Issue 20 of Bravest Warriors will be my last issue as series artist - I’m moving on to different and cool projects, some of which are my own! There will be announcements in the very near future about those.
It’s sad, because I loved working on this book and coming up with brand new alien planets and creatures every month. But I’m so glad I got to work with Joey Comeau for the first 12 issues - he really hit a lot of emotional bulls-eyes with these characters and he really got weird with the stories. Also Breehn Burns and Jason Johnson, the team from the actual show, have written scripts that are crazy and hilarious AND are canonical to the show (issues 18-20 tie DIRECTLY to the show’s mythology!). And of course the fill-ins written by Eric Esquivel & Tessa Stone were terrific. Not to mention the awesome colors provided by Lisa Moore & Zack Sterling, and the letters by Steve Wands, and my awesome editor Shannon Watters.
Plus! Ian McGinty is taking over for me as artist, and I love that guy and his art!
Thanks so much to everyone who’s been reading, I can’t wait to tell you what’s coming up next!
opened my suitcase and there he was. Mer said “this is the answer to the game ‘what’s in Mike Holmes’s luggage?’
Thanks again to everyone who ordered a page of original comic art during my sale! For those wondering, all the pages will be mailed by the end of the month, just because I’m moving and all that stuff had been packed up - but it’s getting sent out over the next few days.
dotproblems asked: I bought a Bravest Warriors page from you yesterday but forgot to ask if you could please sign it? :) -Dave
For sure! Thanks for ordering!
I like this chill request, it makes me want to hunt down a Catbug page for this guy
Here’s a new li’l comic strip for when you just want a quick gag without all the bells and whistles. I know what you’re thinking: “Is that a dirty joke?” No. And don’t be gross.
I love Paul’s comics
My cover for Adventure Time #29, out in June!
robotpoliceman2 asked: Hi Mike, who does your colors? Was that something you arranged or did the publisher set that up for you?
If you mean the colors for the Bravest Warriors interiors, they’re done by the amazing Lisa Moore (usually up against some insane deadline). She’s a superhero.
If you’re talking about the Adventure Time covers, I’ve always done my own colors for those.