The Comic Art of Anson Jew
from San Diego Comic Con, and it was a blast! We premiered "Babes
In Space", which was the hot seller at the table. Also on sale
was Benton's 24 hour comic book "Yeti Hunter", Les Toil's "Casino of Blood,"as
well as Mr. Toil's color prints of "The Seven Deadly Curves", his bevy
of plus-size superheroines. I premiered VICE, my Twilight Zone homage
to great response (it was my personal best seller at the table.)
Both VICE and Babes and Space are now available via this website.
Several people from the comics press came by for a chat, and hopefully, we will be seeing some of that coverage in the upcoming weeks. Benton and I were even interviewed for a documentary about 24 hour comic books.
Did you notice the cool bobble-head? This handsome little fellow was a gift for my 40th birthday. Thanks to Darren, Michelle and Vic for the cool present!
Finally! An update of the site! You can now use this
site to order my comics and sketchbooks through PayPal. You can still
order by mail by sending cash or money order made out to Anson Jew at 4534
Los Feliz Blvd. #202, Los Angeles CA 90027 (note the new address)..
But give the PayPal thing a try. It"s easy.
I recently finished up work on a comic story called "Fly Me to the Moon" featuring my character, Nora Drenalin, Teen Space Ranger. It's for a comics anthology
my brother Benton Jew called "Babes in Space". Order it from this
site! Check out the Babes In Space website
for more information about the book.
I will be selling my stuff at San Diego Comic Con at the "Babes In Space" table in the Small Press section July 22-25, 2004. Come on by and say hello. Benton and contributor Les Toil will also be manning the table.
The first 24 Hour Comics Day took place April 24, 2004
|all over the world. At Earth 2, a comic book store in Sherman Oaks, a dozen or so cartoonists each took pen to paper on a mission to draw their own 24-page comic within a continuous 24-hour period. I managed to finish pencilling my opus "Vice", a tribute to Film Noir and "The Twilight Zone", but was unable to finish inking by the 24-hour mark. Still, I was happy with the results. Perhaps the finished effort will see print sometime soon.|