I can’t believe I forgot to mention this.
The HELSING: THE DARKNESS AND THE LIGHT trade came out yesterday. Despite the added subtitle, it collects the regular Helsing #1-4 issues. 
This is my favorite of all of the work I’ve done with the exception of Robyn Hood. I’m very proud of the story collected here as well as the art team that made it more beautiful than I pictured it could’ve been.
And speaking of that team:
THE WRITES: MeTHE ARTS: Tony BresciniTHE COLORS: Fran Gamboa & JC RuizTHE FLASHBACKS: Andres EsparzaTHE LETTERS: Jim Campbell

I can’t believe I forgot to mention this.

The HELSING: THE DARKNESS AND THE LIGHT trade came out yesterday. Despite the added subtitle, it collects the regular Helsing #1-4 issues. 

This is my favorite of all of the work I’ve done with the exception of Robyn Hood. I’m very proud of the story collected here as well as the art team that made it more beautiful than I pictured it could’ve been.

And speaking of that team:

THE WRITES: Me
THE ARTS: Tony Brescini
THE COLORS: Fran Gamboa & JC Ruiz
THE FLASHBACKS: Andres Esparza
THE LETTERS: Jim Campbell

Over the next day or so, I’ll post the individual solicits for what I’m working on. This is for ROBYN HOOD #4, titled ROBYN HOOD & RED RIDING HOOD: CITY LIGHTS. I want to see if I can actually get the RH/RRH logo on the title for these issues instead of having it just as a title, because Red really is a co-lead with Robyn and Marian here, but we’ll see.
This is Tony Brescini’s first issue on the series, and man oh man.
Also, only four issues in and it’s another jumping on point! So jump on! It’ll be in Previews in a few weeks, and the issue itself will be released in November.

Over the next day or so, I’ll post the individual solicits for what I’m working on. This is for ROBYN HOOD #4, titled ROBYN HOOD & RED RIDING HOOD: CITY LIGHTS. I want to see if I can actually get the RH/RRH logo on the title for these issues instead of having it just as a title, because Red really is a co-lead with Robyn and Marian here, but we’ll see.

This is Tony Brescini’s first issue on the series, and man oh man.

Also, only four issues in and it’s another jumping on point! So jump on! It’ll be in Previews in a few weeks, and the issue itself will be released in November.

tonybrescini:

Helsing #4 hits stores today!
Written by Pat Shand, drawn by me with flashbacks by Andres Esparza, colored by Fran Gamboa and JC Ruiz, lettered by Jim Campbell and edited by Nicole Glade.

HELSING #4, the finale, is in stores today!

tonybrescini:

Helsing #4 hits stores today!

Written by Pat Shand, drawn by me with flashbacks by Andres Esparza, colored by Fran Gamboa and JC Ruiz, lettered by Jim Campbell and edited by Nicole Glade.

HELSING #4, the finale, is in stores today!

HELSING #2, coming this month, has a giant vampire battle, mysterious flashbacks, a world-spanning story, murder, and mayhem…

But first, let her take a selfie.

(Written by me, art by Tony Brescini, colors by Fran Gamboa, edited by Nicole Glade, lettered by Jim Campbell.)

Whew! Finally, a preview of HELSING #1! This is one I’m realllllly proud of, and it comes out Wednesday.

Let’s make Helsing the next Robyn Hood!

Written by me.
Artwork by Tony Brescini
Colors by Fran Gamboa
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade
Flashback art by Andres Esparza

HELSING #3 cover by Mike S. Miller.

HELSING #3 cover by Mike S. Miller.

A sneak peek at a few panels from HELSING #1, written by me with art by Tony Brescini and colors by Fran Gamboa!

A sneak peek at a few panels from HELSING #1, written by me with art by Tony Brescini and colors by Fran Gamboa!

davidayllon:

Something I can cross off my bucket list: thanks to the incredible Pat Shand, I had the opportunity to do an illustration for his Zenescope Entertainment comic book Suckers! You can buy the issue here.I’ve always wanted to draw for comic books, so thank you thank you thank you for making my dreams come true.

Check out David Ayllon's cool-as-heck pin-up from SUCKERS #4!

davidayllon:

Something I can cross off my bucket list: thanks to the incredible Pat Shand, I had the opportunity to do an illustration for his Zenescope Entertainment comic book Suckers! You can buy the issue here.

I’ve always wanted to draw for comic books, so thank you thank you thank you for making my dreams come true.

Check out David Ayllon's cool-as-heck pin-up from SUCKERS #4!