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Baugh, lead developer on Adventure!, says of Evil
Hat Productions'Spirit of the Century RPG, "It
is a beautiful little volume, well-written, entertainingly illustrated,
and full of the fun." Order your copy from Indie
Press Revolution or Lulu.
their reviews of Evil
Hat Productions'Spirit of the Century RPG on RPGnet
C. Ansell comments, "...with solid art... The cover is
especially cool-looking," and Christopher
W. Richeson says, "Small pieces of art centered around
signature characters from the product are very evocative and well
done, adding to the already substantial pulp feel of SotC."
Comic Book Bin says, "The art of St. Pierre fits the fantasy
genre perfectly! ... the artist has a developed style of illustration
that makes demons, swordsmen, and spider queens look fabulous,"
in his review of Grafenveer #2.
Comic Book Show, The Holiday Inn, Nashua, NH. Picked up Monkey
in a Wagon vs. Lemur on a Big Wheel: Crisis With Infinite Critters
from Chris Moreno, caught up with Greg Moutafis, and picked up some
copies of Zombie Boy from neighbor Michael Mitchell. Photos
at the Syracuse
Heroes Expo, Holiday Inn Convention Center, Liverpool, NY.
Debuted Christian N, St. Pierre: Sketchbook vol. 1 at this
brand new convention. Thanks to Caffeinated Lifestyle for the
Pringles and hot sauce, B. Robert Bell for Cobalt Warrior Angel
#0, and Rens for not really eating the crow. Photos coming soon.
waiting a long time for a game that scratches my pulp itch. And
this ... it's got a **** gorilla flying a **** biplane. Damn,
that's pulpy! If this were a carton of orange juice, it'd be solid
pulp. How can I resist?"-dumnbunny
Appeared at Fan
Expo Canada: Canadian National Comic Book Expo, Metro Toronto
Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Kiss Me Comix, Loo
Bot, the Kociuba brothers, Jim Su, and Kilrush Studios have all
released more terrific new books and prints since we saw them last
year. Thanks to neighbors Stortz & Associates, Inc. and the
Previews crew for the company and entertainment.
Appeared at Wizard
World Chicago, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont,
IL. Shared books, ideas, and stories with fellow HeroTalk
members Joe R. Currie, Derrell Spicy, Aminah Armour, Leconte Tucker,
Jeremy Travis, Derwin Alexander, Whitney Barber, and Stanley Weaver
at the Strictly Underground table, X-Moor's Robert Garrett and Eric
Diaz, and Bart A. Thompson of Approbation Comics. "Father of
the Black Age" Turtel Onli provided inspiration and information.
For more Wizard World Chicago comments and photos visit this "Chicago
Wiz World Jump Off!!!!!!" thread on the HeroTalk Forum. Click
for my photos.
Stefan Haas, Alex
Haas, Robert Weiman, and Ron Miller of Indy
Comic Review each give Grafenveer #1 "3 out of
5 stars." Read their reviews here.
Watch for their review of Grafenveer #2 within the next
30-July 2, 2006-
Convention, Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC. Special
thanks to Greg Moutafis of Preemo Comics for sharing convention
stories, advice, and support. Compared artist alley notes with neighbors
Pao Xiong and John Etienne. Thanks to Terence Sykes and Derrick
Eason of Water-Horse Entertainment, and Shane Robinson for their
latest comics. Was honored to contribute a marker drawing to the
HeroesCon annual Art Auction, which brought in $100 for the cause.
Appeared at Wizard
World Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia,
PA. Was busy at the table sketching and meeting new Graf fans, but
managed to get away long enough to see the latest offerings from
Geek Boy Press, Buddy Scalera, Kensuke Okabayashi, and Summ Publications.
Thanks to Yumy Odom and Maurice Waters from ECBACC
for stopping by. Special thanks to Mel and Paul for their interest
Dresden Files RPG artwork. Click here
Appeared at The
5th Annual East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC),
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA supporting Grafenveer.
Grafenveer #2 had its official launch at Saturday's convention.
Thanks to Turtel Onli, Prof. William H. Foster III, Yumy Odom, Maurice
Waters, Omar Bilal, John Jennings, Eric Battle, Andrew Willis, Wil
Barron, Rich Watson, Tony Isabella, Trevor von Eeden, Paris Cullins,
Joseph R. Wheeler III, Masheka Wood, and the ECBACC volunteers and
staff. ECBACC 2006 was my most successful appearance so far- not
just in sales, but in meeting comics fans, making new friends, and
connecting with old ones. Visit this HeroTalk
v2 forum post for photos and reflections on ECBACC 2006 as well
as Rich Watson's blog
Appeared at the
Comicon, Monroeville, PA supporting Grafenveer. Had
great neighbors in Kensuke Okabayashi and Scott Ethan Ambruson.
Appeared at The
Comic Book Show, The Holiday Inn, Nashua, NH supporting Grafenveer.
Spent some time catching up with T.J. May of SUMM Publications and
picked up a copy of their latest title Catching Lucifer's Lunch.
Thanks to all the fans who had nice comments about the finished
artwork from Grafenveer #2 (shipping in May) and the pencils
from Grafenveer #3.
Thanks to Steven Grant
for including Grafenveer in the April 5 edition of Permanent
Damage in Comic Book Resources.
Appeared at the New
York Comic-Con, Jacob Javits Center, New York, NY supporting
Grafenveer. Grafenveer #1 sold out! Thanks to everyone
for the positive feedback on the book and my artwork. Click here
to order at the counter of all Borders and Waldenbooks locations
throughout the United States. Read the details from Buzzscope here.
for the Grafenveer series:
"Christian St. Pierre is a real rising star illustrator.
His dark vision and creativity is reminiscent of early Berni Wrightson.
Keep an eye on this guy because he's drawing stuff that will scare
the crap out of you." Buddy
“ I really enjoy
reading this story! With Grafenveer’s three dimensional
characters, stark artwork, and stirring dialog, I can hardly wait
until the next issue to see where it all takes me!” Prof.
William H. Foster III
Comic Book Historian
I would like to thank
both Buddy and Prof. Foster for their continued support and encouragement.