattended for a while, but we do work on pieces for it when we can. I can’t get enough of drawing monsters and weird stuff, so the wait won’t be long.
Also I’m always working on side projects, they go slow since Invincible takes up all of my time. Which I’m fine with, Invincible is great, but side projects that I write will always be on my brain and in production. I’ll let you all know what’s up when it gets closer to fruition.

Been a while since I updated so here’s an interview I did with CBR> http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=43777

Now on with some pics! Here’s a photo from a panel at ECCC. Charlie Adlard and I doing gun hands while looking at new covers from SKybound. And the rest is a giant art post of Invincible covers, sketches, and a few Creatures I posted over at The Bog. Thanks for stopping by!

Ryan

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Drawing for The BOG!

Drawing for The BOG!

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hellboy

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SkottieOttSupes

4 Responses to Hi there.

  1. Stef says:

    Enfin des nouvelles, plaisir de revoir des dessins qui d├ęchire

  2. Danny says:

    Glad to see you’re back! Was beginning to think you’d given up on the website! Always excited to see what you’re working on, keep it up.

  3. Rigger says:

    Wow. Love that Superman sketch.

  4. V says:

    I’ve loved your work on Invincible for a long time.
    I wanted to ask you something about the way you present the Viltrumites, it’s especially clear in issue 102 page 17.
    After Nolan is inaugurated, we see Mark standing in a crowd of Viltrumites cheering. They all look like bouncers at a mafia bar! I’ve noticed it before. Most of the males look like greasy extras from Goodfellas.
    Is this how they are generally represented? How would you describe the appearance of a typical Viltrumite?

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