After finishing my first comic "Powerless: Some Kind of Hero" last year (thread here: http://forums.millarworld.tv/t/working-on-a-one-off-british-comic-powerless-some-kind-of-hero/4847) I decided to never do comics again, as they take far too long to create.
So, I promptly wrote a script for a 114-page graphic novel, and I'm now 1/3 of the way through doing the art. So I either didn't learn or I'm a masochist, one of the two
My new comic is called The Murder Club and is about two, intelligent teenage psychopaths (in the true (i.e. non-Hollywood) sense) who team up to see if they can get away with murder. It should be out by the end of Summer, ready for the end of year UK comic conventions.
I've popped some WIP art below (figure tone-work first-pass, no backgrounds yet, apart from one test page) and would love to hear your thoughts.
FYI, I intend to do a Kickstarter later in the year, the same as for my first comic. It won't be a huge total amount, as I'm not paying an artist, and it will just be for the printing costs.