CBR is proud to announce the launching of COMIC BLOG TATTOO, a brand new workblog for “Comic Book Tattoo,” the forthcoming Image Comics anthology of new stories based on the music of Tori Amos. The comic book equivalent of an all-access pass to one of Amos’ concerts, COMIC BLOG TATTOO will document the behind-the-scenes process of creating stories for the 500-page deluxe-packaged book, with exclusive artwork, script pages and commentary from numerous writers, artists and other contributors, including a few surprises. Additionally, readers are invited to discuss the project with its creators on our new Comic Book Tattoo Forum.
COMIC BLOOG TATTOO can be accessed directly by visiting www.comicblogtattoo.com.
Set to debut at Comic-Con International in San Diego, “Comic Book Tattoo” is overseen by editor Rantz Hoseley as well as Amos herself, and features some of comics’ brightest talents including David Mack, Mike Dringenberg, Jonathan Hickman, Carla Speed McNeil, Laurenn McCubbin, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Ivan Brandon, Callum Watt, Neil Kleid, Christopher Mitten, Elzabeth Genco, Chris Arrant, and Daniel Heard just to name A FEW, all turning in new work based on the songs of Tori Amos.
COMIC BLOG TATTOO’s first entry comes from Rantz Hoseley, whom besides editing “Comic Book Tattoo” also contributes the script for “The Waitress,” based on one of Amos’ most beloved songs from her 1994 album “Under the Pink.” In this inaugural entry, Hoseley’s posted pages from his script as well as in-progress artwork by Ming Doyle, with detailed commentary on the creation of this new story.
Check it out! www.comicblogtattoo.com.