Sandy Jarrell Archives

Reggie Is A Terrible Cupid – Reggie And Me #4
Sandy Jarrell is an exceptional artist who pays attention to detail, especially with faces Midge looks visibly annoyed by her "stalker", which adds to her overall fear (stalkers are scary lets be real). [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] This week Archie Comics has dropped Reggie and Me #4, and with it a whole new set of problems[...]
Reggie Vs. Moose: Reggie And Me 3
If you've been keeping up with this series, you know that Reggie is hopelessly in love with Midge. He's been trying everything in his play book to worm
The Jerk Prince: Reggie And Me #2
In his new series, Reggie and Me, writer Tom DeFalco and artist Sandy Jarrell attempt to make his antics more human, and sympathetic. As it stands in this series, everyone knows to steer clear of Reggie Everyone except Archie and Veronica, who in the previous issue threw a party the same night as one of his[...]
Dog's Eye View – Showing A Deeper Look At Reggie Mantle
Some folks may even end up liking Reggie when all things are said and done. REGGIE AND ME #1 Script: Tom DeFalco Art: Sandy Jarrell, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jack Morelli There is no one more loved, revered, admired and adored in Riverdale than…  Reggie Mantle? Well, at least Reggie doesn't think there's anyone as loved and admired as himself[...]
Archie To Launch Reggie And Me With Tom DeFalco And Sandy Jarrell
Archie Comics has announced that their next revamped series will be Reggie And Me by Tom DeFalco, Sandy Jarrell, Kelly Fitzpatrick and Jack Morelli It comes out this December and focuses on Reggie Mantle DeFalco says that Reggie is his favorite character… even though he's described as a self-aggrandizing egotist, a sinister super-villain, a merciless monster[...]
Sandy Jarrell's Process Art For King: Jungle Jim #4
Dynamite has sent over some process art for King: Jungle Jim #4 art by Sandy Jarrell and Tadd Galusha with colors by Luigi Anderson The final issue in the miniseries hit shelves this week with a story by Paul Tobin and leads into the King Features Syndicate crossover event that includes The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician,[...]
Evan 'Doc' Shaner And Sandy Jarrell's Art For King: Jungle Jim
Here we have Evan 'Doc' Shaner's original concept sketches for Jim as well as a couple pages of art by Sandy Jarrell and colors by Luigi Anderson. For more information on King: Jungle Jim, click here. We have some cool process art from the Dynamite series King: Jungle Jim that ties into the[...]
"I'm Not Tarzan Because I Use A Gun" – Paul Tobin Talks King: Jungle Jim #1
Jim's connection to the jungle is MUCH more dramatic in our series. DW: What has it been like working with artist Sandy Jarrell? PT: Sandy has not murdered me, and I look for that in an artist Also he's pretty good at art-ing That's nice, too. DW: How was the decision made to transplant the character from Earth[...]
A Closer Look At Sandy Jarrell's Art For King: Jungle Jim
The first issue went on sale Monday from Paul Tobin and Sandy Jarrell Here we have a look at some of Jarrell's art work for the series in both black and white and color which Jarrell does as well. Its interesting to note that Jim on the last panel of the last page shown here gains[...]
First Look Inside King: Jungle Jim #1
This series is being written by Paul Tobin with art by Sandy Jarrell and a first issue cover by Darwyn Cooke. For more on King: Jungle Jim #1, click here. We have another first look, this time inside the new King Features crossover from Dynamite, King: Jungle Jim #1 This series is being written[...]
Jeff Parker Uses Meteor Men To Invade Your Minds And Wallets
That one eerie scene from the movie Signs with the amateur footage from the Brazilian birthday party comes to mind, giving a good scare with the idea that not everything is right in the world. The illustrations in the graphic novel are superb thanks to the dynamic duo of Sandy Jarrell (Batman '66) penciling & inking[...]