Tuesday Tonic with Shelly Bond

Tuesday Tonic with Shelly Bond

By DCE Editorial Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

This week’s Tuesday Tonic is a salute to Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. Why? Because there’s nothing quite as captivating as the graphic power of high contrast. FAIREST #2, page 18 Pencil by Phil Jimenez, Ink by Andy Lanning When this page popped up on my screen, I practically took flight. it rocketed my chair backwards, punching me through the office walls of a moody colleague (Hi, Will!) and top DC executives. But don’t start a pity party collection on Kickstarter. I’ve already paid the piper and the ride was worth it. HELLBLAZER #292, page 13 Guest artist Gael Bertrand illustrates the epilogue to “Another Season in Hell.” But who in hell is this woman and why am I glad that I’m not stage left?!? IZOMBIE #23 When Allred puts lead on paper, you know the color will do it justice X 10. But seeing the image in black and white still gives you a serious symphony of pedal and metal. The Girl Most Likely to be Unabashedly Random, Shelly