These 6 Artists Moved The Needle For DC To Earn A Spot In 2017 Artists Workshop

DC Comics has revealed the six artists who made the cut for the 2017 Artists Workshop, part of their ongoing Talent Development Workshop program. In a press release, DC wrote:

After reviewing hundreds of submissions during a competitive review process, the DC Talent Development team has identified six aspiring artists to participate in a two-week Artist Workshop hosted at DC's Burbank headquarters. The workshop is led by industry veterans Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson and DC Publisher Jim Lee.

Members of the 2017 class include Amancay Nahuelpan (from Chile; YOUNG TERRORISTS, CLANDESTINO, CALEXIT), Aneke (from Spain; RED SONJA, BOMBSHELLS, GOTHAM CITY GARAGE), Domo Stanton (from Baltimore; THE BIG CON JOB, PREZ), Isaac Goodhart (from New York; POSTAL), Max Raynor (from the United Kingdom; 2000 AD, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA), and Priscilla Petraites (from Brazil; BRILLIANT TRASH).

The 6 writers accepted in the 2017 Writers Workshop were announced back in August. Graduates of the program could get jobs from DC in the future (or Marvel). DC has a comic out in November showcasing the talent workshop alumni.

These 6 Artists Moved The Needle For DC To Earn A Spot In 2017 Artists Workshop

New Talent Showcase 2017 #1

(W) David Accampo, Aaron Gillespie, Tony Patrick (A) Siya Oum, Sam Lotfi, Minkyu Jung, Lynne Yoshii, Matt Merhoff, Lalit Kumar Sharma (CA) Jim Lee, Scott Williams

The latest graduates from the DC Talent Development Workshops show off their skills in stories starring some of DC's greatest characters. In these tales, Poison Ivy fights an ancient demon, Doctor Fate is confronted by the cost of magic, Red Hood and Duke Thomas face off in a training day simulation and so much more!

In Shops: Nov 29, 2017
SRP: $7.99

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