Jason Shawn Alexander
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|Jason Shawn Alexander|
Alexander at work in his Los Angeles studio
September 17, 1975 |
|Area(s)||Artist, Illustrator, Draftsman, Inker, Storyteller|
Queen & Country
Brad Martin, a contributing writer with Juxtapoz magazine, describes Alexander's fine art pieces thus: "His gritty, drippy, and dark style lends an ominous air, like a fresh grave, and the subject's poses humanize the whole thing."
Alexander's work can be seen at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles and 101/exhibit in Miami and New York.
Dark Horse Comics
- Abe Sapien: The Drowning
- The Escapists
- The Secret
- Tales of the Vampires
- Dark Horse: Twenty Years
- Conan and the Midnight God (Covers)
- Crypt of Dawn
- Gotham Central
- Queen & Country: Operation Blackwall
- Fear The Dead: A Zombie Survivor's Journal
- Poison Elves: Lusiphur and Lirilith
- Poison Elves Sketchbook
- Van Helsing: From Beneath the Rue Morgue
- Mikanno: A Sketchbook One Hundred Pages Circa 2002-2004
- Dead Irons (with James Kuhoric, 5-issue mini-series, Dynamite Entertainment, Ongoing)
- "The Raven", in Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, volume 1, issue 3 (2010), an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven.
- Official website
- Jason Shawn Alexander at the Comic Book DB
- "The Wizard Q&A: Jason Shawn Alexander", WizardUniverse.com, 12 February 2008
- Dowdy, Dru (Head of Publications). "The Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2009." Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, 2009.
- Blood and Whiskey
- Studio Section Eight
- "Episode 24: Abe Sapien with Jason Shawn Alexander", Comixology, March 31, 2008. Accessed 1 September 2008.