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joekeatinge:

Well, it’s official. Shutter gets the coolest fan art.

These are two of eight, which will run in #5, all by reader Brian Thomas. Will update this as soon as I hear back from Brian with his Tumblr/everything info. 

I’m still drooling in my chair, as this is so cool that my brain has officially shut down. 

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stefan1138 said: Man! Loving your Shutter book!!! No questions though... Oh, there's one: You plan an European sized hardcover style edition? Would be cool!!!

joekeatinge:

That WOULD be cool. Leila and I are big fans of Eurocomics-sized hardcovers. For now only the singles — and the first trade collecting 1-6 in November — are on the schedule. FOR NOW. YET.

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joekeatinge:

rosecitycomiccon:

Special Guest Announcement:

  • Leila del Duca (The artist on Image Comic’s Shutter, with writer Joe Keatinge. She also draws The Pantheon Project, written by Erik Taylor and published by Action Lab later this year. Leila has also worked on Deadskins, a zombie western for Fried Comics, and Escape From Terra, for Big Head Press. She has also art directed the Denver-based literary and arts magazine, Cellar Door) assortedfoliage
  • Joe Keatinge (The writer of Image, Marvel and DC Comics titles including Shutter, Tech Jacket, Glory, Adventures of Superman, and Marvel Knights: Hulk. Keatinge was also the Executive Editor of Eisner and Harvey award-winning Image Comics anthology, Popgun, and the Courtney Taylor-Taylor penned One Model Nation. Keatinge, based out of the Portland comics studio, Tranquility Base, also writes for the premiere French-language magazine on American comics: Comic Box) joekeatinge
  • Jamie S. Rich (An author of both comics and prose, his recent work includes A Boy and A Girl, Madame Frankenstein, Dark Horse Presents, The Double Life of Miranda Turner, It Girl! and the Atomics, Creepy, and Spell Checkers)
  • Brandon Seifert (Writer of Witch Doctor, Spirit of the Law, Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird, Doctor Who, Hellraiser: The Road Below, and co-writer of Hellraiser: The Dark Watch with Clive Barker) brandonseifert

Find out more about the rest of our guests and buy tickets.

ATTN: Portland, OR

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sheahisself:

For anyone that cares, I just re-read this and it will be the subject of my next contribution to joekeatinge + assortedfoliage's Shutter. Which issue? I don't know. It's not my place to dictate such things.

This is absolutely great news.

sheahisself:

For anyone that cares, I just re-read this and it will be the subject of my next contribution to joekeatinge + assortedfoliage's Shutter. Which issue? I don't know. It's not my place to dictate such things.

This is absolutely great news.

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meisterj said: Will the end-of-book recommendations from Shutter be published in the trade collection?

joekeatinge:

Hey! Good to hear from you, meisterj!

No, the end-of-book recommendations are going to remain exclusive to the single issue comics, as our all the other back up comics, upcoming Shea Hennum comics essays, letters column, etc. as assortedfoliage laid out in this fine post

This is probably a great time to remind folks to pre-order SHUTTER if you enjoy reading it. Those single issues are the economic lifeblood of a comic book, especially a creator-owned one like ours in its early stages and we’re packing as much as we can every issue (at LEAST twenty-one pages of story, a big letters column, bonus comics, essays and usually only about one ad that’s always something we’re stoked about). We’re off to a swell start thanks to you all, but every single order matters and goes a long way to ensuring Kate’s full story will get told. Thank you for everything!

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Multiversity’s fabulous review of SHUTTER #4. Thanks, guys!!

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joekeatinge:

seangregorymiller:

Morning sketch of joekeatinge and assortedfoliage's Shutter…because everyone knows a balanced breakfast includes ghost ninjas.

Cool deal! 

joekeatinge:

seangregorymiller:

Morning sketch of joekeatinge and assortedfoliage's Shutter…because everyone knows a balanced breakfast includes ghost ninjas.

Cool deal! 

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SHUTTER #4 is out today! Featuring more Mikey the platypus, Shaw the in-the-dumps gang leader, and Eckland the jackal assassin who rides a triceratops. (And of course a lot of Kate, too.) Also, there’s a super massive letters column that will take you years to read.

SHUTTER #4 is out today! Featuring more Mikey the platypus, Shaw the in-the-dumps gang leader, and Eckland the jackal assassin who rides a triceratops. (And of course a lot of Kate, too.) Also, there’s a super massive letters column that will take you years to read.

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amyreeder:

Rocket Girl volume 1 comes out in comics stores TODAY!!! Make sure you get yours and hey, one for a friend, too, because it’s only $9.99.
If you live in the NYC area, we will be signing these puppies today at Midtown Comics (their Downtown location) starting at 6:30. And we’ll throw a free print in there for those who get the book!

Can’t wait to get my paws on one of these…

amyreeder:

Rocket Girl volume 1 comes out in comics stores TODAY!!! Make sure you get yours and hey, one for a friend, too, because it’s only $9.99.

If you live in the NYC area, we will be signing these puppies today at Midtown Comics (their Downtown location) starting at 6:30. And we’ll throw a free print in there for those who get the book!

Can’t wait to get my paws on one of these…

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joekeatinge:

Shutter #4! July 9th! Skeletons! Robots! Rat Kids! Ghosts! Poker! Elephant Guns! BANG! BANG! 

Leila del Duca draws it. Owen Gieni colors it. I write it. Ed Brisson letters it. You read it…? FIND OUT ON WEDNESDAY.

P.S.: Just confirmed Shutter, Vol. 1: Wanderlost TP is gonna be coming out in November, collecting #1-6. IMPORTANT NOTICE: This ONLY collects the SHUTTER lead feature so none of the bonus comics, Tiger Lawyers, letters columns, Shea Hennum essays, along with the many other single-issue exclusive perks will be collected. So — PLEASE pre-order the single issues as that’s the one way to GET IT ALL (it also helps us/the series tremendously and we personally love you for it).

Out this Wednesday! Here’s a little preview.

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A little peak of the Shutter trade paperback cover I’m drawing today.

A little peak of the Shutter trade paperback cover I’m drawing today.

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joekeatinge:

My Shutter 4s have arrived, featuring my favorite cover yet (image AND panel border color). Yours in-stores next week!

I must say, I do like that dark earthy green myself…

joekeatinge:

My Shutter 4s have arrived, featuring my favorite cover yet (image AND panel border color). Yours in-stores next week!

I must say, I do like that dark earthy green myself…

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sheahisself:

I just sent joekeatinge the final draft of an essay about Paul Pope’s Heavy Liquid for a forthcoming issue of Shutter.
Here’s a sneak peek. If you’re into that sort of thing.

Wooooo, quite excited to have this in our book.

sheahisself:

I just sent joekeatinge the final draft of an essay about Paul Pope’s Heavy Liquid for a forthcoming issue of Shutter.

Here’s a sneak peek. If you’re into that sort of thing.

Wooooo, quite excited to have this in our book.

(via joekeatinge)

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joekeatinge:

TOMORROW (July 2nd, 2014 — so it might be TODAY when you read this or yesterday or years ago!) brings the release of Tech Jacket #1 the all-new series drawn by kharyrandolph, written by me, colored by David McCaig + Emilio Lopez and lettered by Russ Wooten, published by Image Comics’ Skybound, created by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman and artist EJ Su!

This is Khary and me doing, as he’s put it, “a Saturday Morning cartoon with the budget of Akira.” This is our exponentially more-and-more-out-there science-fiction blockbuster. What happens when the Saturday Morning cartoon blockbuster grows up? We put Zack up against something his Tech Jacket is powerless to do anything about, something bigger than he’s ever dealt with before. Something older than our own galaxy.

This week also sees the release of the tradepaperback containing both the previous work by Kirkman, Aubrey Sitterson and EJ Su and the digital first mini-series Khary and I did. You can enjoy #1 without having ever read a comic book in your life, but if you read the previous work, there’s a lot of ground laid for the year of the sci-fi action book of our dreams to come.

Ever since reading Glory, I’ve been psyched for anything Joe Keatinge writes. I know I’m biased because now I’m drawing for him and doing that is probably my favorite thing in the world right now, but I’m truly excited to see what Joe and his team do with Tech Jacket. Should be a fun ride!

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Got a fresh stack of Shuttuuuuuuuuuuurs. #4 is out next Wednesday the 9th.

Also, here are some sketches I did during Denver Comic Con a few weeks ago. Kate and an old-school Wonder Woman.