Trevor Von Eeden Archives

Tom King and Trevor Von Eeden's Unpublished Black Lives Matter Comic
The intervention of Black Lightning in the increasingly stressed situation saves the man with the gun aimed at him, but dooms the superhero. Tom King and Trevor Von Eeden's Unpublished Black Lives Matter Comic PANEL 3: Big panel Black lightning lying in the street He's been shot three times in the chest and stomach as he's bleeding[...]
Tony Isabella and Trevor Von Eeden Black Lightning S3 Finale Cameos
Black Lightning was created by Tony Isabella with Trevor Von Eeden for DC Comics back in 1977 Of late, both have been critical of how DC Comics have handled the character and themselves They have both been much more complimentary of the television version. Now, in the finale of season three of Black Lightning, which has[...]
The Daily LITG, 24th July 2019 –
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday Tuk The Caveboy Responsible For The X-Men? Franklin Richards as the New Galactus? Two Histories Of The Marvel Universe, Tomorrow… "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia": Dolph Lundgren in… "Crime Stinks II"? Marvel Comics Solicitations For October 2019 – 27 Of Them Frankensteined Fearless #1[...]
Black Lightning – Still Looking Good At 40
40 years ago this month saw the debut of Black Lightning by Tony Isabella and Trevor Von Eeden in his own comic. To give you a better idea of the mindset of DC at the time, they were seriously going to publish a character called Black Bomber, a white racists that became a black superhero when[...]
A Look A Trevor Von Eeden's Process
Trevor Von Eeden shared his process art for the variant cover to the new Cage #1 by Genndy Tartakovsky The colors are by Rachelle Rosenberg He also shared his prelim sketches for a Powerman and Iron Fist Christmas cover With cover also by Rosenberg I love the one with the Avengers #21 cover. The idea for this[...]
SDCC 2014: Word Balloon's John Siuntres Presents Rare 1978 Comic Book Documentary
Harris and a teenaged Trevor Von Eeden conferring over panel arrangements for an issue of Black Lighting; Jim Steranko – "the top of the comic book avant-garde" – discussing the importance of Venetian blinds in film noir, and how he uses them to create menacing atmosphere in comics; Neal Adams and Julie Schwartz talking about[...]