Comic Book Comics, the six-issue miniseries by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey that retold the history of comic books in comic books, finally gets collected on May 9th in an IDW hardcover trade paperback collection titled The Comic Book History of Comics: The Inspiring, Infuriating, and Utterly Insane Story of the American Comic Book History. ComicsAlliance will be running exclusive p
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On Monday ComicsAlliance previewed five pages from Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey's sixth and final issue of Comic Book Comics, a series distilling the most pivotal moments in sequential art history in a humorous and easy-to-digest context. In today's second exclusive preview from Comic Book Comics #6: Comics of the Future, which arrives in print and in digit
Action Philosophers all-stars Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey have spent the better part of the past few years chronicling a concise history of the comic book industry in their appropriately titled series Comic Book Comics. Much the same way Scott McCloud has used
If you want to grab some value for your sketch-commissioning dollars, keep an eye out in artists alleys for illustrators like Ryan Dunlavey. Aside from his awesome indie work drawing Action Philosophers and Comic Book Comics alongside writer Fred Van Lente, Dunlavey has also contributed gobs of doodles to places like Marvel Comics and Wizard magazine.
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By now, you're probably pretty well acquainted with the art of Ryan Dunlavey. From his rather impressive stint with Fred Van Lente on "Action Philosophers," which I should mention got me through Western Civ 2 in college, to his spot-on nerd party art, the way that man has his way with lines should almost be illegal.
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Artist Ryan Dunlavey ("Comic Book Comics," "M.O.D.O.K.: Dark Reign") has posted a whole series of "just draw everything" commissions for Wizard magazine, most of which involve dozens of comics characters throwing parties and hanging out. There's a Green Lantern/Waldo mashup called "Where's Guy Gardner?", a "Limbo Lounge" full of depart