Monday, July 16, 2007

Lazarus #1 comes out from Shadowline and image comics , October 17th, check some of the first pages.
It's a 3 issue miniseries, written by Diego Cortes and myself, with art by me!







10 comments:

hemaworst said...

dARN I FOUND YOUR BLOG DOING A IMAGE SEARCVH ON GOOGLE , YOU MADE THAT BLUE PRIEST WITH GLASS IN LEAD AURA?
oops caps lock.

it is magnificent , now i am browzing through your data , is there a way where in the Netherlands i can buy your work ?
You have a moebius corto maltese way of scribbling i love it.

Juan Ferreyra said...

Thanks for your comments!

you can buy my original art right here

http://www.comiconart.com/JEFerreyra.html

or I dont know if you can buy my image or Drak horse comics, Rex Mundi from dark Horse or Lazarus from image comis or Small Gods (tpb) also in French from Delcourt

or you can check my stuff here too

http://www.comicspace.com/juan_ferreyra/

or you can e-mail me at jeferreyra@Hotmail.com

Hemaworstje said...

tx man i will get back to you.

Jovan Sekuloski said...

Fantastic work. I'm instant fan.
www.jovan-macedonia.blogspot.com

n said...

la verdá q me gusta tanto q produzcan tanto y q salieran con el diego en la voz del 23 de agosto q acá también dejo mis agradecimientos y espero q para adelante siga habiendo mucho más de todo esto,
se vemo,
naihloan

Juan Ferreyra said...

thanks and gracias guys and muchachos

Jim Di Bartolo said...

Hey Juan!!

I hope this Lazarus mini is a huge success for you man. It looks creepy and very nicely done.

Hope you're well & sorry you weren't able to make it to San Diego this year, BUT I hear congrats are in order for you and the new Mrs. Ferreyra!

All best!
Jim

Alejandra Márquez said...

Que buen color!!
Te dejo mis saludos y felicitaciones a vos y a Diego Cortès como guionista.
Voy a seguirlos de cerca, a ver como va esta creaciòn en la tierras de Image.

Besos desde Buenos Aires

barb michelen said...

look this is the "diet" i told you about you should really enter the site :) bye enter the site

Marcelo Frusin said...

que buena idea la de la luz roja rota del auto! le dio una onda barbara a la iluminacion...
un abrazo Juan!