After two months of silence i can finally announce the new work i'm doing for Dynamite , the new Shadow series, a monthly that will be out in August, written by Cullen Bunn (Moon Knight, Sinestro, Deadpool, Magneto, etc.), art by me, and colored by Marco Lesko (Justice Inc.).
After Justice Inc. i'm working on another Shadow thing by Dynamite, that soon will be announced.
But one thing i can announce: i've just finished to draw a 8 pages story for the Shadow issue #100:
THE SHADOW #100
Cover A Main: Matt Wagner
Cover B Variant: Robert Hack
Writer: Matt Wagner, Francesco Francavilla, Howard Chaykin, Chris Roberson, Victor Gischler, Michael Uslan,
Art: Matt Wagner, Francesco Francavilla, Howard Chaykin, Giovanni Timpano
Publication Date: June 2015
Page Count: 48 pages
ON SALE DATE: 6/17
"For 100 Dynamite issues, The Shadow has known what evil lurks in the
hearts of men. To commemorate, Dynamite Entertainment brings together
master storytellers to celebrate the purveyor of justice who proves that
crime does not pay. Join MATT WAGNER, HOWARD CHAYKIN, and FRANCESCO
FRANCAVILLA as they pen, pencil, and ink stories so mesmerizing they
don’t even need a girasol! Also joining us will be The Shadow alumni
MICHAEL USLAN, CHRIS ROBERSON, and VICTOR GISCHLER, paired with top
artists, to show the weed of crime bears only bitter fruit! This is ONE
centenarian celebration you WON’T want to miss."
It will be a very particular story, written by Michael Uslan and i'm happy to had the chance to work with him again after Justice Inc, and to be part of this special book, with great artists as Francavilla, Wagner, Chaykin, etc.
The Shadow #100 will be on the shelves on June, don't miss it!
The sixth and last issue of Justice Inc, is already out, this little great adventure is finished but i'd like to continue to show you what there is behind it.
The funny thing is that these are the last penciled pages that i can show, and this is the reason:
Once started issue #6, which was a 32 pages book, trying to be more fast because of the deadlines and of the extra-long book, i've decided with the editor to ink these pages immediately after the pencils, without showing them penciled.
That's why i never made a digital copy of the penciled pages of issue #6.
So, enjoy them because i think there will be not a "Making of" issue #6.