NICK PITARRA DRAWS KRANG FROM NINJA TURTLES (via IDW’s solidications)
Nick Pitarra makes his debut as a Morning Glory Academy security officer. This will end well:
From Manhattan Projects #6 by Hickman/Pitarra.
(for some reason the Soviet Union is littered with graffiti featuring the names of comics arists like Joe Eisma, Ryan Stegman, and, in this case, Riley Rossmo).
Just be, asshole….
yeeeeeeeees! An amazing reference used on an amazing artist! I just love getting all the jokes.
The Manhattan Projects, written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Nick Pitarra is a smart, horrific, and delightfully quirky comic book. The appellation ”different than anything else on comic store shelves,” gets thrown around a lot. Hell, I’ve probably used it a few times myself….
From Manhattan Projects #7 by Hickman/Pitarra.
(I think Harry S Truman is my favorite character in this, but it’s tough to decide)
With Moebius passing this weekend and so many heartfelt tributes it has been more obvious than ever just how influential his work is.
This week I picked up the King City TPB and the first issue of The Manhattan Projects, looking at these books on my coffee table as I heard the news it struck me just how strong Moebius influence is on much of the work that excites me today.