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Big Dog Ink is proud to announce a new feature for convention appearances: Cosplay Edition Variant Covers. Limited edition, collectible variant covers have become a mainstay of the convention scene. When the family goes to a theme park you buy a collectible key chain or shot glass. When you go to a comic book convention, the variant cover is your must-have take home commemorative item. Cosplayers are also a huge part of the convention scene. Very little beats the thrill of seeing someone so in love with comics that they are inspired to dress up in a costume and wrap themselves in the personae of their favorite character
So what’s a Cosplay Edition Variant you may ask? In short, it’s Big Dog Ink’s way of saying we love our devoted, committed, fanatical, amazing fans who com...Read More
This past Saturday, Jesse James Comics, a premiere comics book store in Glendale, AZ, was invaded by the some of the most outstanding artists and writers out there also known as Big Dog Ink. Set against an abnormally hot September desert, things inside the shop were even hotter (but in the good way). Armed with an arsenal of brilliantly colored banners displaying the best of BDI’s comic creations Ian Snyder, Natali Sanders, Jenevieve Broomall, Wayne Gardiner, as well as writer and publisher Tom Hutchinson came to rock the place.
One thing I noticed right off the bat. This team doesn’t take anything for granted. They were not only more than willing to talk about their creations, they were also visibly engaged with the fans...Read More
It’s been a while since I’ve brought you a Big Dog Ink title and I am super excited to finally share Ursa Minor #2 with all of you! Do y’all remember the premise in this series?
Werewolves kill the president. Vampires step forward to help. Ringing any bells? If not, well then you should have been paying better attention. Heck, y’all should own issue 1 by now. I’m going to leave that up to you though and tell you all about issue 2.
The Good : Tom Hutchinson doesn’t disappoint in his storytelling. In this issue, he gives us hints as to Naomi’s background and fills us in more on the relationships between the different characters...Read More
Oh, Ursa Minor, how much you surprised me. Seriously, when I first heard of you, I didn’t think you would begin to capture my attention or my imagination. I never thought I’d love you. I agreed to look at you because of Ian‘s talent. Imagine my surprise when you hit my inbox and I got lost in your colors and your lines and your story.
Your story of a world where werewolves kill the president and vampires step in to help humanity was one I sighed at. I, like so many others, am tired of the vampires. You, however, are not about vampires. You are about one girl who tries to save us all from them.Read More