The odds are pretty good that you're already familiar with the art of Les McClaine, whether it's as the creator of the webcomic an artist for the Axe Cop TV show, the co-creator of The Middleman, the artist of The Tick: New Series, or any of his other work as a comic artist and illustrator. If that's the case, you're no doubt already aware that he's one of the most talented artists around, able to shift between multiple styles with each being as fantastic as the last.
But you know what? It's never the wrong time to take a look at some of his amazing work, and if you're one of the poor souls who doesn't already know how beautiful his work is, you're in luck! Check out a few selections from his portfolio below!
Five years after more or less concluding its run as a comic-book-turned-TV-show-turned-comic-book, writer Javier Grillo-Marxauch and artist Les McClaine are reuiniting for a brand new adventure bringing together both the original Viper Comics version of The Middleman and its TV counterpart thanks to a successful Indiegogo campaign.
If you've been following Les McClaine's blog -- and you should be -- then you already know that over the past two months, the artist of The Middleman and The Tick has been doing something amazing. In an incredible panoramic piece of art called Mayhem at the Manor, McClaine has been telling
The Eisner and Harvey-winning cartoonist behind such works as Same Difference and Other Stories, The Eternal Smile (with Gene Luen Yang) and Good As Lily (with Jesse Hamm), Derek Kirk Kim is expanding his creative repertoire
It's getting to be that time of year when you can hardly turn around without running into someone in the middle of a monologue about "the true meaning of Christmas." Thing is, comics are a medium that support the viewpoint that escapism is an okay thing to have once in a while
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