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Sloane Leong On ‘Clutch,’ Colors And Creating [Interview]

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One of the true joys of comics is that, if you're willing to stroll around the medium, you inevitably encounter new work that makes you feel like you opened the door to the wrong house and made yourself comfortable before realizing your mistake. Artist Sloane Leong's comics have been hitting me that way for awhile, but it wasn't until the increasingly prolific creator and contributing colorist on comics including Prophet, Change and Sabertooth Swordsman's latest solo release that I could pinpoint why her evolving style resonated so well. It's the mystery. Available to read in its entirety at Vice and as a paid download on Gumroad, Clutch is a haunting black-and-white short that takes place as much on the page as in a reader's psyche. ComicsAlliance got in touch with Leong to get some insights into her latest work, her approach to creating and why sometimes the best coloring is no coloring.

 

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Image Comics’ ‘Change’ is a Triumph of Controlled Chaos

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Change is the new book from Image Comics by the team of Ales Kot, Sloane Leong, Morgan Jeske, and Ed Brisson. It is the story of loosely associated individuals working against a Lovecraftian apocalypse that threatens to overtake Los Angeles and turn it into New Atlantis...

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‘Ahoy, Booty!’ To Put The ‘Butt’ In ‘Buttzine’ [Preview]

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Could 2012 go down as The Year of The Butt Comic? Following the release of Pokébutts by Lindsey Morris, comes Ahoy, Booty! vol. 1, a 50-page zine curated by Lainey Diamond and Emily Partridge focusing all kinds of attention on the human posterior. How m...

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Sloane Leong Draws Ladies With Scars And Swords–Including ‘Kill Bill: The Next Generation’ [Art]

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After the events of Kill Bill, Sofie Fatale adopts Vernita Green's daughter and trains her to take revenge on the Bride. Quentin Tarantino plans to make that movie many, many years down the line, but if he ever decides to write the comic adventures of the Kill Bill universe, Sloane Leong already has character designs on hand for Nikki Bell and B.B. Kiddo. She also has plenty of other katana-wielding ladies decked out in bruises and Band-Aids.

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