Rising star Jeff Lemire has taken the comic book world by storm as a writer and artist. His quirky sensibility and emotional storytelling are captivating (even when the stories turn creepy or violent). So, what better gift to give this holiday season than ... the works of Jeff Lemire? If you know someone who likes family stories, animals, superheroes and the color red, pick up the comic book IGN calls “wondrously grotesque,” ANIMAL MAN issues 1-4 written by Lemire.
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New revelations about Walter Fish and Project Evergreen push Jepperd over the edge. When his violent actions finally ostracize him from the rest of the group, he's forced to leave The Dam. But Jepperd won't go quietly – and he won't go without Gus. SWEET TOOTH #25 by Jeff Lemire is in stores today.
As Gus lies dying, he has a new and terrible vision that will test the group's faith. Below is a peek inside Gus’ experience, gorgeously drawn and watercolored by Jeff Lemire. Endangered Species concludes in SWEET TOOTH #24 on sale Wednesday.
San Diego Comic-Con is a great place to see some of your favorite writers, artists, pencillers, and colorists. For those of you who couldn’t make it to the convention or missed these moments, here are a few photographs from my time there. Pictured below: Eisner Award winning writer Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque on the AMERICAN VAMPIRE panel. Notice Jeff Lemire hiding in the background?
Had to look up the word eschatology? Don't worry, so did I. According to Webster's Dictionary it's defined as "any system of doctrines concerning last, or final matters, as death or the afterlife." And it's the perfect word to describe Jeff Lemire's outstanding comic book SWEET TOOTH.
Jeff Lemire’s epic story about an orphaned young boy with antlers and a love of chocolate wows readers on a monthly basis. In SWEET TOOTH Vol. 3: Animal Armies, collecting issues #12-17, Gus and the other hybrid kids meet a new ally in the militia camp, but will he help them find a way out? And Jepperd begins to assemble an army of his own to take down the militia camp. But can he control the forces he's set in motion?