Doctor Fate Covers, issue 1-5
And some for Boom Studios below :)
Variant Cover for Roger Langridge’s Abigail and the Snowman
Cover for Jim Henson’s Storyteller: Witches anthology
Variant cover for Americatown
A short comic that appeared in the Summer 2015 edition of Art Review Asia :)
Spoke to a a few folks about both books:
And here are some reviews:
The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye:
Covers for the new Dr. Fate series from DC Comics, written by Paul Levitz. I’m handling cover and interior art, with Lee Louhridge on colors, Nick J. Napolitano lettering, edited by Brian Cunningham, Andy Khouri and Amedeo Turturro :)
Issue #1 is out on June 17th!
This image was cropped for the solicits due to sensitivity over the Germanwings tragedy.
There’s rain. Lot’s of rain :p
The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye Book Launch
The international edition of the book will be released by Pantheon Books in 2016, but readers in Singapore and Malaysia can get a copy now at all good bookstores, as well as online from Epigram Books.
“Unique and unprecedented… a masterpiece.”
— Mike Carey, Lucifer, The Unwritten, The Girl with All the Gifts
“A joy to read. Sonny Liew masterfully weaves the history of Singapore with the history of comics into something you’ve never experienced before.”
— Gene Luen Yang, American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints
“If this series treats Khalid’s journey into becoming Doctor Fate with the same care and thoughtful consideration that Levitz and Liew are implying in this short chapter, then we will have a very meaningful and important book on our hands.” – Comicosity.com
The Singaporean/Malaysian edition of The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye is available for online orders from Epigram Books:
(International buyers can get the Pantheon Books edition in 2016, with a French and Italian edition also due out around the same time.)
A review meanwhile from the Malaysian Reserve:
“[O]ne of, if not the best, comic books in the past five years. We’re not just talking regionally, but maybe across the globe… a labour of love and a triumph of storytelling that transcends any medium. Definitely a must-read.”
Here’s a picture meanwhile of my mom and dad at the recent Kinokuniya KLCC launch!
Thanks to everyone who showed up at the event :) For those interested in Malaysian comics, do check out Maple Comics.