Rian Sygh Archives

Backstagers Gets a Halloween Special in October from James Tynion IV, Rian Sygh, Special Guests
As part of BOOM!'s Road to San Diego, BOOM! on Thursday announced The Backstagers Halloween Intermission #1, a one-shot special hitting stores in October from series creators James Tynion IV and Rian Sygh, along with special guests Sam Johns (The Backstagers: Valentine's Intermission), Shan Murphy (Bouquet), Abby Howard (Junior Scientist Power Hour), and Savanna Ganucheau (Bloom)[...]
Rick and Morty #39 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern
There's one gag about the alien designs being terrible that doesn't quite land because the lack of creativity falls on the team making the comic in this instance (Yes, I know it's a joke at the expense of Star Trek and other established sci-fi franchises, but that doesn't change my point). Rick and Morty #39 art[...]
banana sunday cover
Oni Press are bringing back the all-ages comic Banana Sunday by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover with a brand-new color edition with colors by Rian Sygh From the press release: Kirby Steinberg is having a bit of trouble fitting into her new school Sure, there's the usual problems associated with being from "somewhere else," but this time[...]
It's The Little Details That Make Munchkin #3 Addicting
This month's issue features two stories: Might Makes Wight Part II, written by Tom Siddell, with art by Ian McGinty, and Munchkin Cthulhu Comes For Us All, written by Jim Zub, with art by Rian Sygh Both stories are light, fun, and packed with humor. In Might Makes Wight Part II, we initially get a little[...]
A Dungeon Casino? Munchkin #2 Is Laugh Out Loud Funny
Might Makes Wight Part 1, written by Tom Siddell, illustrated by Ian McGinty, with colors by Fred Stresing, and The Ecology of the Floating Nose, written by Jim Zub, illustrated by Rian Sygh. Might Makes Wight Part 1 focuses on two Munchkins and their adventures through the Wight Brothers' Dungeon The best part about this short[...]
Celebrating Comics With The Boom! Box Mix Tape 2014 – 8 Creators Praise Anthologies
The anthology captures the inventive spirit of comics in the 21st century and makes for a delightful reading experience. Anthologies have long been a mainstay of comics, especially as an avenue to introduce new creators to the world, so in honor of that, I asked contributors to tell us why the anthology format challenges them artistically[...]