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Today is the day!
The final issue of my crime-fiction miniseries CHAMBERS, with art by Kristian Rossi and colors by Kefas Armando, has arrived digitally via ComiXology!
This marks the conclusion of the miniseries that took readers on a wild romp through a world of crooked cops, bad decisions, bloody revenge and apartment shower curtains (you’ll have to read the book to understand that last part). Readers witnessed just how far Denise Chambers would go to find answers once someone began taking an axe to her family tree.
In the final installment, Denise’s friendship with Bruce may be shattered, but he’s the only one left who can give her answers.
If you’re up for reading your comics digitally, just $8 will get you all four issues of the series, or stay tuned to grab the digital trade paperback, which will be released on December, 18.
Chambers is published by Arcana Studio.
It all ends tomorrow.
The final issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS, with Kristian Rossi and Kefas Armando, will hit ComiXology and bring the 4-issue miniseries to a close.
To commemorate this landmark in my career, I’ve been releasing Chambers-themed pin-ups every few days to show you the characters through other artist’s eyes. Previously, I’ve shared the work of Jasen Rosselot, Shaun Ramkissoon and Kelly Williams and today I reveal great piece from Eduardo Jimenez, my artistic collaborator on the upcoming sci-fi/comedy comic, UNIT 44, which we recently funded via Kickstarter.
I appreciate the roster of talented artists who contributed to building on the Chambers universe and I really hope you’ll give the book a read! Enjoy crime? Detectives? Shoot-outs? Hopelessness? This will be right up your alley.
The final countdown begins!
This Wednesday, the final issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS will hit ComiXology and bring the series to a close. To mark the event, I’ve been releasing Chambers-themed pin-ups every few days to show you the characters through other artist’s eyes. I’ve previous shared art from Jasen Rosselot and Shaun Ramkissoon and today brings a second piece from artist Kelly Williams.
Kelly is a wonderfully talented dude and his work has been published all over the place. Pick up a copy of Metaphase, which he drew for Alterna Comics, toss him some bucks to draw you a commission or pick up one of his wonderful prints that he sells via his webstore (I highly recommend the limited edition Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles print he made).
I appreciate the roster of talented artists who contributed to Chambers and I know you’ll see them all on high-profile gigs soon enough!
Next Wednesday, the final issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS will hit ComiXology and bring the series to a close. It’s exciting (because the trade paperback is coming) but also bittersweet because the project was a ton of fun and after more than a year of living with the characters, story and world, it will take it’s place in my portfolio and represent myself, Kristian Rossi and Kefas Armando as we continue making our way in this crazy industry.
In past posts, I showed off beautiful pin-up work from artists Kelly Williams, Jasen Rosselot and Shaun Ramkissoon, and with this installment, we’re tossing it back to Jasen Rosselot who provided a secondary pin-up of the main characters, Denise and Bruce.
I appreciate Jasen’s contributions, and I’m happy to say that he’s cooking up something new with me that you’ll be seeing soon.
Next week, the final issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS will hit comiXology and will mark the end of my first published miniseries.
In past posts I showed off beautiful pin-up work from artists Kelly Williams and Jasen Rosselot, and this week I bring you a piece from my pal, Shaun Ramkissoon. He put together a great pin-up that features Denise, Bruce and Adam, the main characters of Chambers. Since these pin-ups sadly, wouldn’t fit into the collected trade paperback, I still wanted to share his talent with you.
Shaun’s a great guy and I appreciate him taking the time to contribute to the project!
In just three short weeks, the final issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS will hit comiXology and will mark the end of my first published miniseries.
Not long after the story wraps up, a trade paperback collecting all four issues will be released (and will look great on your bookshelf). I sent the publisher a handful of pin-up art from artists who interpreted the main characters of the story in their own way, but due to page count restrictions, a most of them ended up on the cutting room floor. Not wanting contributing artist’s talent to go unseen, I’m posting them here for everyone to enjoy.
Last week I showed off a beautiful pin-up from Kelly Williams, and this week I bring you a piece from Jasen Rosselot. This artist is also contributing to the second issue of my upcoming project Innovation and I’m excited to see what he brings to the table. Scroll down to see Jasen’s interpretations of characters Bruce and Denise.
As we count down to the release of the final issue of my crime-fiction comic CHAMBERS, I wanted to share some pinup art that was completed by several very talented artists, but unfortunately wasn’t able to be used for the collected trade paperback that will be out in a few months.
Due to page count restrictions, those of you who pick up the trade will be treated to a wonderful pinup piece by artist Allen Byrns, but I wanted to be sure to spotlight others who did some amazing work out of the goodness of their hearts. I appreciate them taking the time to give their representations of my characters and I want to share their talent with the world.
Only 4 more weeks until the Chambers finale. Be sure to hop on board my explosive crime-fiction story while there’s still time. The ending is too good to miss!
If you’re reading your comic books digitally, (and why not, right? It’s the future!) then you can pick up the third issue of my crime-fiction comic book CHAMBERS for just $1.99 on comiXology!
Published by Arcana Studio, the second issue continues the tale of narcotics officer Denise Chambers as she tries to stay alive long to figure out who’s taking an axe to her family tree. It’s also the issue where the body count begins to rise significantly. I mean, just look at that cover. There’s freaking blood everywhere! You KNOW it’s gonna be good.
The fourth and final issue of the series will be out in November with a physical and digital collected edition to follow. I recently re-read the final installment and I’m jealous toward all of you who get to experience it for the first time! If you’re a fan of dirty cops (figuratively speaking) and hard boiled crime, please give Chambers a look. I really think you’ll dig it.
If you’ve checked it out and have any thoughts, I’d love to hear ‘em!
For those who are reading their comics digitally nowadays, I have some great news for you! The second issue of my crime-fiction comic book series CHAMBERS is available on comixology.
Published by Arcana Studio, the second issue continues the tale of narcotics officer Denise Chambers as she tries to stay alive long to figure out who’s taking an axe to her family tree.
You can pick up the first two issues for just $1.99 each!
Do me a solid and take a chance on a comic book series that I had an absolute blast creating alongside artist Kristian Rossi and colorist Kefas Armando. We worked very hard on this series and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the results. Once you’ve had a chance to give them a read, please let me know what you thought!
Now that the first issue of my crime comic book CHAMBERS is out digitally from Arcana Studio, a decent amount of time has been dedicated toward getting people who own comic book related websites to check it out, read the book and ideally, share their thoughts on the title in hopes that others will also give it a look.
So far, I’ve managed to have three very generous reviews posted, with more to come. Give them a look and then consider downloading the first issue of Chambers on comiXology!
“If you’ve got a couple bucks to spare I’d definitely check out the first issue — you might get hooked.”
- Read the rest of the review at GeekyUniverse.com!
“Locher and company craft an intriguing cop drama in the vein of The Departed and Garth Ennis’ recent Red Team series for Dynamite. There’s a lot here to warrant a return trip.”
- Read the rest of the review at ComicBookTherapy.com!