Todd Klein has created a number of prints that enable him to show off his lettering and design abilities, with some of the top comic book writers and artists in the world, including Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Alex Ross. Each print is also themed with mostly-successive letters of the alphabet. And now with Shaun McManus, we are onto G, and a piece that enables the reader to live life like a comic professional, with all of its ups and downs… it’s a cynical satire of the realities that every day comic book workers have to face, and it is as harshly critical of the current state of play, as it is funny.
“As with the previous seven prints in this alphabetical series (representing letters A to F and H), G for GO FREELANCE! is printed in black (with gray tones) on 11 by 17-inch cardstock-thickness Exacta Bristol Vellum, this time in Ivory color, and each one is hand-painted with green spot-colors by Todd and signed by both McManus and Klein in a limited edition of 500 copies.”