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This week’s Friday Frame is from Drama by Raina Telgemeier! Can you spot the future graphic novelist?
Read more about Drama and Raina’s other books here!
This week’s Friday Frame is from Drama by Raina Telgemeier! Can you spot the future graphic novelist?
Read more about Drama and Raina’s other books here!

This week’s Friday Frame is from Drama by Raina Telgemeier! Can you spot the future graphic novelist?

Read more about Drama and Raina’s other books here!

Two Questions and a Picture: Nathan Fox

For today’s two questions and a picture feature, we’re featuring Nathan Fox, the illustrator of the graphic novel Dogs of War. Learn more about Nathan here!

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Question 1: What’s your favorite emotion to draw?

NF: Perplexed/Stunned/Confused/Befuddled…

Question 2: Do you write/sketch/paint with music on?

NF: Most of the time. When the music is off, I’ve usually forgotten what time it is but still have my headphones on from when the music was playing. Music helps get into whatever zone and frame of mind or genre I need to for a story. Especially on Dogs of War. Very distinct times and wars. The music from those eras really helped keep me motivated and my imagination in that time period and tone.

…and, true to form, here’s a picture of Nathan working with his headphones on!

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Read more about Dogs of War here!

We’re getting a little meta for this week’s Friday Frame… From Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000 comes this scene of George and Harold reading Sidekicks by Dan Santat!
We’re getting a little meta for this week’s Friday Frame… From Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000 comes this scene of George and Harold reading Sidekicks by Dan Santat!

We’re getting a little meta for this week’s Friday Frame… From Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000 comes this scene of George and Harold reading Sidekicks by Dan Santat!

We’re so excited about the Tribute Edition of BONE #1 by Jeff Smith (coming February 2015)! Check out that dapper cover!
And click here for a refresher on some of the incredibly talented artists who will be contributing to the edition!
We’re so excited about the Tribute Edition of BONE #1 by Jeff Smith (coming February 2015)! Check out that dapper cover!
And click here for a refresher on some of the incredibly talented artists who will be contributing to the edition!

We’re so excited about the Tribute Edition of BONE #1 by Jeff Smith (coming February 2015)! Check out that dapper cover!

And click here for a refresher on some of the incredibly talented artists who will be contributing to the edition!

Big news! Raina Telgemeier’s graphic novelizations of The Baby-sitters Club are coming back… in color! Here are the covers!

The interiors will be colored by Brandon Lamb, who also did the coloring for Sisters!

Get more info at Raina’s website here!

This week’s Friday Frame is from the just released Bird & Squirrel on Iceby James Burks!
This week’s Friday Frame is from the just released Bird & Squirrel on Iceby James Burks!

This week’s Friday Frame is from the just released Bird & Squirrel on Iceby James Burks!

A big happy book birthday to jamesburksart's Bird & Squirrel On Ice!
Learn more about Bird and Squirrel’s latest adventure here!
A big happy book birthday to jamesburksart's Bird & Squirrel On Ice!
Learn more about Bird and Squirrel’s latest adventure here!

A big happy book birthday to jamesburksart's Bird & Squirrel On Ice!

Learn more about Bird and Squirrel’s latest adventure here!

jamesburksart:

One of the things I try to do in my work is bring a sense of action/movement. This helps bring the characters and their world to life. Here’s a rough sketch of Bird and Squirrel trying to fly through a blizzard. I wanted to show them being blown in all directions.
jamesburksart:

One of the things I try to do in my work is bring a sense of action/movement. This helps bring the characters and their world to life. Here’s a rough sketch of Bird and Squirrel trying to fly through a blizzard. I wanted to show them being blown in all directions.

jamesburksart:

One of the things I try to do in my work is bring a sense of action/movement. This helps bring the characters and their world to life. Here’s a rough sketch of Bird and Squirrel trying to fly through a blizzard. I wanted to show them being blown in all directions.

jamesburksart:

Flying through a blizzard is always exciting and a perfect way to open a story with lots of snow and ice. #birdandsquirrelonice
jamesburksart:

Flying through a blizzard is always exciting and a perfect way to open a story with lots of snow and ice. #birdandsquirrelonice

jamesburksart:

Flying through a blizzard is always exciting and a perfect way to open a story with lots of snow and ice. #birdandsquirrelonice