Frazer Irving is the denizen of the dark, the disturbing, and the diabolical in comic book illustration. From his earliest work in Britain's 2000AD to his breakthrough contributions with Wildstorm, Dark Horse, and Marvel Comics, Irving is widely known for his iconic work on DC Comics titles such as Klarion: The Witch Boy, Azrael: Death's Dark Knight, and most recently, Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne and Batman and Robin. An award-winning illustrator who has collaborated with the likes of John Wagner, Grant Morrison, and Matt Fraction, Irving is also behind the creator-owned Image series Gutsville with Simon Spurrier. When not performing with his London-based band, this true Modern Master is hard at work redefining and challenging the boundaries of comic art with his innovative digital techniques and style. Now, Nathan Wilson and Eric Nolen-Weathington examine Irving's career through an exhaustive interview with the artist, where he outlines his creative process, and presents reams of rare and unseen art, including a gallery of commissioned pieces, and a full-color gallery of his work. Come with us as we shine the light on another master of modern comic art: Frazer Irving!hen I discovered Frazer Irvinga#39;s work in aquot;Necronauts, aquot; his first of several collaborations with writer Gordon Rennie, I remember ... Often (not too often but often enough to sting) in the past, as a comic book writer, Ia#39;ve seen stories stripped ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Frazer Irving, Eric Nolen-Weathington, Nathan Wilson|
|Publisher||:||TwoMorrows Publishing - 2011|