Richard Moore on Boneyard's conclusion and what come next!

Hey everyone! Just wanted to tip you all to a new interview that Sequential Treasures own Richard Moore has just done for Newsarama.

In it, he talks about the release of the final Boneyard collected edition (at least, for now), as well as his feelings for the series, some hints on where it might have gone, as well as some sneak insights into what to expect next from him. You can read it all right here. So, just follow that link and get informed.

That's all for now, but I'll be back tomorrow with some more news about another of out talented stable of creative minds. You surely don't want to miss that. Until then, peace out!


Mike Vosburg's debut art update!

Hey there, art lovers! Well, with the exciting news of our getting to work with legendary artist Mike Vosburg, we are wasting any time and jumping right into the thick of things, as today I bring you the very first art for sale update from our newest artistic addition.

We have a varied group of items today. First off, there's several published pages of Mike's work on titles like Archer and Armstrong, Justice League Quarterly, Lori Lovercraft and more. Then, you have a couple of very nice pin ups, featuring DC's Zatanna (shown here) and Marvel's Satanna. Certainly a duo worth looking at. Finally, we have some actual painted art, featuring the fairer sex, which is not even comic book related! In all, 15 great pieces of art, showcasing the varied level of talent Mike Vosburg has. So, head over to our art gallery and check them out. Then, place your order to add one of these awesome pieces to your own collection!

That's all for now. I'll be back before you know it, as there's always lots of cool things brewing around Sequential Treasures HQ. Until then, peace out!


Artist Bio: Mike "Voz" Vosburg

Hey there, my faithful ones! Sequential Treasures continues to "bring the heat" in a summer that has been both eventful and sizzling hot! Today, I bring you news of yet another great talent which has join the artistic stables here. A longtime player who's been a part of the comics scene for over three decades. Take a moment and get to know about the man, they myth, the legend, Mike Vosburg:

"Born in the cold and gloomy confines of Michigan, fantasy and escapism were a natural retreat for Mike. Comics of all sorts - westerns, funny animal, horror and even costumed heroes- were his introduction to literature and art. He soon moved up to the illustrations of N.C. Wyeth and the the stories of Sax Rohmer, Dashiel Hammet, Raymond Chandler, The Twilight Zone and anything else that caused a chill to run down his spine. While his mom had banned TV from the household there were weekly trips to the movies (usually with a bag of his dad's homemade popcorn). Bob Hope, Randolph Scott, Danny Kaye and occasionally some bit of brilliance from Hitchcock filled his life. All of this was a drug that lifted you above the mundane experiences of life. Storytelling was a religion, and Mike wanted to be a high priest.

While he had virtually no formal art training Mike did have several jobs that helped him prepare for a career in art. As a library page he learned how to do research; as worker on the line in a bus factory he learned how to assemble and put together a project; as a schoolteacher he learned how to educate both himself and his clients; as a basketball coach he learned it's all about teamplay; and as a janitor he learned how to clean up after someone else.

As a teenage Mike edited and produced the fanzine Masquerader, which introduced him to many of his cohorts in the comic book world and helped jump start his career. He worked for Marvel and DC for a number of years, on books like Cloak & Dagger, Savage She-Hulk, Starfire, World's Finest Comics, Ms. Marvel and many more, until moving to LA in the mid 80's where he branched out into the fields of animation, advertising and film. He has produced artwork for the LA Museum of Tolerance, has drawn the entire run of cover inserts for the HBO Tales
from the Crypt
series, won an Emmy as a director on the HBO animated series Spawn. Besides any number of advertising projects he has done storyboards for a number of music videos for the like of Emimem, Marilyn Manson and Gwen Stefani. Most recently Mike has storyboarded The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince
Caspian and Journey to the Center of the Earth.

In his spare time "Voz" continues to attend weekly figure drawing courses, as well as produce painted art, still shoots baskets in his back yard and continues to create and produce his own comic book graphic novels Lori Lovecraft (a cover of one of those issues is shown here) and Retrowood."

So, as you can see, Mike has had a very long career and it's not over yet. We here at Sequential Treasures are beyond pleased to be working with an artist of Mike's caliber, both in skill and reputation. We will have some of Mike's art for sale very shortly, so make sure to keep tabs at our art gallery for that update in the future.

Well, that's all for now. Are you excited, yet? You should be. I told you that 2010 was going to be the biggest year ever for Sequential Treasures. And we certainly like to live up to our promises around here. I'll be back soon, hopefully with an update of art from Mike. Until then, peace out!


A new batch of art for sale from Richard Moore!

Hey everyone! Time to give you the lowdown on a new update of original art for sale from one of Sequential Treasures reliable stable of artists. This time, we have a new batch from that perennial favorite, Richard Moore!

In this update, we have two complete short stories from Richard's adult themed works. So, take note, this stuff is not meant for kids and in certainly NSFW. You have been warned. We have the 10-page tale of "The Pound: Hot Pursuit" (one of which is shown here), as well as the original 8-page story that introduced us to "Fire and Brimstone." You can view the pieces at our art gallery. Then, be sure to place your orders quickly, as our last batch of adult short stories from Richard moved incredibly quick.

Lastly, I have a small update on Richard's health. The sinus infection that prevented him from going to San Diego ComiCon is starting to clear up. The anti-biotics Richard is currently on is helping him to finally shake the bug and his doctor doesn't think it will be necessary to puncture his eardrum to remove the fluid build-up. So, good news all around. Also, Richard and his wife wanted me to extend their appreciation for all the well-wishing folks have sent their way. It actually helped them to know so many folks care about Richard's well-being. You guys are the best!

That's all for now, but I'm sure I'll be back soon with more news and art updates. The summer of 2010 is going to be the hottest on record for Sequential Treasures, but it'll have nothing to do with the temperature. Until next time, peace out!


New art for sale from Mick Gray and Sequential Treasures!

Hey, everyone! Well, with us now into August the "lazy days" of summer are upon us. However, lazy days are something we've not been having around the Sequential Treasures HQ for quite a while now, as we just keep steamrolling along. And what better way to start off a new month, than with an update of some new art for sale. Even better, it comes from our latest talent addition, Mick Gray.

Mick dug into his little treasure trove of goodies and pulled out 10 incredible pieces, which will thrill and excite you. Here's the full list of what's been updated, which I think you're going to like (especially if you are a DC Comics fan):

  • Batman Confidential #16, pages 4-5 (pencils by Rags Morales and which is shown here)

  • Fantastic Four: Secret Invasion #3, page 5 (pencils by Barry Kitson)

  • Joker Hardcover, page 94 (pencils by Lee Bermejo)

  • JSA: Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1, page 26 (pencils by Fernando Pasarin)

  • Promethea #26, page 16 (pencils by J.H. Williams III)

  • Promethea #28 pages 2-3 (pencils by J.H. Williams III)

  • Seven Soldiers of Victory: Zatanna #2, page 3 (pencils by Ryan Sook)

  • Superman/Batman Annual #3, page 26 (pencils by Chris Batista)

  • The Shield #1, page 14 (pencils by Marco Rudy)

  • Green Lantern #40 Cover Re-creation (pencils and inks by Mick Gray)

So, as you can see, some really primo stuff by some very well-known names. Just head on over to our art gallery and check them out. Then, place your orders. Oh, and just so you know, Mick has said that the Promethea pages are the last ones that he has of the series. So, take note Alan Moore fans!

That's all for now, but I'll be back soon, as we strive to keep your summer a very hot one, as far as your desires for original art is concerned. Until next time, peace out!