If you're a fan of Geof Darrow, whose intricate line and detailed backgrounds have fascinated readers as well as his fellow illustrators for years, you might know that the Hard Boiled artist has previously never produced a sketchbook. He's decided to rectify that, as the artist has announced DMFAO, a collection of various illustrations, which he'll be selling exclusively at his booth at this year's Comic-Con.

Darrow announced the book on his blog:

At the San Diego Comic-Con this year, I will be selling my first-ever book of drawings. It will be a mix of covers and drawings I've done for conventions that I could probably not print elsewhere and illos I have done for Dark Horse Presents. I hope if you come to SDCC you will drop by my booth, which is Booth #5000, and take a look.

 

The most famous collection of Darrow's art is likely still La Cité Feu, an assortment of prints from him and Moebius, released in 1984. Darrow's comic work can be infrequent, but he's had a recent resurgence of sorts, producing new Shaolin Cowboy stories as well as covers for Marvel's Deadpool. He's also posted some new art online, including this Simpsons/Futurama mash-up:

 

For more, head over to his blog.

[Via Robot 6]