The pencils from Geof Darrow’s GHA cover. He is the greatest man who ever lived. #ghaimage
Godzilla verses Ultraman by Geof Darrow
God Hates Astronauts #1 cover by Geof Darrow
Dark Horse Presents #1 (“Terror Comes Forth on the Fourth!!!!!!” - Dark Horse Comics - August 2014)
Writer/Illustrator: Geof Darrow
'Miller and Darrow’s original Big Guy and Rusty series saw Japan attacked by the incarnation of ultimate evil, manifest as a vast dinosaur/dragon creature, infecting the populace with chaos and fear, causing them to mutate into beasts as it rampaged, whilst delivering typical Miller-esqe bombastic polemic.
The ‘American might and superiority over Japanese ineffectual ditheriness’ concept, the names (‘Rusty:’ weak, incapable, ‘Big Guy:’ reliable, powerful, gets the job done), and the portrayals do not read well, and are so obvious, so embarrassingly shaky and superficial a thing, that there are those who’d argue the comic was satire (you know how that works?). If it sounds light on premise and intricacy, that’s because it is — robot clocks monsters, suspect ideology, with some nods to toy/kaiju/ mech culture thrown in; it’s saving grace, the reason you were there and stayed, was Darrow’s art: fine-lined, tight and knotty, beautiful detail bestowed in every nook and cranny.’
THE SHAOLIN COWBOY (2004-?) by Geof Darrow
Godzilla and Totoro by Geof Darrow
Shaolin Cowboy #4 by Geof Darrow and Dave Stewart
A beautiful sand mandala of kung fu zombie über violence.
The Shaolin Cowboy riding a giant bulldog.
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"An American in Paris"
A double page spread found in “Pilote & Charlie” No. 27.
Note: Please excuse the quality of the center of the main image, I had to reconstruct and edit out the folded spine of the magazine.
TWO new and amazing Geof Darrow covers for the upcoming relaunch of Dark Horse Presents!