Colin Bell Archives

Godshaper SC
Letterer Colin Bell lends more than simple words to the tale of Godshaper He adds emphasis where it feels natural, bubbles and lettering twisting to suit each character and their way of speech It's a thing that too often goes overlooked, but helps Godshaper become even more solid. Godshaper's ending is as fulfilling as its journey[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Judas #1 from BOOM! Studios by Jeff Loveness, Jakub Rebelka and Colin Bell comes out this coming Wednesday, and tells the traditional tale of Judas Escariot, the Disciple who betrayed Jesus Christ, and expands upon it. Following Judas after his suicide, he finds himself in the cold plains of Hell. Judas #1 cover by Jakub Rebelka Immediately,[...]
Death To The Furless Dictators – Preview Chapter 2 Of Beast Wagon
By Olly MacNamee Writer: Owen Michael Johnson Artist: John Pearson Letterer: Colin Bell Publisher: Changeling Studios Loves are tested. Plans are drawn. Doses are administered. Whipsnarl Zoo heats up. The animals are getting restless and the smell of revolution is in the air, and it's not just coming from the monkey enclosure!  Humour, tension collide in this second chapter of the British Comic Award[...]
Master Tape Asks – Can Earth Music Be Saved?
The character work is perfect too, everyone just flawed enough to be interesting and the action ebbs and flows with real visual wit. Lesley Atlansky's colors are a vital part of this process too, especially in the Death Metal assault and the final couple of pages whilst Colin Bell's lettering is, again, impressively subtle work[...]
Exit Generation – The Pacific Rim of Comics
It's impressive stuff and is backed up by Ruth Redmond's excellent, deep color palette and some kinetic, expressive lettering from Colin Bell Ramon Villalobos' cover wraps everything up with exactly the sort of impact it needs and Adam P Knave's editorial work is the best kind; an invisible structure that allows the book to grow[...]
Selling Comics at Thought Bubble 2013 – Sunday
Given the staggering success of the last big original project that he worked on, Blank Slate Books' Nelson, I'd say that The Motherless Oven is going to be a big deal in 2014. [Colin Bell and Neil Slorance, (not taken at Thought Bubble)] One of the comics that everybody passing by my table seemed to be carrying[...]