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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 07

Written by Matt Maxwell.  Art by Luis Guragna.

Written by Matt Maxwell. Art by Luis Guragna.

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 06

Art by Luis Guaragna.  Written by Matt Maxwell

Art by Luis Guaragna. Written by Matt Maxwell

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 5

Back from vacation, so automated posting has ceased.  Though I’ll admit that it was awfully convenient.  I may have to do more of that in the future.

Without further blather, however, is page 5 of the MURDER MOON preview that’ll be running over the summer.

Written by Matt Maxwell.  Art by Luis Guragna

Written by Matt Maxwell. Art by Luis Guragna

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 04

Art by Luis Guragna.  Written by Matt Maxwell

Art by Luis Guragna. Written by Matt Maxwell

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 03

Cowboys make their appearance in the cowboys and werewolves western/horror story MURDER MOON.

Art by Luis Guragna.  Written by Matt Maxwell

Art by Luis Guragna. Written by Matt Maxwell

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 02

No contest this week, no vampires this week.  Just werewolves from the first chapter of STRANGEWAYS: MURDER MOON.

Art by Luis Guaragna.  Written by Matt Maxwell

Art by Luis Guaragna. Written by Matt Maxwell

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Strangeways: Murder Moon – Page 01

Strangeways over at Robot 6 continues, though THE THIRSTY takes a break for the next several weeks.  In its place, the first chapter from the first STRANGEWAYS graphic novel, MURDER MOON.

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Art by Luis Guaraga. Writing by Matt Maxwell.

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Strangeways: The Thirsty – Week of 6/15

6_15_buttonThis week in Strangeways: The Thirsty – Standoff in Cedar Creek! The vampires and Cedar Creek are stalemated, but that doesn’t stop the Sheriff from taking his revenge. Looks like blood spills one way or another!

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Strangeways: The Thirsty – Friday feature

Now that Chapter 3 of THE THIRSTY has wrapped up (and what a finish, huh?) we’ll be taking a look back at MURDER MOON.  Starting next week, chapter one will run in place of THE THIRSTY, giving the artists involved a chance to catch up and myself an opportunity to get some other things done while the artists work ahead.  It ain’t all peaches and cream, y’see.  Lots of irons in the fire, and sometimes they get hotter than I’d like ‘em to.

Our revisting of MURDER MOON starts here, with the original pencils to the cover of what was going to be issue #1, back when STRANGEWAYS was planned to be a continuing series of minis.  The art for these was done by my friend Steve Lieber, who I think had just finished working up a run of SUPERMAN and perhaps WHITEOUT 2 when I got in touch with him about it.  He went on to a little book called CIVIL WAR.  He’s also one of the more underrated storytellers in comics today.  He’s also all-too modest, and is one of the nicest guys I know in comics.  I sure hope he doesn’t mind me doing this.

‘Cause he’s a big guy.  I mean he could break me in half.

That said, I truly lucked out to get him on covers, and always felt he got kinda shortchanged since STRANGEWAYS never went out as singles.  Though the cover art for #4 is what made the cover for the OGN, so I guess that makes up for it.

Here’s the original pencils.

Pencils by Steve Lieber.

Pencils by Steve Lieber.

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Strangeways: The Thirsty – Friday Update 6/12

This week’s bonus material takes us back to “Lone”, the second feature in the MURDER MOON graphic novel.

Development art by Gervasio for MURDER MOON

Development art by Gervasio for MURDER MOON

Interesting to see how they add character in the simple shapes so that you can still keep track of characters that, let’s face it, really look the same.  This is why they’re drawing and I’m not. You can see their whole story in STRANGEWAYS: MURDER MOON, in the story “Lone”, which takes the familiar werewolf story and turns it inside-out.

Oh, the winner of this week’s contest is Matt Bradshaw from the isthmuses of Gmail.  Give him a big hand!

Hope to start showing off artists for THE LAND WILL KNOW (aka STRANGEWAYS book 3) next week.  At least the samples that helped land them the job. We’ll see what comes of that. Need to exert more energy in getting the second book shepherded through the birthing and distribution process, though. But there will be something…interesting every Friday during the serial’s run.

And since we are coming to the end of a chapter, there will be a brief hiatus, which according to my calculations will start the week after next.  I’ll still be around, though.  Don’t you fret about that.


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