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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Georges Jeanty-- Eisner Award-Winning Artist Available for Bookings with Eva Ink Artist Group

For Immediate Release: 

Gambit by Georges Jeanty

Eva Ink Artist Group is pleased to announce Esiner Award-winning artist, GEORGES JEANTY for 2019 and 2020 bookings (for a start!). 

A New York Times bestselling comic book illustrator, Jeanty's first major work was Marvel Comics’ BISHOP: THE LAST X-MAN, and it just got better from there.


Currently, his work can be seen in AGE OF X-MAN: THE X-TREMISTS, part of Marvel’s “Enter the Age of X-Man” story arc.

Along with his work on many Marvel and DC Comics titles, Georges is known for the critically acclaimed, sixties-era graphic novel THE AMERICAN WAY, written by screenwriter John Ridley and published by DC Comics, its sequel THE AMERICAN WAY: THOSE ABOVE AND THOSE BELOW , and being a regular artist for Dark Horse Comics’ official continuation of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and SERENITY (2007-2018).
Captain America pin up.

If you want a legit media tie-in for your next convention-- we're talking Buffyverse, Whedonverse, Firefly, Serenity, Godzilla, Gamera, vampires, Gambit, Wolverine, Deadpool, Weapon X-- this pop culture phenom of an artist will add some sparkle to any event. 

Here are just a few of Jeanty's Awards/accolades:

Wizard Book of the Month Legion of Superheroes v5 #9 (DC Comics)
Diamond Comic Distributors, Comic Book of the Year, under $3.00 Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight #1 (Dark Horse)
Georges and an undisclosed friend.

Diamond Comic Distributors, Licensed Comic Book of the Year Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight #12 (Dark Horse)
Eisner Award, Best New Series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight (Dark Horse)
GLAAD Media Awards, 20th Annual Outstanding Comic Book Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight “Wolves at the Gate” (Dark Horse)

Wizard Magazine, Top 100 Graphic Novels of the Wizard Magazine Era Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight “Wolves at the Gate” Placed #67 (Dark Horse)
New York Times Bestseller List Serenity: Leaves On The Wind Graphic Novel (Dark Horse)
Potential Comic con panels
Georges Jeanty is available for booking for both domestic and foreign shows. For more information contact us at: evaink@aol.com

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

KISS Zombies #1-- KISS and the Zombie King Come Together-- Right Now!

Decades after a zombie invasion has made humans an endangered species, the city of New Detroit is under siege. The people in charge have banned music, as the undead are attracted to sound, and have tried to rid the world of evidence that the greatest band in history have ever existed. Unwilling to live this way and take the leadership at their word, a group of teenagers set out on a dangerous trip to find KISS!

From  Arthur Suydam-- The Zombie King (artist on DCeased, Black Panther, Deadpool and Marvel Zombies), Ethan Sacks (Old Man Hawkeye, Old Man Quill) and Rodney Buchemi (Death of Hawkman, Uncanny X-Men) comes a story of survival and rebellion in a post-apocalyptic landscape devoid of rock'n'roll!

7x10, 32pgs, FC SRP: $3.99, SEP191028

For more information on Arthur Suydam and bookings for shows contact Renee at: evaink@aol.com

Monday, August 12, 2019

DCeased #4-- Suydam Cover a Hit! Selling FAST!

The newest variant Suydam cover in the hit series from DC Comics is selling out fast. Recent press on the cover, and series, sent sales of this Brian Bolland "Killing Joke" homage through the roof!!

To get yours, you can find them on ebay or buy them directly from Suydam at his upcoming convention appearances. But supplies are limited.

For more information, contact Renee at: evaink@aol.com

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

DC Comics Releases : "Legends of the Dark Knight: MICHAEL GOLDEN"

DC Comics has just released a 248 page hardcover on the Batman works of artist Michael Golden.

Artist/writer/creator Michael Golden, is a legend in the comic book industry, but one that has never stopped adding to his legacy as a storytelling professional. Co-creator of the X-men's Rogue character, Spartan X and Bucky O'Hare, Michael  is known worldwide for his groundbreaking work on "Star Wars,"  "The 'Nam," "Micronauts,"  "G.I. Joe Yearbook," and  "Dr. Strange, " among MUCH more, and is counted as one of the best cover designers and illustrators in the business.

Golden's work can be seen on covers from "The Walking Dead," to "Civil War," the new "Rom,"  "Deadpool," the new "Micronauts,"  "Spawn," "Nightwing", "Iron Man", "Heroes for Hire", "Exiles,"  "Spiderman," "Vampirella," "Captain American," "The Punisher"  to "The Hulk," as well as numerous other titles, for about every company out there. 

It's no wonder that Golden has been one of the most influential creators around for the last several decades:

"....unless you can actually draw yourself, it is very difficult to understand the exact mind-blowing impossibility of what he does," said writer/artist Larry Hama, of Golden's work.

"Michael blithely puts down on paper exactly what he sees in his head. It's like he's got a cosmic opaque projector that shoots a laser beam from his brain through the kundalini eye in his forehead straight down onto the drawing surface where all he has to do is trace it," continues Hama. "The result is hard-edged and fully realized in every way. No fuzzy impressions here. No using the side of the pencil. No squiggly space-filling lines blocked in on automatic pilot. To paraphrase Neal Adams (who was referring to Golden), there is not a single millimeter of line on the page that is not directed by conscious thought."

Recent books covering the colorful life and amazing art of Michael Golden include a Manga version of the "Bucky O'Hare" series,  as well as the top selling art retrospective "Excess: The Art of Michael Golden," written by Renee Witterstaetter, which sold out and has gone into a second printing, as well as his sketchbooks "Heroes and Villains," "MORE Heroes and Villains, "  "Michael Golden: Alchemy," and "Dangerous Curves."

Michael has served as an Editor at DC Comics as well as Senior Art Director at Marvel Comics, and has worked on scores of movie production projects, some currently in development. 
His art has been the focus of gallery shows in places as diverse as Gijon, Barcelona, New York, Antwerp and Brussels, while his class on storytelling has been conducted from Spain to Brussels to France to Canada to the United States... and most recently China.

He has recently been awarded with Lifetime Achievement Awards from The University of Maryland Eastern Shore  and the Lille Arts Festival. with gallery shows of his work in Spain, New York, Maryland and Moscow, and many points in between.

This new book from DC Comics  collects his stories from:

 Batman Family #15-20, 
Batman #295, #303, 
DC Special Series #15, 
Detective Comics #482, 
Batman Special #1, 
Batman: Gotham Knights #22. 

It also collects the covers from Detective Comics #625-626, 628-631, 633, 644-646, Batman #484-485, Showcase '93, Nightwing #66-77 & #129-130 and the Man-Bat entry from Who's Who in the DC Universe #12.”

For more information contact Renee at: evaink@aol.com

You can also join Michael Golden's Patreon page at:  


Monday, May 13, 2019

DCeased!-- Arthur Suydam Brings Out the Dead for new Series

DCeased #1
May 10-2019--

Awarding-winning celebrity artist, Arthur Suydam, known for his work on Marvel Zombies, Deadpool, Black Panther and more, is helping DC Comics bring out their own entourage of the formerly living in their new series, "DCeased."

And why wouldn't they come to the "Zombie King," Suydam, who has been putting the macabre in comics since "Cholly and Flytrap" and "Mudwogs," to "Batman Vs. Predator," and onto the aforementioned phenom hit "Marvel Zombies," and beyond?

Nobody does zombies like Suydam!

Here is your own peek at Arthur's first two covers for the "DCeased" series!

With MORE covers to come, all taking a  new look at some classic DC frontage pieces! But what a start! 

DCeased #2

Now is a perfect time to book Arthur Suydam for your show or store, and if he is already booked with you for 2019, be sure to mention his eye catching covers on "DCeased" in your promo.

For more information, contact Renee at: evaink@aol.com

Saturday, April 6, 2019

A Very Singular Day

Yesterday was my birthday.

It is the second one without the familiar call and the familiar voice, relating to me the circumstances of my birth. 

After many years of practice though, I know it by heart, and can relate it to you thus:

Mom was at my Aunt Aba’s house. On a Sunday. After church. During lunch, her water broke, so they finished eating (priorities) and then took her to the hospital. But much as I am still, I didn’t arrive until the evening…and as a result, I never have been a morning person. 

I don’t think I was a particularly painful birth. I’m sure I caused her pain later… And if so , it causes me much regret. But IF so, she hardly commented on it. 

Mom was love that way. 

So here I am… no phone call… and left to my own devices, here is what I did:

I slept late until 9:30. 

I stayed in my pajamas all day. 

I proceeded to place all the paintings that had been sitting in the corner for the last year in proper and pleasing places, and then found I had no idea where the hammer was. 

I went online and looked at houses totally out of my price range and which I don’t intend on buying, but it was fun to look. 

I googled an old friend out of curiosity to see if he is still alive. He is.

I worked a little, but not much.

I ran on the treadmill for 2 miles, did sit ups, leg curls, and weights. At one point I tried to do chin ups like Linda Hamilton preparing for Apocolypco. It did not go well. 

I smelled the roses. (Thank you to who sent them.)

I bought a Mary Poppins tea pot that was on clearance. And then remembered I don’t have any British friends in LA any more and certainly no PG TIPS. And I hardly ever drink tea. 

I ate dark chocolate. 

For lunch I had a mishmosh of eggs, salsa (Pace of course), jalapeƱos, and cherry tomatoes. And not the norm, I had a very fattening toasted egg bagel with cream cheese. 

I drank coffee. A lot. It’s an antioxidant so I don’t’ feel bad about it. Don’t judge me. 

I polished the furniture in my LA apartment and swept the hardwood floors. At one point I recreated a scene from “Risky Business,” but we won’t go into that. 

I sang a song. Out loud. Not just in my head. I’m sure people could probably hear. 

I didn’t care. 

(I admit I may have sang two.)

I tried to assemble some electronic candles covered in silver glitter. Now I am as well. 

I drank a glass of red wine. Also an antioxidant. Don't judge me. 

I missed my Mom. 

I enjoyed this singular day of doing “nothing.” A rare occurrence, and a chance to reflect on gratefulness:

For every hour and every second so far…

Thanks to everyone that stopped by to say “hello.” It meant alot. 

And in the end, I sat on the balcony and watched a sunset that looked like a Phoenix rising from the ashes. 

I feel that way every year. 

WHAT an adventure.


Thursday, March 7, 2019

Michael Golden Greatness-- In a Flash!-- "Flash #65"

Hey Ya'll--

Check out this great Michael Golden variant cover from DC Comics. On "Flash #65."

Michael has at least 3 other variants in the que right now, with more to come. Let your comic shops and DC  know that you love it!

Also a big fan of the minimal trade dress. You'll see what I mean when you find yours!