Dead Man’s Hand cometh
We’re in the home stretch for the newest anthology to come out of the Rio Blanco cartooning community. Masterminded by CCS seniors Chris Warren and Morgan Pielli, it’s called Dead Man’s Hand. Here’s a little snippet from their press release
The Old West comes alive in the new comix anthology â€œDead Manâ€™s Hand!â€White River Junction, VT, 9/25/2007 â€” This year at SPX; talented cartoonists and comic book artists collaborate to bring you a collection of Wild West tales! Tree Fort Press proudly presents Dead Manâ€™s Hand, a collection of Old West comics. Stories range from humorous takes on the cowboy clichÃ©s to gritty dramas that tackle the pitfalls of frontier life. The contributors are cartoonists from all over the Northeast, and include such luminaries as the legendary S. R. Bissette (Swamp Thing, Tyrant), mystery novelist Sarah Stewart Taylor (O Artful Death, Still As Death) and acclaimed web cartoonist Cayetano Garza (Magic Inkwell). Dead Manâ€™s Hand debuts at this yearâ€™s Small Press Expo.
Gunslingers, gangs and girls. The Old West comes alive in Dead Manâ€™s Hand.
Here’s an image from one of my contributions…
it’s too bad halftoned stuff doesn’t look great online. i guess that’s just
another reason why you should buy the dead tree version…
I’m working with Bryan Stone, who not only generously agreed to collaborate with me (taking over inking chores), but also drew the cover for the book. We’re chronicling the adventures of DON CACAHUATE and his horse PALO VERDE. The strips are direct adaptations from tales of an authentic Frontera folk hero. He’s the El Paso version of Pecos Bill. If you’re planning to be at SPX you should definitely try to snag a copy of this book!