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I’m currently wrapping up a project that I’ve been working on with Erik Craddock. The story is a 15 page comic that will appear in an upcoming anthology being printed and distributed by Ape Entertainment about the seven deadly sins; our story is “Envy”. It won’t be released until later this year, but for now I will leave you with this preview of the first “title” page. I’m yet to include dialogue, so it’s up to you to create it for now. Stay tuned for more soon! I’m also working on two other comics as well and I’ll have updates on those titles soon as well. -L

Here’s a preview of a single page spread from issue 2 of “Re-pro-duct”. The second issue is fully written and is almost completely inked, so it won’t be long before you can get your hands on both of the first issues. Each comic is 24pgs, so there’s a lot to see, meet and enjoy! Check them out! Thanks everyone!

Once again you can download our first issue for FREE from the 215Ink App found for the iPad in the iTunes store! ( http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/215-ink/id449585609?mt=8 ) The printed edition of the first issue will be available soon and I will be selling and signing copies at the upcoming Heroes Con in North Carolina!

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One of the things I immediately wanted to change when I joined Comics Bulletin was our design aesthetic. That meant the website on the whole, but I also wanted our logos to have more character and impact. I’m not really a graphic designer, but having no budget meant I couldn’t hire anybody to take on our logos, so I’ve pretty much learned as I’ve grown with the job and even though I would like more time to focus on design, I think that for the most part the column logos I’ve done up have made us stand out, particularly since I hate the obviously “comic book-y” look so many of our peers use; I mean, people get that we cover comics, do we really need to put word balloons and goofy lettering everywhere to drive that point home even more? Anyway, these are some of my favorite logos I’ve done for the site.