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Rian Hughes Plans Second Novel The Black Locomotive to Follow XX

Rian Hughes Plans Second Novel, The Black Locomotive, to Follow XX

When we ran a little bit of hype on the upcoming novel by Rian Hughes, XX: A Novel, Graphic, we only had the UK cover to go on, but the Design Observer website has highlighted the American cover below, as part of an interview of Rian Hughes from a design and typographical perspective.[caption id="attachment_1242306" align="aligncenter"[...]

Grant Morrison Calls XX The Best Genre Book Of The Last 25 Years

Grant Morrison Calls XX "The Best Genre Book Of The Last 25 Years"

Bleeding Cool featured an early version of XX: A Novel, Graphic by Rian Hughes a few years ago A monster of a tome, that reinvents prose by one of the true Renaissance Men of comic books, XX: A Novel, Graphic will finally be published by Picador in AugustRian Hughes is a graphic designer, illustrator,[...]

When Rian Hughes Fixed The Marvel Logo

When Rian Hughes Fixed The Marvel Logo

At the top, the earlier Marvel logo, in the middle, notes from comic book designer extraordinaire Rian Hughes, and at the bottom, the current Marvel logo.Did you notice?At the top, the earlier Marvel logo, in the middle, notes from comic book designer extraordinaire Rian Hughes, and at the bottom, the current Marvel logo.Did you[...]

When Rian Hughes Pitched Fifty Logos For DC Comics

When Rian Hughes Pitched Fifty Logos For DC Comics

Rian Hughes is known as one of the finest logo designers in comic books Just one of his many Rennaissance Man skills You can see his work on DC titles, Valiant and Forbidden Planet logos and plenty more.In 2002, quite without solicitation, he submitted almost 50 ideas for logos to DC Comics.Here they are...He also[...]

Checking In On Is She Available By Igor Goldkind

Checking In On Is She Available? By Igor Goldkind

From Igor Goldkind's Is She Available, art from Jeff Christensen, design by Rian Hughes We talked a lot about it here This is just one page..And here is another spread with art just by Hughes.And the cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.As you can tell, Igor has plenty of friends...Available digitally now In comic stores in May...[...]

Tonight Ask Rian Hughes Everything About Multiversity. He Wont Mind Honest.

Tonight, Ask Rian Hughes Everything About Multiversity. He Won't Mind, Honest.

Tonight, Rian Hughes is appearing at Gosh Comics in London, on behalf of the centre for adult learning, City Lit.Hughes is well known for his design and advertising work, his typographical work and for his comics work, three spheres that oddly seldom cross.He drew Grant Morrison's Dare, he designed the Forbidden Planet logo as well[...]

Grant Morrison To Issue His Own Guide To Multiversity

Grant Morrison To Issue His Own Guide To Multiversity

I had a very nice chat in the pub a few weeks ago with Rian Hughes, the man who designed the Multiversity poster given away at San Diego Comic Con In it, he told me some of the decisions he made, how he decided which worlds would go where, how the designs were arrived to[...]

Valiant Announces New Series Focusing On The One Percent

Valiant Announces New Series Focusing On The One Percent

Thwarted by the adventurers known as Archer & Armstrong at every turn, Valiant's own wolves of Wall Street then turned their attention to Occupy Wall Street…and we all know how that worked out! Now, in the wake of their greatest victory, a vicious new brand of One Percenter is about to rise to the top[...]

Rian Hughes Logo For The Stan Lee Eagle Awards

Rian Hughes' Logo For The Stan Lee Eagle Awards

 That's the new Rian Hughes-designed logo for the Stan Lee Eagle Awards, newly renamed and newly rebooted Long standing British comic book awards, which has had major ownership controversy over recent years, and has moved from the MCM Expo to the London Film And Comic Con (and picked up Stan Lee in the process), this[...]

Grant Morrison And Rian Hughes The Key &#8211 A New Comic From The BBC

Grant Morrison And Rian Hughes' The Key – A New Comic From The BBC

As part of their Freedom 2014 season, the BBC has commissioned a new webcomic from Grant Morrison and Rian Hughes, entitled The Key. It can be read in its entirety, here.It tells a wordless story, of freedom of action, of liberty, of thought and speech, entwined together with keys and the ideas of keys There's an[...]

Exclusive &#8211 First Look At The Covers For Valiants Rai #2

Exclusive – First Look At The Covers For Valiant's Rai #2

Here we see the covers by Raul Allen, Mico Suayan and the mask variant by Rian Hughes.RAI #2 Written by Matt Kindt Art by Clayton Crain Covers by Raul Allen and Mico Suayan Mask Cover by Rian Hughes Variant Covers by BART Sears and Paolo RiveraDiscover the astonishing world of the 41st century! This summer, Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain's one-of-a-kind[...]

Things To Do In London In May If You Like Comics And Burlesque

Things To Do In London In May If You Like Comics And Burlesque

Rian Hughes, Bleeding Cool's Jessica Kemp, Jessica Martin, Chrissie Nicholson-Wild of Curve Couture and more will be exhibiting together at the London Burlesque Fest forthe Big Burlesque Day Out in May 24th.Rian Hughes, best known for drawing Grant Morrison's Dare, designing the Forbidden Planet logo (and the current Valiant logo) as well as lots of[...]

From Batmobile To Burlesque &#8211 A Comic Book Diva

From Batmobile To Burlesque – A Comic Book Diva

Rian Hughes' Batman story recently appeared in Batman: Black & White which featured an array of vehicles And he's chosen to share his Batmobile designs from the story with Bleeding Cool And that's not all...He's also recently released through Image Comics, his Soho Dives, Soho Divas book, featuring[...]

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn &#8211 Through Books And Pictures

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn – Through Books And Pictures

Read "backwards", the images appear in tissue-paper overlay to create a wordless narrative of poetic intensity.I stopped by the Hic and Hoc table to check out their new release of a Humor title, but also found the first installment in the series and an "unsolved mysteries" book, Unknown Origins & Untimely Ends.I was late to[...]

The History of Foyles In Comic Book Form

The History of Foyles In Comic Book Form

from the likes of Steven Appleby, John Miers, Karrie Fransman, Hunt Emerson, JAKe, Bryan Talbot, Woodrow Phoenix, Oliver East, Krent Able, Hannah Berry, Rob Davis, Donya Todd and Rian HughesSo I photographed it all on my iPad, for those who can't make it down.[...]

Rian Hughes Rather Backwards Cover For Batman

Rian Hughes' Rather Backwards Cover For Batman

From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather remarkable looking cover to his upcoming Batman comic for DC Comics.From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather remarkable looking cover to his upcoming Batman comic for DC Comics.From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather[...]

Rian Hughes Burlesque Gallery And Introduction To Soho Dives Soho Divas

Rian Hughes' Burlesque Gallery And Introduction To Soho Dives, Soho Divas

Designer, cartoonist and comic creator extraordinaire Rian Hughes has created a series of portraits of London's burlesque performers, including sketches from life, graphic illustrations and paintings in a variety of media and styles Here is the introduction to Image Comics' upcoming Soho Dives, Soho Divas, for November. I’m sure that, like me, you’re wary of unsolicited[...]

Rian Hughes Talks Through His Shadowman Logos

Rian Hughes Talks Through His Shadowman Logos

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the motherlode of Rian Hughes alternatives for the new logo of Valiant Entertainment's Shadowman You can see them all here, but Rian asked if he could add his own take on the logo treatments He writes; As with the previous Valiant logos, the first stage was to look at the vintage versions[...]


Rian Hughes Looks Again At The New DC Logo

Rian Hughes Looks Again At The New DC Logo

When Bleeding Cool broke the story of the new DC logo, we were able to ask comic book logo designer Rian Hughes what he thought, and he was rather complimentary.He's less complimentary now He writes; As I've mentioned, a good logo should first and foremost work "bare", preferably without any 3D rendering and Photoshop fanciness[...]