Friday, 25 November 2011

James Newell repanels "Now I Can Die Easy" from B. Krigstein Comics

Original panel from "Now I can die easy", story by Unknown (Hillman
Periodicals), art by Bernie Krigstein, restored by Greg Sadowski, from
B. Krigstein Comics, Fantagraphics Books.
Repaneled by James Newell, with Steve Guttenberg from "Cornered!", Ted
Danson from "Getting Even with Dad", Tom Seleck from "An Innocent Man",
baby stock photo was left on by doorstep by a Stork.

Friday, 24 June 2011

Peter Falk, passed away today at the age of 83

Peter Falk, passed away today at the age of 83, he will be mostly
remembered for his brilliant portrayal of the TV detective Lt. Columbo.
"just one more thing", some more drawings

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

"it was Halloween" illustrations

3 pages from the book "it was Halloween" 5 year old Cormac Roberts is the author and illustrations by myself James Newell
the book can be read online here:

Sunday, 10 April 2011

it was halloween

5 year old Cormac Roberts is the author of "it was Halloween" drawings by James Newell, enjoy!

the book can also be purchased at he following link:

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

James Newell repanels The Black Hole Mission from 2000 AD #557

"repaneled" posted my effort details below:
Original panel (original publication scan in black & white)
This is Hammerstein and Terri from The ABC Warriors, story The
Black Hole Mission, originally published in the British comic 2000ad
Prog. 557 in 1988.
Created and written by Pat Mills (He is a comic GOD) and drawing by
Simon Bisley (this series was Simon's first professional comic work and
it pretty much blew my mind).

Friday, 7 January 2011

[Fwd: dot screen test]

this is a tonel dot screen test and the origional penciling of a
character i drew for the Hibernia Comics "Tales from the Emerald Isle" a
2000ad inspired comic fanzine,
writing credit on the character goes out to Shaun Avery.
never had the time in the end to render the story in this way due
to the deadline, so i went with the pencil's in the end.

Saturday, 1 January 2011

. . . illustration, design & publications by james newell