We may have had comic-inspired issues before, but we think you'll agree that this month's comic art special is the best so far.
Setting the bar high, the incomparable DC cover artist Adam Hughes has created an exclusive cover for us, with an insightful workshop inside peeling back the pin up perfection of his cat burglarising catwoman.
We speak to graphic novel innovator Bill Sienkiewicz on changing the face of comics in the 1980s with his work on Elektra: Assassins, and Tommy Lee Edwards shares his golden rules of comic art with us. Justin Gerard delivers the last in his two-part series of the art of drawing, and we speak to some of the great cover artists today on 75 years of comic covers.
DC's co-publisher and master artist Jim Lee opens his sketchbook in an extended feature, and 2000AD artist Greg Staples opens up his art studio in our artist in residence regular. If you add to that a selection of great Q&As, a zombie-Mexican wrestler workshop from Dave Dunstan, a Jonny Duddle tutorial that explores Painter's brush system, and a photo-collage workshop from Marc Taro Holmes - not to mention a free DVD replete with goodies - we call that a pretty great issue!
Justin Gerard: In the last of his Art of Drawing workshop series, Justin is looking at the power of practice.
Bill Sienkiewicz: From Elektra: Assassin to Stray Toasters, Bill is a stone cold original, and has plenty to say about his work in comics.
Covering DC: We speak to some of DC's legendary artists about what makes a great cover, and explore 75 years-worth of great examples.
|Adam Hughes: We don't mind so much that Adam's Catwoman is trying to steal out FX! Not when Adam shows us how to draw her.
Tommy Lee Edwards: The comic vet walks us through his methods for creating brilliant story-telling, panel by panel.
Jim Lee: Having got his big break from a chance meeting at a convention, to co-publishing DC, Jim has always been sketching. Here's six pages of his recent work.
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