Last time I was in Brisbane, Stweart was sick with the flew, he did make an appearance on saturday night but only to drive us from the city to the valley.
But i know his work, i picked up Rex Hlwig and liked it a lot, its a shame it only lasted an issue of what seems to be a bigger story, maybe Travis and Stewart will make it a web comic or publish black and white, or even try with phosphorescents comics' creatorline.
Speaking of Phosphoresent, Mckenny worked on the third series of the watch and showed off some of the best art the title has featured (helped by Kwok's colouring). At times the storytelling was a bit too compressed and though there was a bit too much text and dialogue in places the art did shine. i actually prefered the loose cartoony art in issue three to the more generic superhero art in one and two.
Stewart, apparently did some Zero Assasin work, which is something i've been meaning to reread for awhile. But in terms of overseas work, there was the Watch, as well as Star Wars 18 for Dark Horse and as well inks over Eddie campbell's pencil in Captain America 28, 29. i think inking over Eddie's scratchy pencils would strick fear in most people but Stewart did a good job.
i'm not sure what's in store for McKenny but i'll make the effort to find out.
Thursday, April 07, 2005