John Floyd, the inker best known for working with Barry Windsor-Smith, has died at the age of 61, after suffering from pancreatic cancer.
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In a Facebook post Image Comics founder Erik Larsen has commented on Roy Thomas's comments about the Stan Lee's legacy.
Barry Windsor-Smith suffered an Ischemic Stroke on May 20, spent 8 days in an ICU and weeks in rehabilitation. He is now recovering at home.
Heritage Auctions is taking bids for a CGC 9.8 copy of Marvel Comics Presents #79, from the Weapon X storyline.
When it comes to Conan The Barbarian comic books, there is no other artist. And no other artist on Conan The Barbarian would be insulted by that being
Barry Windsor-Smith recently published Monster, his 300-page-plus reworking of an original planned Hulk comic book which pioneered the idea of Bruce
Considered a classic Wolverine story and published in 1991, it was the last major Marvel comic book that Barry Windsor Smith would work on Marvel Comics is to republish the series in their oversize Gallery Edition format next year, prompting Rob Liefeld to post "So psyched for this The Godfather of all that 90's rendering!!"[...]
Marvel has restored Barry Windsor-Smith's Weapon X from the original art and print sources to release a Gallery Edition in March 2021.
It's Barry Windsor-Smith time at the 2021 June 17 - 19 Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction #7244 auction from Heritage, which may be their most
Barry Windsor-Smith's Monsters OGN will beat Image United #4 to the stands this week. Here's a preview of the comic to celebrate.
Okay, this is one of those things that looks like it costs a lot of money... and really does. A page of Barry Windsor-Smith original Conan artwork.
Fantagraohics is to finally publish Barry Windsor-Smith's massive original graphic novel Monsters after 37 years of work, finally realised.
Move over, Steve McNiven, you poseur! Barry Windsor-Smith is set to return in 2020 to release his graphic novel, Monsters. Windsor-Smith posted a graphic
The 3 minute animated video from writer Noah Sterling and Max Dweck with art by Tom Rogers breakdown the original storyline that appeared in Marvel Comics Presents in 1991 starting with issue #72 through #84 written/drawn by Barry Windsor Smith We've seen parts of this play out in the X-Men films and in other comic[...]
Page 9 from Avengers #99 drawn by Barry Windsor Smith and inked by Tom Sutton I had forgotten that BWS had worked on the Avengers for three issues (#98-#100) in the middle of the Kree – Skrull War The issue features Goliath attacking a Skrull ship, but running out of his growth tablets and having to[...]
At the Diamond Retailer Day at MCM London Expo this weekend, Marvel's Senior VP David Gabriel announced that April would see the the first ever printing of the long lost unpublished Neil Gaiman/Mark Buckingham Miracleman #25 comic, twenty years after it was completed. Then, as expected, Gaiman and Buckingham will finish of the Silver Age story with[...]
By Christopher Smith In this, the fourth installment of our ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a
Comic book retailer Tim Finn of Hub Comics, Somerville, MA, wrote to Bleeding Cool, concerning the recent Conan Red Nails volume from Genesis West, reprinting the original Conan art of Barry Windsor Smith He writes; We received Genesis West's CONAN RED NAILS: ORIGINAL ART ARCHIVES HC at my store, Hub Comics, yesterday Big slipcase, nice art,[...]
From 1974 to 1979 Mike Friedrich published Star Reach, a science fiction anthology geared towards adults and meant to bridge the gap between the
When Jerry Siegel Wrote To Aardvark-Vanaheim Looking For A Publisher For Redd Death And Life-Queen, Zongolla The Ultroid, Doomsday-Y-Y Komics, Space Rock Kid And Ricky Robot
This morning we received a motherlode of Cerebus sketches, mostly by Dave Sim (below) but also one from Barry Windsor Smith (above). There were also a couple of letters, one from Harlan Ellison where he agreed in principle to write a Cerebus story for Dave Sim, but also one from Jerry Siegel, the co-creator of Superman,[...]
Here's a quick peek at the 1:100 variant cover for Archer & Armstrong by Barry Windsor Smith-contemporary, Neal Adams. It does seem to be kicking off, rather… Here's a quick peek at the 1:100 variant cover for Archer & Armstrong by Barry Windsor Smith-contemporary, Neal Adams. It does seem to be kicking off, rather… Here's a quick[...]