Travel Foreman will be moving on from Buddy Baker’s ethereal adventures in The Rot, but ANIMAL MAN remains in good hands with artist Steve Pugh taking over illustration duties. Pugh is no stranger to Animal Man’s adventures, having drawn an extensive run of the character’s original series in the 1990s.
With Jesus Saiz resurrected as Mitch Shelley’s ongoing illustrator, the BIRDS OF PREY need an artist up to the challenge of depicting Gotham City’s finest female fighters. Fresh from The Rot in ANIMAL MAN, artist Travel Foreman takes on urban decay alongside Black Canary, Batgirl, Katana, Poison Ivy and Starling. Beginning with issue #9 in May, the Birds face Talon and the Court of Owls in the epic “Night of the Owls” Bat-family crossover.
Wish you could have your very own ANIMAL MAN T-shirt like the one pictured here in ANIMAL MAN issue #7 written by Jeff Lemire with art by Steve Pugh based on the cover to ANIMAL MAN issue #1 by Travel Foreman?
This afternoon, MAXIM.COM published their exclusive preview of the second issue of ANIMAL MAN, the critically acclaimed and fan favorite title from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. ANIMAL MAN #2, written by Jeff Lemire and illustrated by Travel Foreman, goes on sale tomorrow. Haven’t picked up ANIMAL MAN yet? Check out what the critics have been saying: On ANIMAL MAN:
Earlier this morning, you saw Travel Foreman’s pencilled art for pages #9-12 of ANIMAL MAN #1. Below, see how he layered ink over these pages to provide new depth to the visual elements of the book. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]