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Si Spurrier and Frazer Irving's Gutsville Returns From Image Comics?
Gutsville was a comic book created by Si Spurrier and Frazer Irving, published by Image Comics, back in 2007 An intended six-issue series, it took a year to publish the first three issues then came to a stop The creative team had worked together on From Grace and The Simping Detective at 2000AD, Spurrier had[...]
Frazer Irving Is Definitely Fine, Everyone, He Just Told Me So
Frazer Irving is a comic book creator I have known for over thirty years I've watched him climb the ladder of comic book creation, seeing him collaborate with the likes of Grant Morrison and create some of the most stunning comic book images imaginable Oh, and Batman as well. Frazer Irving at San Diego Comic-Con[...]
The Daily LITG, 14th January 2020 – Happy Birthday Frazer Irving
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday "AJ and The Queen" Proves Sometimes Too Much IS Too Much [REVIEW] Evangelion Returns Once Again with New Bandai Figure "The Last Of Us Part II" Director Makes A Promise To Fans Let's Take a Look at McFarlane Toys New DC Multiverse Superman Figure Julie[...]
Wonder Woman Annual #2 cover by Yasmine Putri
Calafiore, Marc Laming, Frazer Irving, and Stephen Segovia split the art for this comic All do well and have very cohesive art styles outside of Irving, but his scenes are flashbacks or mental landscapes Irving's sections look simultaneously beautiful and haunting, and they add some extra flavor to the visuals David Baron, Frazer Irving, and[...]
Doctor Strange #390 cover by Mike del Mundo
Spider-Man gets to be his endearing and compassionate self for Doc Strange, showing concern for everything the Master of the Mystic Arts has grappled with in recent years. Doctor Strange #390 art by Frazer Irving Frazer Irving provides downright incredible artwork throughout the comic His well-detailed yet otherworldly style mixes elements of realism and surrealism to make[...]
Thanos Annual #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela
The god-killing one was the most visually stunning, courtesy of Frazer Irving Heather Breckle's cartoon world with stuffed animals looks about as you're picturing in your head and fits that story, even if I didn't care much for that particular story The bumper segments look good, as does the Gamora segment Both were done by[...]
young monsters in love
The comic has an all star creative team including Paul Dini, James Robinson, Jeff Lemire, Steve Orlando, Mark Russell, Kyle Higgens, Alisa Kwitney, Phil Hester, Guillem March, Frazer Irving, Kelley Jones, and more Will that "and more" include more than one woman? Will it be edited by Eddie Berganza? We'll find out, we suppose. The press[...]
Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38
Anything you can do to entertain them will also be welcomed. The London Film And Comic-Con will be at the Olympia exhibition hall near Earl's Court and Brompton Park. Joining me at the show are Marv Wolfman, Tommy Yune, Andy Diggle, Geoff Senior, Rantz Hoseley, Simon Furman, Jessica Martin, Ben Templesmith, Will Simpson, Amrit Birdi, Paul Cornell,[...]
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[...]
The Impact Of The Data Bullet – Annihilator #6 Condenses The Series
The Eisner Award-nominated series Annhilator by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving has come to a close this week with issue #6, "Womanoid" A trade edition will be forthcoming from Legendary, too, with the hardback listed as being released on July 29th There was a substantial delay between the 5th and 6th issue being released, which[...]
The Supercrash Of The Superheavy Fallen Star In Annihilator #5
In retrospect it seems magical, almost playful, and certainly visually appealing in the hands of Frazer Irving Likewise, dialogue is witty, funny, silly, always keeping the energy fairly high as Ray Spass attempts to pen the screenplay that reconstructs Max Nomax's life They are in a state of grace because no one knows the one[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014
Annihilator from Legendary Entertainment, written by Grant Morrison, with art by Frazer Irving and letters by Jared K Fletcher A trend this year seems to lie in the surprising results that spring from new combinations of accomplished comics creators in collaboration, often delving into genres or genre-splicing where we haven't seen them working before, and one[...]
5 Notes On Annihilator For The Curious-Minded
Annihilator #1 comes out today from Legendary Entertainment, written by Grant Morrison (see his previous interview at Bleeding Cool here) and illustrated by Frazer Irving It's a "witchy" tale of a fair amount of complexity and considering its complexity is not something you'll be able to do at a first reading The visuals of this[...]
Annihilating The Fourth Wall With Annihilator And Multiversity
Annihilator #1 by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving is published by Legendary Comics today And you might consider it a companion piece to Multiversity #1 as well. That comic made a big deal of breaking down the fourth wall, literally having the narrator address the reader, asking them to stop reading the comic, because of what[...]
The Guardian Combines Literary Authors With Comic Artists, From Audrey Niffenegger To Dave Gibbons
Creating pairings such as these… Gillian Flynn and Dave Gibbons AM Homes and Frazer Irving Margaret Atwood and Christian Ward Michel Faber and Roger Langridge Audrey Niffenegger and Eddie Campbell Dave Eggers Eggers, of course, already stretching across both worlds It's a stunning achievement on The Guardian's part A different comic will run every day from tomorrow on the Guardian website but will all appear[...]
Frazer Irving Tells A Story With The Covers Of The Returning
It's more a ripoff of Flatliners instead. Here are Frazer Irving's covers for the whole series See the story they tell…   You may have caught Resurrection on TV the other night Or maybe you watched The Returned, a French TV series Both are about people who, after being dead for years, return to existence as if[...]
The Returning, A New Comic For Boom From Jason Starr And Andrea Mutti
From what I can gather, the book is about people coming back from near death experiences and losing their minds upon their return. Flatliners meets The Returned. And here is a Frazer Irving cover image we believe is from the comic…   Boom! has launched a number of original non-licensed titles through 2013, including Polarity, Day Men, Six-Gun[...]
Mutant Lovers Protest March At The University Of Michigan
Recently we saw the Britain's Better With Mutants campaign in X-Men Legacy, and how it contrasted with the mutant hate in the America-set mutant books from Marvel. Today's Uncanny X-Men puts that straight, with a cosplay pro-mutant march at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, with Frazer Irving giving us trees that look like mushroom[...]
Frazer Irving's Grant Morrison's Annihilator
Frazer Irving first drew Grant Morrison's comics for Seven Soldiers with Klarion, Since then, he's been seen on Batman Inc and the like And now he's drawn the cover for Annihilator for Legendary. Announced last year, no publication date has been announced But here's the bumf. Hellraising screenwriter Ray Spass has one last chance to restore himself to[...]
Cammy's Covers – Fearless Defenders To Winter Soldier
Polarity #3 by Frazer Irving A nice modern twist on the classic M.C Escher piece Drawing Hands, Irving presents us with a magnificently creepy yin and yang with this cover Who is drawing who? This is like an eerie version of Harold and the Purple Crayon for a more mature audience I do like the sketchbook[...]
Frazer Irving On Uncanny X-Men
Yay! Frazer Irving of Iron Man, Batman And Robin, Shade, Gutsville and Civil Wardrobe is joining Brian Bendis on Uncanny X-Men in April… Of late, Frazer's work has specialised in taking finished inks and digitally manipulating them into painted work It's dense, textured work with an eye for the overall design And, you know, really nice. Courtesy[...]
Thursday Runaround – Time And Motion Study
At the end  of the mod, I track my progress in a notebook." SpencerWatch: Frazer Irving shows off the third cover to Bedlam. In keeping with the colour scheme and spooky face motif I approached this one with the intent to echo imagery seen in the first issue It's nice to have covers actually relate to the[...]
Frazer Irving's Cover For Kultus
This is the cover to Richard Ford's Kultus, a fantasy novel from Rebellion's SF/Fantasy imprint Solaris scheduled for around this time next year. And the illustration in question is straight from the boards of Batman And Robin/Gutsville/Judge Death artist Frazer Irving. The book solicitation reads; Thaddeus Blaklok – mercenary, demonist, bastard and thug-for-hire – is pressed into retrieving[...]
Where In The World Is Gutsville? A Twinterview With Si Spurrier
Gutsville is an Image comic by Si Spurrier and Frazer Irving about a religious 18th-century world within the belly of an unknown beast The Book of Job crossed with Luddites and a community that survives But it's been on hiatus for quite a while Writer Si Spurrier offered to explain, live, on Twitter. Bleeding Cool:  I[...]