Gutters: Issue #365 – David Stoll

From: The Gutters

I think 2013 is going to be a good year for Comics. I have no real reason or evidence of this, but my gut tells me it will be. So, with that said I have a few things that I’d like to share with you all as we shake the dust off this new year and get ready to dive in headfirst!

1.) The Absolute Ultimate Gutters Omnibus Volume 3 is now available for order in the store! This volume is jam-packed with Gutters pages, writings, behind-the-scenes material and a foreword by Marvel’s own CB Cebulski! There is also a great deal on a three-book set you may want to take advantage of!

2.) Also in the store is a brand new item! The Gutters hardcover books have all had wonderful covers done for us exclusively by the likes of Darrick Robertson, Tim Sale and Tom Richmond. Now you can purchase these cover images as beautiful art prints on high-quality paper. These are perfect for framing and would look amazing in any office, home, dorm or anywhere else you can stick a nail in a wall.

3.) You’ve heard us yapping about it, seen the teaser image and now, my friends, I am happy to report that it’s here! Starting Monday, Gutters goes back to three times a week! New pages every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with the usual fun and excitement you’ve come to expect. Our ever-growing stable of Artists are ready and waiting, plus we’ve got a few surprises to throw your way so strap in!

See what I mean? 2013 is already one helluva year!

As we get ready on Reboot’s Eve, today’s page comes to us from David Stoll:

David Stoll, born and raised in Phoenix AZ, began drawing comics in elementary school. Entranced by the mountains of cash and women which so prolifically filled the life of a comic artist, he decided that it would be his goal in life to one day draw for the top comic companies. From there, he figured, he could mount his campaign to rule the industry. Thus far, his plan has been slow going, but with the completion of an MFA in sequential art from the Savannah College of Art and Design drawing closer, he can practically taste victory.

Take care, friends! See you back here Monday!

-Moss