Wednesday, May 23, 2007

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Ant-man #8 came out today, which is the second of two fill-in issues I did on the series. SO, I drew Visioneer, Eri...uh, Derek Sullivan's new love interest. She can't fly, but whatever. Anybody pick up the book?

19 comments:

j_ay said...

Cool stuff, Cory. My comic shop (here in Zurich) gets shipments bi-weekly, so I’ll grab mine next Friday. Looking forward to it. No doubt.

Anjin-san said...

Hi from Spain,I preorder the issue and I suppose the comic shop gets it in two weeks by now or less.

Tom said...

I picked the book up yesterday. It looks great and it was an enjoyable read too!

So what can we expect to see next from you on the shelves?

Great sketch too, all your recent posts have been kick ass!

~J said...

I picked up both issues. Can't wait to see what you're doing next.

Leonardo Finocchi said...

I'd like to see it, but I think that it'll never come to Brazil.

El Vlasco said...

I will go to pick up today from my comic shop!!!
grettings from Mexico

Lord Arthur Smith said...

Hello Mr Walker, greetings from Great Britain.
Thoroughly cosmopolitan website you have here old chap! Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Germany, Canada, USA and Graet Britain, but to name a few i'm sure.
Picked up my Antman today, rather spiffing artwork. Perhaps you can persuade the scallywag Mr. Kirkman to let you fill in again sometime.
Off to meet the Queen for tea now, toodle-pip my dear fellow.

Jaque du Fromage said...

Bonjour Mesuior Walker.
J' adore your, (how do you say) comeek art?
Yoo iz a trooo greeeet arteest, like our very own Vincent Van Gogh, but you 'ave 2 ears and no ginger hair.
In France, we eet 'orses for breekfast, do you?
orivoir mon ami... Viva la Gambit!

chrishaley said...

The only thing I didn't like about your run on Ant-Man was that it was so short.
That scene at the end of the issue where Visoneer breaks into Eric's apartment may have been the first time in my young life that I was that taken by a comic book lady.
So, good job.

Chris said...

When are you going to do a run on a book? You're the tits, Cory.

Anonymous said...

LOVED YOUR TWO ISSUES! he's such a scumbag but i can't tell you what a different take it is on the average book out there, thats why i'm digging it so much. great artwork from start to finish, the pawn shop, black fox, the damge guys, i'd read that book if you were drawing it!!!!! dusty

James said...

Severely badass issue of Ant-Man, Corey. Loved it. Do we know what you're doing next, or is it top secret?

Neil Hill said...

Have yet to read it, but I sure as heck DID pick it up, sir! :-)

Very cool sketch btw!

Connor Willumsen said...

picked up ant-man, looked great Cory, particularly the pawn shop guy and the Visioneer's expressions

literacysuks1 said...

I read the issue today and it was great as always. My favorite parts were Eric (Derek?)'s goofy smile on his fake drivers license being the same one he was making to the lady at the damage control office and his freakish grin when he said "I'll be keeping twenty percent". It sucks to see your run on the slaying mantis end but if Kirkman isn't a dirty liar it looks like you'll be working on something else for me to spend money on.

Also can I get an award for having the longest comment?

Jason said...

Cory - your run on Ant-Man was the opposite of Shit-town.

Also, where can I get a right lamp of doom?

Neil Hill said...

Okay, read your latest Ant-Man issue, Cory. Your artwork was intense and deceptively understated- allowing the colors to tell the story as much as the artwork (well done). I enjoyed it quite a bit!

'Beat' Nick said...

I sure as hell read it. Great stuff as usual from Kirkman. And I've really been loving your art on these fill-in issues. It's just my personal preference, I know, but I'm going to be deeply disappointed once Phil Hester takes over again! The comic biz needs to be giving you some more regular exposure, ah reckons.

Anonymous said...

I loved the issue, Cory! Every panel seemed to have something creatively inspiring to it. I love your attention to detail. -Derek Hunter