Kewber Baal Archives

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Collins and Kewber Baal The adventures of Ash Williams continues in a dystopian future as imagined by Collins, the author of Sunglasses After Dark. Twenty years from "now": The Deadites and their Army of Darkness have succeeded in bringing down Western civilization An unexpected upshot of the demons taking over was supernatural species such as vampires, witches, and[...]
He has his own series, Dominatrix, that he has brought back at Arcana with Erik Hendrix writing and Kewber Baal doing the art Baal is also the artist on Dynamite's Kiss series, so obviously Gene really liked his work.  They synopsis for the first issue reads: From the mind of Gene Simmons, rock legend and media icon,[...]
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Dynamite has sent us a special creator's commentary as they have put out the final issue of their KISS series with issue #10 by Amy Chu and Kewber Baal The majority of the commentary is by artist Baal who includes some of the commentary in his native Portuguese as well as English Then, at the[...]
Creator's Commentary: Kewber Baal On 'Kiss #9'
Straight from Dynamite: a new Creator's Commentary by artist Kewber Baal, talking about KISS #9. The comic features a cover by Kyle Strahm and was written by Amy Chu. Olá again, everyone! I'm really happy to write another creator's commentary, now we'll talk about KISS #9! I hope all of you are enjoying knowing a bit about the[...]
5 Reasons Why David Liss Loves Writing Pulp Comics Like The Green Hornet
This week sees the release of the Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon trade from David Liss and Kewber Baal with cover by Ken Lashley In the series, Britt Reid, the masked crimefighter known as the Green Hornet, and his inseparable ally Kato return But, if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it could be[...]
Creator Commentary – Kewber Baal Talks KISS #8
Dynamite has sent us a creator's commentary from Kewber Baal, interior artist for KISS #8 Cover art by Tom Mandrake. Olá, everyone! Here I am again, now commenting about KISS #8! In this book, I'll be a little more direct, as many general details and comments about my work process, I already explained in last issue's commentary,[...]
Artist Kewber Baal's Commentary On KISS #7
Got a bit of a twist on the usual writer's commentary, this time we have a creator's commentary by artist Kewber Baal talks KISS #7 Kewber has been working for Dynamite for a while now and is an artist to keep an eye on Cover by Tom Mandrake. Drawing KISS has really been a big challenge[...]
Talking A Walk On The Zombie(Side)
I was sent one yesterday by comic artist Kewber Baal It comes from House 137 Studios and it's called Zombie(Side) It's a collection of short stories focusing on zombies but in very different ways than we see in most cases These are people fighting zombies in the time of the witch trails, medieval times and[...]
"What Would Brubaker Do?" – How David Liss Writes The Green Hornet
Both books are on sale today. Cover by Moritat and interiors by Kewber Baal. JESSE HAMM: Your Green Hornet comics have the fun, fast-paced energy and bravado of '30s pulp stories I'm reminded of Robert E Howard's occasional crime stories, or the Mr Moto movies What are some of your influences, from prose and film? DAVID LISS: I don't think I[...]