vampirella

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The long and varied comic book career of Louis Small Jr. goes as far back as the early 90’s. He helped put Harris Comics on the map as the original artist for Vampirella. His pencil worked a unique blend of sexiness and horror while he quietly built a worldwide fanbase. He has social media pages dedicated to him and he never hesitates to book a table at a comic convention if he can make it. His illustration portfolio includes Supergirl, Ka-Zar, Dark Dominionand over two decades worth of others. With gig experience all over nerdom, from DC Comics to his own independent projects, Small is one of many personable and talented workhorses that power the industry, yet cruise below the lion’s share of radars.  So personable, in fact, that he obliged our request for an interview. This is what he had to say. (more…)

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Above: Yowza! Cosplayer Micheline Pitt sure makes a very convincing Vampirella. [CBM]

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