Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Mecha Manga Bible Stories

If you had told me a year ago that I would ever be involved in a project called Mecha Manga Bible Stories, I'd have laughed in your face like the cocky anti-establishment hippee artist that I always pretend to be.

But look at that preview concept art and drool.

I was humbled to be asked to be involved in this project, but not because of the intrinsic project itself or the publisher behind it (though both impressive). What really got me pumped was the incredible talent involved. I found out that I'd be working with four other artists that I have enormous respect for, all Megazeen artists that are graduating into the recognition they all deserve.

Tom Hall (whom I co-wrote with), Jeff Slemons (cover art), Kneon Transitt (pencil & ink) and Daniel Bradford (colors and letters). Add Paul Castiglia's experience as editor and you don't get a better team. Anywhere. From everything I've seen so far, this is the Bible comic I would have always wanted to read. And isn't that what we should be shooting for?

Art's underway. I'll gush more along the way. Trust me.


3 comments:

Mark said...

oooooooooooo!!! I'm excited about this!!!

Kneon Transitt said...

A title like that is just beggin' for a catchy theme song, doncha think? ;)

NYCOPYGUY said...

Hey Kneonn - maybe I'll write up a theme song like I did for JMG's animation project, "Friend Fish."

The title, which I also coined, is meant to be sing-songy - if you notice, it contains four words and eight syllables - just like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers!

- Paul Castiglia