The biggest book of the year is about to drop in your lap! Oblivion Song, Robert Kirkman’s newest creative endeavor in comics, is being visually driven by artist Lorenzo De Felici. The Drakka and Dylan Dog alumn has entered the world of American comics.
And BOY, are we thrilled about it.
Lorenzo’s art is unique in the best way possible. Within one issue, he’s already solidified an art style that will capture more and more readers for many issues to come. But Lorenzo has been working towards this opportunity for a long time.
Dive into the our full interview with Lorenzo below! We met up with him in New York and chatted about his career and the big book that lies ahead. And if you haven’t seen his artwork before, go check out his previous books! He’s got plenty of work on DeviantArt as well for you to check out!
If you haven’t already, go check out the episode of The Skybound Insider!
And make sure to follow Lorenzo on the social webs!
Go watch our recent episodes!
Pollyanna McIntosh (Actress playing Jadis, AMC’s The Walking Dead): https://www.skybound.com/pollyanna-mcintosh/
Matt Wilson (Colorist, Paper Girls): https://www.skybound.com/matt-wilson
Stefano Gaudiano (Inker, The Walking Dead) & Tony Akins (Inker, Manifest Destiny) on The Job of an Inker!: https://www.skybound.com/comic-book-inking
Next week, we’ll be sitting down with his partner in life, as well as in comics – Annalisa Leone, the colorist of Oblivion Song! Tune in next Thursday.
Go pick up Oblivion Song, Issue #1 at your local comic book shop and on Comixology next Wednesday, March 7th!
Thanks for watching!