If you’re not following along with John Royle on Instagram (or at JohnRoyleArt.com) you’re missing out. He’s been posting some spectacular images from upcoming covers for G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero by IDW and he has been KILLING it.
The upcoming gatefold COBRA themed cover looks exceptionally awesome, and any time Spirit graces a cover it’s a good thing, too. Check out some of the snippets below and keep watching his Instagram for the latest updates. Good stuff.
Wow, nothing brightens up a Friday afternoon like some spectacular new art from IDW cover artist John Royle! He’s been doing some really terrific variant covers for G.I. Joe titles recently, and this latest one is the mother lode.
It’s a three-issue gatefold with pencils by John Royle, inks by Jagdish and colors by Juan Fernandez. It frankly looks… amazing! Check it out for the very first time right here, and if you love these covers, definitely let IDW Publishing know. I think they’re some really fun, energetic and well orchestrated covers, and I try and go out of my way to get these issues. Great stuff. To see more of John’s terrific artwork (G.I. Joe and otherwise) you can follow him on Instagram or hit up JohnRoyleArt.com!
In recent months, comic artist John Royle has put together some amazing G.I. Joe covers, and just revealed was his retailer incentive cover for Revolutionaries #4 from IDW Publishing.
This cover looks just as exciting as the other work he’s been doing, which is really saying something! Check out this fantastic cover and the comic details below. Fantastic stuff from John Royle.
Art by John Royle
Inks by Eeshwar
Colors by Juan Fernandez
Check out more of John’s great work at JohnRoyleArt.com!
Recently, IDW Publishing released an really fun limited series Danger Girl and G.I. Joe which evoked some very cool Sunbow-esque memories. Some great over the top writing and over the top artwork really married the two universes pretty seamlessly together, appealing very strongly to both the G.I. Joe and the Danger Girl crowd.
The artist for the series John Royle dropped me a note over the weekend to let me know that he has original artwork from the series for sale on his website JohnRoyleArt.com! Some very cool pieces there, you should head over there and check them out. If there’s a piece you want that you don’t see, drop him a line, he may have it still. If you’re in the market, hit up JohnRoyleArt.com and grab some up!