I am pleased–and a bit surprised–to say that we have now received four covers for Kid Houdini and the Silver Dollar Misfits! Granted, one will be used for Viper Comics’ Free Comic Book Day offering, but that still leaves three covers.
In all fairness, two of the artists weren’t certain they would have time in their schedules for illustrating covers. Well… when I was told this, I made other arrangements. And now, here I am with four sensational covers trying to decide what to do with all of ’em. A great problem to have–is it not?
Here’s who I’ve received covers from:
Chris Eliopoulos (artist of Marvel’s Franklin Richards)
Jack Lawrence (artist of Image’s Lions, Tigers and Bears)
Grant Bond (artist of Shadowline’s Archibald Saves Christmas)
Thomas Boatwright (artist of Shadowline’s The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo)
I’ve talked to my publisher and they’re working on a plan to utilize all four, so that is totally cool. I’ll be sure to let you know how this wonderful problem is resolved.
Anyway, I’m going to use this space to talk about things I wouldn’t post anywhere else. Thoughts about the comic industry, my work, personal musings… you name it. I may end up regretting it, but I think this could be fun.
Back to work I go.