Thursday, October 15, 2009

Green Lantern Piece Finally Unveiled!

Green Lantern © DC Comics
Pencils by Corey Breen
Inks by Mike Sellers

Green Lantern © DC Comics
Pencils by Corey Breen

Over at my column on Master Digital Color I unveil my long awaited Green Lantern Double Page Spread! Go on over and check the entire process of the drawing as I take you through it step by unconventional step!

Soon the site will be posting the final image colored by HiFi Studios, exclusively at:


Corey Breen

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Cave Drawing Ink Sketch Contest!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer © Fran Kuzui, Rubel Kuzui & Kaz Kazui
By Corey Breen

This is a drawing I did for the fine folks over at Cave Drawing Ink!

My coworker is a part of their crew, and they have some amazing artists and writers whose only goal is to make great comics and great artwork! They have a weekly sketch contest going, and they needed a fill in this week. I stepped up to the plate, and hope to contribute more on a weekly basis if they continue to have them. It'll not only get me to stay fresh and loose by doing a drawing at least once a week (which I do anyway, but sometimes it's tougher then other weeks, and this will make sure I do it).

Each week they have 3 or 4 artists do their rendition of a theme. It's kinda like the Iron Chef of sketch book entries. This weeks theme is Buffy the Vampire Slayer, one of my all time personal favs, so it was not hard for me at all to enter this weeks contest. It took a little while to get her face right, but once I felt I nailed it, I really like how this piece came out.

Now it's all a matter of fan opinion, as the fans of the site vote on which one they think is best! So PLEASE visit the site, and vote for my drawing. Or Dezi's or Ed's for that matter. Don't care who wins, because all three entries in this week's contest RULE! But go to the site, vote, check out the other artists and they're AWESOME work. Cave Drawing Ink is a great site, and a great group of artists, who I'm sure you will be hearing much more about in the future!

Until next time,

Peace OUT!



10/9/09 Sketch Contest!

Hey Everyone,

Back again for another round of sketch contests. Since it's October and were edging closer to Halloween our guys decided on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as our next theme. So here we have three sketches to choose from below. Remember to vote for your favorite in the comments section at the bottom. Make sure to put your e-mail address so we can contact you if you happen to win the free sketch!! So sink your teeth into this weeks sketches and keep giving us your ideas for future sketch contests!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

"One more thing, I'll control my own brain thank you very much... Let's do this."

Zartan vs. Sorm Shadow © Hasbro
By Corey Breen

Just a random Pin-Up of yet another of my favorite characters from GI Joe! Can never get enough of these characters, as most are some of my favorites of all time. Nothing beats GI Joe, and I always love drawing them! I go to go to the comic store and pick up some of the new stuff, just to get my fix. Hope you like it!


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Trick 'R Treat!

Trick 'r Treat © WB
By Corey Breen
Pencil & Cintique

In our weekly stacks, we got this comic book from Wildstorm called Trick 'r Treat! I put it on my reading pile, but kept putting it off for some reason. Finally got a round to reading it and it was AWESOME! I actually kept it because Mike Huddleson was drawing one of the stories, and I love him, wish he was on Batman. But I always keep books he draws (if you can, check out the Man-Bat series he did like last year - AMAZING!). So I read it last week, and the story was really great. It was an anthology yet every story was interconnected, which was a great tool. It was very much like the great House of Mystery stuff back in the 70's. Well, anyway, I highly recommend this prestige book, and I can't wait for the DVD now. It comes out today, and it's getting GREAT reviews. Don't know why it wasn't realized in theaters, especially when SAW is up to like movie #7 or something. But I totally am putting this at the top of my buy list for DVD's. Even if it sucks as a movie, it's got Anna Paquin and the comic book was AWESOME!

One of the other reason's I loved the comic was because of the villain. I never really liked horror movies all that much, but was always intrigued by the villains. LOVED the villains like Mike Myers, Freddie, and other bad a$$ guys (although not a fan of Jason...). Above is my drawing of the 'little dude', who has quickly become a really cool villain in my book. Can't wait to see him in the movie, because he was so SICK in the comic!

So go pick up the comic, the movie, and enjoy my pin-up! (Wow, I sound like a BIG ad for DC Comics, Wildstorm and Warner Brothers right now, but oh well, I like what I like, it just happens to be my company too!)



Friday, October 2, 2009

Available November 18th, 2009 in comic shops everywhere!

It's HERE! Finally a release date is set for the JLA/ Rittenhouse Archives Trading Cards!

"This fall Rittenhouse Archives will release Justice League of America Archives, an historical retrospective on the legendary DC Comics team.
This set will cover the team’s history from 1960 to 1969, starting with their first mission together in “Brave and the Bold” #28.
Each box of Justice League of America Archives trading cards will feature a
hand-drawn, hand-colored sketch card from one of 39 different artists. This series is limited to just 6,000 boxes!"

Sketch Artists (Quantities) featured in this set include:

• Al Bigley (100)

• Kate Bradley (190)

• Corey Breen (250)

• Pat Broderick (133)

• James Bukauskas (200)

• Mark Dos Santos (200)

• Neil Edwards (200)

• Brent Engstrom (250)

• Mike Fiorentino (200)

• Joel Gomez (200)

• Matthew Goodmanson (200)

• Kevin Graham (200)

• Fred Haynes (225)

• Don Hillsman II (110)

• Aaron Houston (200)

• John Huan (200)

• Brian Kong (250)

• Jim Kyle (200)

• Cully Long (200)

• Warren Martineck (200)

• Rich Molinelli (200)

• Chris Moreno (200)

• Nathan Ohlendorf (200)
• Rhiannon Owens (200)

• Dennis Pacheo (200)

• Andy Price (200)

• Harvey Richards (225)

• Tone Rodriguez (250)

• Ronald Salas (200)

• Michael Sellers (200)

• Dezi Sienty (250)

• Uko Smith (250)

• Jason Sobol (200)

• Mark Spears (200)

• Bobby Vala (200)

• Tom Valente (225)

• Justin Vandemark (200)

• Steve Wands (225)

• Nathan Watson (200)

Look for these Insert Sets:

  • 18 Super Friends Cards – Direct from the classic cartoon series!
  • 7 Founding Members Cards – The original founding members of the JLA
  • 6 Other Earths Cards – Versions of our heroes from Earth 2 and Earth 3!

Each case includes an exclusive autograph card signed by Murphy Anderson.

Murphy Anderson was the inker and penciler on many of the first JLA covers.

For every 3 cases purchased, you will receive a one-of-a-kind hand-painted
card by artist Felipe Massafera.
For every 9 cases purchased, you will receive a one-of-a-kind hand-painted
card by artist Bard.

For every 18 cases purchased, you will receive a Justice League of America Archives Archive Box containing one sketch card from
each of the artists inserted into the packs for a total of 39 different sketch cards!

Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collection in a custom designed collector’s album which contains an
exclusive promo card.

Set Configuration
5 Cards Per Pack

24 Packs Per Box

12 Boxes Per Case

Available November 18th, 2009 in comic shops everywhere!