Concrete Park Vol.1 You Send Me – A Huge Endorsement

Concrete Park Vol.1 You Send Me – A Huge Endorsement. A cool-ass review from Shawn Taylor.


Interview with Sebastian A. Jones of Stranger Comics

Sebastian A. Jones is a scrappy publisher competing with the big boys. His goal? To build new worlds and big brands in sci-fi and comics and he just happens to be a creator of color. Cool.

Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance

1936019_141584425729_7334247_nSebastian A. Jones, president of Stranger Comics, is the mastermind behind The Untamed: A Sinner’s Prayer, the dark fantasy comic which follows story of the Stranger and his bloody quest for revenge. We talked to Sebastian about his nerdy beginnings, independent comics publishing in a franchise-driven environment and his Kickstarter campaign to turn The Untamed into a hardcover graphic novel.

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Heads Up! Drawing Every Character In Concrete Park™ Part 1

Hello folks, here’s my comic book Concrete Park. Showbiz is tough and getting a published comic is like winning the super bowl. For everyone who asks me what I’m up to when I’m not writing Mad Men specs as conversation starters THIS is it. Hope you’re all well. Enjoy. x. e.

Message In A Bottle - The Official Concrete Park Blog

Concrete Park™ has a lot of characters. Let me repeat that. Concrete Park™ has a lot of characters, and god help me, it’s my job to draw them all. As the co-creator, co-writer and artist of this new graphic novel series from Dark Horse Comics, I helped to dream them up, and I now have the privilege of going to work every day with these brave, crazy, noble, cowardly, brilliant, dangerous, colorful, multi-ethnic, sexy people. It’s a big responsibility.

With the first issue of our new mini-series due in stores Sept. 3, and our new hardcover coming out Oct. 14th, (and with San Diego and Salt Lake Comic Cons around the corner) I was looking for a way to promote Concrete Park on twitter. It hit me: why not try and draw portraits of all the lead characters in our sci-fi epic, going back…

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