In book news not related to the Indestructibles, I just found the coolest little bit of news. A colleague and friend, Dave Seeley--whose Shadows of Mindor Luke Skywalker/Star Wars book cover is actually really iconic--has had a book of his incredible sci-fi and fantasy artwork published this week.
Dave's an amazing talent and a true gentleman, so I'd want to mention his book no matter what, but it turns out, I'm in it!
Sometimes, when I'm not working on the Indestructibles, I do a bit of acting and modeling. (Yeah, if you've met me at any of the comic cons, you probably find the modeling thing as funny as I do.) And Dave has used me for a few cool projects over the years--in fact, my face appeared on the cover of a book before my name ever appeared as an author (the book in question is Frank Chadwick's How Dark the World Becomes). My face has also showed up in space marine armor and in a Coors Light add, too, and apparently my appearance as a very happy Frankenstein's Monster has made it into this new book.
I'm pretty amused by this, but also, very happy for my colleague. If you're a collector of sci-fi art, definitely check it out.
Matthew Phillion is the writer of "The Indestructibles," part-time actor, occasional filmmaker. Currently on the lam in Salem with his trusty dog, Watson.