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Where the Veil is Thin Announced!

Hello folks! So, coming in February, will be a campaign for our latest anthology - Where the Veil is Thin. Featuring stories from David Bowles, Seanan McGuire, Glenn Parris, Shanna Swendson, Gwendolyn N. Nix, L. Penelope, Alethea Kontis, Linda Robertson, Grey Yuen,...

APEX LAUNCHED

Hello everybody! It took us a while, but APEX: Collected Edition is now LIVE on Kickstarter! Thank you for being patient, giving us feedback, and sticking with us while we sorted out all the details to give this the biggest chance of success as possible. We appreciate...

APEX to Launch January 7th!

Hello everybody! We're well aware that we've had multiple announcements for the launch of APEX: The Collected Edition on Kickstarter and apologize for that. We were excited about getting the game back out there and we made announcements prematurely. To that end, I...

Fox & Willow Acquired by Outland Entertainment

Fox & Willow, an online grim fairytale series, has been acquired by Outland Entertainment. Written by Allison Pang and illustrated by Irma ‘Aimo’ Ahmed, Fox & Willow debuted in April 2012 and has maintained a strong fanbase ever since. Following the runaway princess, Willow, and her mischievous fox spirit companion, Gideon, the overarching plot…

APEX Kickstarter Launch Date Revisited

Hello everybody! I know that we announced the hard launch date for the Kickstarter for APEX: Collected Edition yesterday. When we announced that, we felt pretty sure we were ready to roll, but we had a significant amount of feedback on the campaign. Because of how the...

APEX Kickstarter Launch Date!

Okay folks! We finally have news. We're planning to launch the APEX: Collected Edition on Tuesday, December 10th. Here's a preview of the campaign that you can check out before launch!...

Final 20 Hours of The Jötunn War Issue 02 Kickstarter!

The Jötunn War Issue 02 just reached it's primary funding goal on Kickstarter! We're now at the final 20 hours of the campaign and we're hoping to raise funds for issue three! Thank you all so much for your continued support! The Jötunn War is a FOUR ISSUE graphic...

Apex Kickstarter Update

Hello everybody! A quick update on the status of the upcoming Apex Theropod: Deckbuilding Game Collected Edition Kickstarter. We had expected to launch the Kickstarter last week, but it took a little longer than we anticipated to get all the details in from the...

Outland Stock Art on Patreon

Hello folks! We just launched a stock art initiative on Patreon! Outland Entertainment has provided thousands of images to publishers over the years, ranging from black/white quarter page illustration to full color covers, interior artwork, and graphic design. Over...

Outland Entertainment Partners with KickCTRL

Hello folks! I know that things have been a bit quiet most of the last year, but things have been grinding along! We've been looking into ways to correct some of our past mistakes, namely, the extreme mismanagement of our crowdfunding campaigns. We KNOW we have really...
Gallant Knight Games: Monster Hunter International

Gallant Knight Games: Monster Hunter International

Gallant Knight Games: Monster Hunter International

Our good friends over at Gallant Knight Games, Alan and Erin Bahr, hired us develop the cover and interior artwork for their Savage Worlds version of Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter International.

We tapped Alan Gallo to illustrate the book with Paul Little on colors and Jeremy Mohler doing the graphic design and illustration for the cover!

It’s a really cool world with a ton of different creatures and situations to draw. I’d highly suggest checking it out!

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Choice of Games: The Road to Canterbury

Choice of Games: The Road to Canterbury

Choice of Games: The Road to Canterbury

Choice of Games is an app developer focusing on choose your own adventure type of stories. They came to us to help develop some covers for several of their stories. What makes this interesting is that we worked on multiple layers so the finals could be generated for multiple uses. We also developed the title in addition to the art.

This was for a project called The Road to Canterbury, illustrated by Chris Yarbrough.

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Choice of Games: Tales of the Thief Taker

Choice of Games: Tales of the Thief Taker

Choice of Games: Tales of the Thief Taker

Choice of Games is an app developer focusing on choose your own adventure type of stories. They came to us to help develop some covers for several of their stories. What makes this interesting is that we worked on multiple layers so the finals could be generated for multiple uses. We also developed the title in addition to the art.

This was for a project called Tales of the Thief Taker, illustrated by Cesar Sebastian Diaz.

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Choice of Games: The Hero Unmasked

Choice of Games: The Hero Unmasked

Choice of Games: The Hero Unmasked

Choice of Games is an app developer focusing on choose your own adventure type of stories. They came to us to help develop some covers for several of their stories. What makes this interesting is that we worked on multiple layers so the finals could be generated for multiple uses. We also developed the title in addition to the art.

This was for a project called The Hero Unmasked, illustrated by Cesar Sebastian Diaz.

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Goodman Games: Into the Borderlands

Goodman Games: Into the Borderlands

Goodman Games: Into the Borderlands

Summer of 2017, one of our long term clients, Goodman Games, approached Outland about doing some work on their Into the Borderlands project.

I like these kind of jobs a lot – I love repeat clients. I know what to expect from them and they know what to expect from me, so there’s generally a lot more trust and things just move a lot more smoothly.

For this project I brought in Chris Yarbrough, Ger Curti, Dean Kotz, and Aaron Palsmeier! Along with Keith Curtis on maps!

 

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MPMG: Fantastic Dimension

MPMG: Fantastic Dimension

MPMG: Fantastic Dimension

One of our main clients, Moving Pictures Media Group (MPMG), occasionally brings us graphic novel projects that their clients wants to develop based on a screenplay for a film they have in development. That’s how we we brought in to develop the graphic novel for Fantastic Dimension.

Created by Jerry McClellan, Fantastic Dimension began life as a screenplay for a project he wanted to bring to life. I brought in CW Cooke to help convert his screenplay to a comic script, and Aaron Palsmeier to illustrate the book, along with Andy Poole on colors, Ed Dukeshire on letters, and Ed Lavallee doing the graphic design.

It is a 60 page full color graphic novel. We handled all the creative duties on the project!

Check out the first 20 pages below!

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Attackosaur: Devil Executioner

Attackosaur: Devil Executioner

Attackosaur: Devil Executioner

It’s been a year or two ago at this point, and I don’t recall exactly how we connected.  Whether it was through an ad I answered online or if he found us, we’ve now worked on several projects with Martin Smith of Attackosaur Comics.

Martin has not only been a pleasure to work with in both instances, he’s also an extremely talented writer and designer.  His stories are pretty fun and tend to be short, self-contained books, which I think is great.  He’s not weighed down with trying to stretch a story out over a long period of time and he can release each book all at once.  I think that’s a great way to self-publish comics and I love the fact that you can pick up the book and get a full story.

Anyway, the first book we worked on together was one called Devil Executioner. It was a fun take on the horror genre and an entertaining story about exorcism.  We handed everything except the writing and lettering.  It’s a black and white book with pencils and inks from long-time Outland artist, Nicolas Giacondino, the logo design by Dustin Dade, and I handled the colors for the cover.

Check out the cover and some of the artwork below!

I actually had a lot of fun with the cover on this one – Nic, as usual, did a fantastic job on the lines.  For the color, I wanted to really give it an ominous feel, which is why I chose a low level light source and the stark yellow background.  I feel like it turned out pretty creepy!

If you want to read the full comic, you can purchase it directly from Martin here!

Thanks!

JM

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