Jason Shawn Alexander



Image Reveals Jason Shawn Alexanders Cover for Spawn #300

Image Reveals Jason Shawn Alexander's Cover for Spawn #300

As Spawn gets ready for its milestone 300th issue, Image Comics has revealed Jason Shawn Alexander's cover for Spawn #300.This is the latest of several covers by superstar artists including Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo, J Scott Campbell, and Jerome Opena for the issue which will also feature interior art by McFarlane and Capullo and writing[...]

Spawn Gets Crucified for Spawn #295

Spawn Gets Crucified for Spawn #295

Just when you thought your outrage was over, pearl-clutching bible-thumpers, Todd McFarlane and Image Comics are ramping up the blasphemy! As Spawn heads toward its 300th issue, creator McFarlane revealed a page of interior art from Spawn #295 by artist and man with three first names, Jason Shawn Alexander, showing the titular character being crucified on[...]

Krypton Season 1: Decrypting Episode 9 Hope

Krypton Season 1: Decrypting Episode 9, 'Hope'

Both Matt and Heather are wearing appropriate Krypton attire as well.The episode spotlights artist Jason Shawn Alexander (Spawn, Empty Zone), who works up pieces of General Zod, Seg and Lyta kissing, and Brainiac appearing on the planet They also talk with Sipos about Adam Strange's drinking and come up with the name of some drinks[...]

Spawn #285 Review: Interesting Allegory Buried in Text

Spawn #285 Review: Interesting Allegory Buried in Text

That was funny.[caption id="attachment_843023" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spawn #285 art by Jason Shawn Alexander and Lee Loughridge[/caption]If nothing else, Jason Shawn Alexander’s artwork is frigging gorgeous It plays with shading in an incredible fashion, the texturing and detail is stunning, and Spawn himself looks awesome The colors of Lee Loughridge are subtle and fits Alexander’s artwork[...]

Temple Of Art: The SDCC Panel You Didnt Know You Didnt Want To Miss

Temple Of Art: The SDCC Panel You Didn't Know You Didn't Want To Miss

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.[caption id="attachment_691644" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes[/caption]Temple of Art is a documentary film about, as[...]

Sienkiewicz Mahfood and Alexander Get Political

Sienkiewicz, Mahfood and Alexander Get Political

We saw the Bernie Sanders piece Bill Sienkiewicz did the other day, but now he has been joined by fellow artists Jim Mahfood and Jason Shawn Alexander on this jam piece depicting their interpretation of the current presidential race They're depictions of Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seem to be a bit unflattering[...]

A Bleak Future Explored In Jason Shawn Alexanders The Empty Zone Vol. 1

A Bleak Future Explored In Jason Shawn Alexander's The Empty Zone Vol. 1

Eisner-award nominated artist Jason Shawn Alexander (Abe Sapien: The Drowning, The Escapists) weaves the unsettling, dystopian saga of Corinne White that introduces readers to a bleak future, eighty years after a worldwide blackout in The Empty Zone Vol 1: Conversations with the DeadWriter of Saga, Brian K Vaughan commented on the book by saying: "Jason[...]

How Jason Shawn Alexander Makes A Human Machine In Empty Zone

How Jason Shawn Alexander Makes A Human Machine In Empty Zone

I’ve been impressed by Empty Zone ever since I saw the Kickstarter art for the series and learned about its long history as Jason Shawn Alexander’s haunting personal project Now that the series is rolling out from Image Comics, it seems like my impression of the series changes with each issue In the opening issue,[...]

Capturing A Sense Of The New In Empty Zone #1

Capturing A Sense Of The New In Empty Zone #1

I was impressed by the history behind the comic when I previously spoke to writer and artist Jason Shawn Alexander about his upcoming Image publication Empty Zone Some readers may be aware that the comic appeared before in different forms, represents the artist's original creator-owned idea at the age of 19, and how he's returning[...]