Jeffrey Brown

‘Fantastic Four’ #9 Recreated Page by Page with Indie Cartoonists [Art]
‘Fantastic Four’ #9 Recreated Page by Page with Indie Cartoonists [Art]
A couple of weeks ago we showed you a portion of Fantastic Four #9 redrawn by King City creator Brandon Graham. What we didn't realize at the time was that the commissioned piece was just one part of a larger and more ambitious work: The Fantastic Four #9 project, where every page of the classic 1961 issue will be redrawn by a different contemporary artist...
Link Ink: New ‘Green Lantern’ Movie Poster Goes to Oa, ‘Bucko’ Wraps its First Chapter and the Raddest ‘The Muppet Show’ Playset You’ve Ever Seen
Link Ink: New ‘Green Lantern’ Movie Poster Goes to Oa, ‘Bucko’ Wraps its First Chapter and the Raddest ‘The Muppet Show’ Playset You’ve Ever Seen
Movies: Warner Bros. latest Green Lantern movie poster is suitably sprawling. Ryan Reynolds even looks like he's wearing a real domino mask rather than a painted-on CGI one! Upcoming: Following a few delays, it looks like Batwoman from J...
The Incredible Change-Bots Ponder the Joy of Shooting Things with Lasers [Exclusive Comic]
The Incredible Change-Bots Ponder the Joy of Shooting Things with Lasers [Exclusive Comic]
As a fan of the Transformers who once wept big, fat, childhood-scarring tears when Optimus Prime died in the original movie, I've always enjoyed Jeffrey Brown's The Incredible Change-Bots, a parody/paean to the cartoon robots who once so delighted me by turning into construction equipment, eating iridescent cubes, and shooting everything with lasers...
Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Paul is Undead’ Zombie Beatles Want to Hold Your Hand… and Eat It [Art]
Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Paul is Undead’ Zombie Beatles Want to Hold Your Hand… and Eat It [Art]
If you missed the release of author Alan Goldsher's zombie-themed The Beatles parody, Paul is Undead, this past summer you've still got plenty of time to check out his horror-tinged, satirical prose. But what's more? None other than Incredible Change-Bots and Funny Mishappen Boy creator Jeffrey Brown lent his pen to the novel, unleashing all manner of gore upon Goldsher's supernatural retelling of
MONSTERS Project: Jeffrey Brown Draws a Caffeine-Powered Frankenstein
MONSTERS Project: Jeffrey Brown Draws a Caffeine-Powered Frankenstein
The MONSTERS Project continues with a piece of original art by Jeffrey Brown, the indie creator best known for his work on "Clumsy," "Incredible Change-Bots," and most recently, "Undeleted Scenes." He illustrated an image of a modern Frankenstein's monster who finds himself brought to life by something darker and more powerful than anything the novel imagined: coffee
Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Incredible Change-Bots’
Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Incredible Change-Bots’
Top Shelf Productions is one of my absolute favorite publishers in comics. I can't believe that it's their 10th anniversary, which is quite the accomplishment. I was looking around their website the other day when something caught my eye. We've been talking about the impending Transformers movie quite a bit, but The Incredible Change-Bots by Jeffrey Brown takes us back to a time when robots in dis