ImagineFX 67 has been just released and, although I'm still waiting for issue 66 to be found stuffed in my mailbox, this is the issue to get for those of you who aren't subscribers.
Because of LoopyDave's loopydave.deviantart.com/
workshop. And here is a "behind the scenes" tidbit. I helped with getting something from this awesome guy into the magazine.
There is probably no need to mention this other reason but Adam Hughes contributes with a workshop on his Catwoman cover!
As well and with keeping of the current movement on dA of artists sharing their work-through process (Keep watching out for this sort of stuff kids. This work-through stuff is pure gold!), Mr. Hughes has provided a work-through prequel fav.me/d38wbvn
to his 1,100 word prose found inside the magazine's covers.
There is also stuff from some guy named Jim Lee.
Additionally, there is an insightful interview with a few of DC Comic's legendary artists about what makes a great cover, as well as, an exploration of the company's 75 years-worth of examples.
And lastly, comic book legend, Bill Sienkiewicz, candidly discusses his years of work in the biz.
Needless to say, ImagineFX magazine is always chock full of goodness. So run don't walk to your favourite magazine stand and pick up a copy today!