A couple of COPRA commissions: DY DY and XENIA

I posted this mask-less Count Vertigo commission (w/logo) before, but I just came across all these extras that I haven’t seen in a while and never shared, including the pencils, inks, sketches, and tattoo!

CV created by Gerry Conway & Trevor Von Eeden and brought to life again by John Ostrander and Kim Yale.


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COPRA Round One is now available through Diamond Comic Distributors, order code OCT141106.

The book has received some great write ups so far! One by Chase Magnett for ComicBook.com and the other by Oliver Sava for the A.V. Club!

And, hey, I did an interview for Italian comics site Lo Sazio Bianco. Here’s the Italian version and the English version.

Image by Adam Pruett
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COPRA Round One is now available through Diamond Comic Distributors, order code OCT141106.
The book has received some great write ups so far! One by Chase Magnett for ComicBook.com and the other by Oliver Sava for the A.V. Club!
And, hey, I did an interview for Italian comics site Lo Sazio Bianco. Here’s the Italian version and the English version.
Image by Adam Pruett
yeahdudecomics:

Debuting at SPX this weekend is the Bowman Pin-Up Zine
featuring my best artist friends: Matt Kish, Victor Kerlow, Emma Louthan, Box Brown, Ian Harker, Lauren Barnett, Will Cardini, Meghan Turbitt, Michel Fiffe, Josh Bayer, Josh Burggraf, and Keenan Keller

pick up some Yeah Dude Comics at SPX table C12!

yeahdudecomics:

Debuting at SPX this weekend is the Bowman Pin-Up Zine

featuring my best artist friends: Matt Kish, Victor Kerlow, Emma Louthan, Box Brown, Ian Harker, Lauren Barnett, Will Cardini, Meghan Turbitt, Michel Fiffe, Josh Bayer, Josh Burggraf, and Keenan Keller

pick up some Yeah Dude Comics at SPX table C12!

why-i-love-comics:

All-New Ultimates #7 (2014)

written by Michel Fiffe
art by Giannis Milonogiannis

(via characterlikeme)

Dr. Doom was created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. This is yet another Kirby design that I never even attempted to draw. Not a single doodle, not a sample page, nothing. And now? I’m afraid I have to give everything up and dedicate my life to Victor Von Doom.

This was handed to me at the Baltimore Comic Con: Lloyd as drawn by John Schweiker! Check out his other art at Doc Fantastic.

This was handed to me at the Baltimore Comic Con: Lloyd as drawn by John Schweiker! Check out his other art at Doc Fantastic.

O.M.A.C. and Darkseid…. two more Jack Kirby characters who I’ve never drawn before. This is becoming a habit (that I more than welcome).

I got caught off guard this Baltimore Comic-Con with all these sketch requests! Luckily I had a few pastel colored pencils that were reduced to nubs by the end of Saturday. Good times!

GALACTUS was created by Jack Kirby and Stan LeeThis is my first time drawing this iconic Fantastic Four character. My god, why have I waited this long to have fun, to make my life meaningful? Seriously, drawing a Kirby design is a privilege.

Process: final inks, pencil stage, preliminary sketch.

worldsworstgrandpa:

Do you like GOOD superhero comics? Do you love Ostrander’s amazing Suicide Squad run from the 80’s. You know, the only good Suicide Squad run. Do you enjoy stories where a group of damaged human beings come together and things go from bad to worse? Do you love critically lauded indie comics being collected for the public for the first time in a print run larger than like 20?
Well you might be interested in Copra which is available for Preorder NOW!!! WOW NOW!!
Official description:

"They’re ugly. They’re mean. But up until today, they’ve always been loyal. So when one of their own betrays them, the men and women of COPRA have no choice but to turn their nightmarish skills back on every son of a bitch who ever looked at them funny."
Here it is, the first six issues of Michel Fiffe’s master class in self-publishing. COPRA: A superhero revenge machine.

worldsworstgrandpa:

Do you like GOOD superhero comics? Do you love Ostrander’s amazing Suicide Squad run from the 80’s. You know, the only good Suicide Squad run. Do you enjoy stories where a group of damaged human beings come together and things go from bad to worse? Do you love critically lauded indie comics being collected for the public for the first time in a print run larger than like 20?

Well you might be interested in Copra which is available for Preorder NOW!!! WOW NOW!!

Official description:

"They’re ugly. They’re mean. But up until today, they’ve always been loyal. So when one of their own betrays them, the men and women of COPRA have no choice but to turn their nightmarish skills back on every son of a bitch who ever looked at them funny."

Here it is, the first six issues of Michel Fiffe’s master class in self-publishing. COPRA: A superhero revenge machine.

All-New Ultimates #7 comes out today! I wrote it, Giannis Milonogiannis drew it, Jordie Bellaire colored it and David Nakayama did the cover. It’s a thing of beauty.

Villains: Vermin (created by J.M. DeMatteis & Mike Zeck) and Agent Crock (created by Ann Nocenti & Keith Giffen). Research was a blast.

Copra #17 is on sale! Our guy RAX leads this one, hoping you’re into prison stories. And I know you are!

Want some preview pages to go along with that? No problem, here you go.

Tags: Copra Rax

I had tons of Batman shirts as a kid, and that first one up there was my favorite. It’s a Miller swipe from DKR but with a new head, a crazy cape and a beautiful city. I love the chunky, plastic feel to it, like 8-bit airbrush.

The last image is of a shirt I only saw in magazines and I wanted it so bad. I mean, look at it. Bootleg Bolland Bats beating up Double Dragon punks? 

It fucking rules.

RAX. COPRA 17. SOON.

RAX. COPRA 17. SOON.

Tags: Copra

My Vulture had wings made out of blades in The Future of Spider-Man. This was a comic I made in 1991 that was kinda like an issue of What If?  Really, it was just an excuse for me to have all the Spider-Man villains attack him at once, driving him to a homicidal rampage. Cameo by the Punisher.

My Vulture had wings made out of blades in The Future of Spider-Man. This was a comic I made in 1991 that was kinda like an issue of What If?  Really, it was just an excuse for me to have all the Spider-Man villains attack him at once, driving him to a homicidal rampage. Cameo by the Punisher.