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Rob Liefeld To Ink Larry Hama &Be Inked By Kevin Eastman & Neal Adams
Rob Liefeld's final issue of Snake Eyes: Deadgame, issue 5 published by IDW, will see guest artists inking his work on the series, including Kevin Eastman, Ryan Ottley, Eric Canete, Karl Kerschl, Neal Adams, Jerry Ordway, Whilce Portacio, Karl Kesel, Art Thibert, Philip Tan, Dan Panosian, Dan Fraga, Ed Piskor, Marat Mychaels, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli,[...]
Tim Seeley, Dan Fraga Take He-Man to the Multiverse in November
Oh, and he's teaming up with Skeletor as well?! He-Man and the Masters of the Multiverse is a six-issue mini-series, the first issue of which debuts in November, from Tim Seeley, Dan Fraga, and Richard Friend. pic.twitter.com/EsiVfJUEYT — Tim Seeley (@HackinTimSeeley) August 16, 2019 Check out the solicit below, and the full DC November solicitations here. HE-MAN AND[...]
Dude: Rob Liefeld Taking Reunions To The Extreme With Extreme Studios Reunion, Dude
Break out the Jolt cola and the most obnoxious flavor of Doritos you can get your hands on! Superstar artist and comics luminary Sir Robert Liefeld is assembling the band again for an Extreme Studios 25th anniversary celebration! According to a report on Newsarama, Liefeld will join with artists Jeff Matsuda, Dan Fraga, Andy Park, Shannon Eric Denton,[...]
WiP: Dan Fraga's Watercolor Batman
It seemed Dan Fraga decided to experiment with a Batman watercolor piece and share his progress on his Facebook page Dan is a very talent artist and has worked in both comics and animation… and looking at the outcome here, I would love to see more work done like this. He started off with a rough[...]
Dan Fraga's Largest Piece Of Art Covers A Comic Shop
The Comic Book Hideout got artist Dan Fraga to draw on the front of their store Fraga took pictures and posted them to his Facebook pages as this being the largest thing he's ever drawn Fraga has worked on Spider-Man, Wolverine and Bloodstrike as well as on the Ricky Gervais show where he directed seasons[...]
Dan Fraga Returns To Comic Books With The Grave
When we last met big time nineties comic book artist, Dan Fraga, he was working as director on The Ricky Gervais Show for HBO. Well, now he's back to comics With a webcomic, The Grave, publishing a panel every day for a year. And it starts 63 years ago… When we last met big time nineties comic[...]
The Lost Superman Story. Literally.
Dan Fraga has posted to his blog eleven pages of pencils and a further nine pages of layouts for an unseen issue of Superman dating from 2003 Why is it unseen? Because while Dan has the art for the pages he's posted, that is only because he scanned them in DC Comics… lost the original[...]