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December 01 2010

(SPOILER) Brian Lynch reveals a page from Spike #5. Featuring a major spoiler for those who haven't been following spoilers for this series.

On a related note, it was really nice to see Stephen Mooney interviewed in the Irish edition of the Sunday Times Culture Section at the weekend.
Man, I can't help but to wonder about Tara with all the kitty's in that art. Great image.
It makes me mourn the death of Miss Kitty Fantastico.
When did Willow become a 40 year old crazy cat lady/bartender?
Okay, so someone else saw the similarity to Cher. Maybe that's Rannveig.
So Urru isn't on for the full run now? I thought Brian said he was? D: Not that I don't like M., but I'd love to see Urru's take on Willow.
Urru had to bow out of a few issues due to personal reasons, IIRC.
On a related note, it was really nice to see Stephen Mooney interviewed in the Irish edition of the Sunday Times Culture Section at the weekend.


How'd I miss that? I hope I haven't thrown The Culture out already.
I don't get the Cher/40-year-old thing. Beautiful page.
How'd I miss that? I hope I haven't thrown The Culture out already.


He's in the article about Irish comic books.
@patxshand: It's the lines in the face. I know that it's to give the face dimension but because of the severity of them, it makes Willow's face look a lot more angular. I'm sure it was less apparent in the pencils then once it was inked.
Also, Mooney was classy enough to admit that his rendition of Willow was a lot more boobalicious than would accurately portray Willow, so he made some minor (albeit, significant) changes to the drawing.
Check it out HERE.
Yeah, those changes made it even better. Stephen Mooney is awesome.

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