Dave Crosland Archives

Halo: Collateral Damage
The Spartan strike team quickly finds out that they will have to rely on each other and a small cadre of human rebels in order to survive and complete their mission. The new series from Alex Irvine and Dave Crosland just debuted earlier this month, and we have an exclusive look at issue #2 thanks to[...]
Master Chief Stars in Halo: Collateral Damage from Dark Horse in June
Alex Irvine writes the series, with Dave Crosland on art, Leonard O'Grady on colors, and Simon Bowland editing Zak Hartong is the cover artist The story is set after the events of the Halo: Fall of Reach comics. A press release from Dark Horse describes the book: Halo®: Collateral Damage follows the Master Chief and Blue Team[...]
temple of art
With a panel that included filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes, as well documentary subjects Bill Sienkiewicz, David Mack, Jason Shawn Alexander, Megan Hutchinson, and Dave Crosland, it was a panel that definitely should not have been missed. Filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes Temple of Art is a documentary film about, as described by Nunes, why[...]
John Carpenter's 'The Thing' Commemorative Art Book At SDCC
Some of the contributors are David Mack, Bill Sienkiewicz, Cat Staggs, Jim Calafiore, Dave Crosland, Jon Schnepp, and Frazer Irving, making for a gorgeously chilling lineup of Thing-inspired art pieces. In addition, it will be containing a foreword by horror actor, director, and writer Eli Roth, as well as words from the man himself, John Carpenter, about[...]
LBCC 2015: What I Took Home From the Show
Here's a summary of my loot. I picked up a print copy of Dave Crosland's Ego Rehab, a brand new comic book series that he premiered at the con, which I reviewed recently The print version looked amazing and I cannot wait to read more from Crosland in the future. I have run into Arizona writer/artist Jeff[...]
Checking Into Rehab – New Series Creator Explores His Ego
By Michele Brittany, West Coast Correspondent I met artist Dave Crosland at Long Beach Comic Con about three years ago when I was looking for spy related art He had a fantastic Danger Mouse poster; colorful and in an urban gritty style akin to graffiti art An affable fellow, we chatted for quite a while[...]