NYCC: Kane is Able - Guevara talks "Solomon Kane"
CBR News spoke to artist Mario Guevara about his contribution to Dark Horse's
Scott Allie penned reinvention of Robert E. Howard's "Solomon Kane."
Wow, that is some absolutely stunning art. Can't wait for the Solomon Kane, but more than that I'm really happy to discover such an immensely talented new artist.
Here's hoping he gets a boat-load of mad, crazy job offers over the course of the con.
Nice interview but the only thing that gives me pause is this: "I am still doing research," Guevara said. "I have been collecting art books on the New England colonial period for a while."
Surely he's aware that Kane is an Englishman, not an American, and none of the original stories were set in the colonies?
Looks interesting, but I'll wait perhaps for the online preview before making up my mind. Solomon Kane and Bran Mac Morn have always been my favorite Howard characters so I'm looking forwad to this series. Even though Kane isn't an American and the stories aren't set there, I'm guessing Guevara's research is largely directed toward studying the "Puritan" look of the era. I'll keep my fingers crossed.