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Artist Keron Grant resurfaces with new art book

Artist Keron Grant burst onto the comics scene in the late 90s, but really came into focus at Marvel a few years later with his work on Fantastic Four, Iron Man and a stand-alone issue of Grant Morrison’s New X-Men run. After a run on the DC series Son of Vulcan in 2005 however, Grant largely dropped off the comic map. Since then he’s become an illustrator and an artist outside comics, doing T-shirts, giclee prints and books. He’s had success in that field, but for alot of comic fans who don’t travel in that circle he’s dropped off the map.

But he’s out to change that.

Grant is collecting some of his most popular pieces from the past year into a limited edition art book. Measuring nine inches square and clocking in at 70 pages, Grant’s book is available directly through the artist for $35 by emailing him at Keron@KeronGrant.net. If you’ve forgotten how good he is, he’s given us a sample of what’s inside the book.

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Why is it that the people who really seem to -get- Superman are the people who aren’t working on the book? (Morrison excepted.)

The url is wrong for Keron Grant… it should go to kerongrant.net not kerongrant.com.

Wonderful Image of Superman with the fisheye view and style I’ve never seen before but it feels very much like he’s flying.

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