Jason Brubaker was a storyboard artist on movies including Blade, Pitch Black, and Van Helsing, before becoming a visual development artist on the Kung Fu Panda trilogy.
All the time, he kept Brubaker self-publishing his own graphic novels, with his first, reMIND in 2011 winning the Xeric Award. He quit his job at Dreamworks Animation to pursue publishing his own comics full-time. In 2015, he moved back to his hometown of Pocatello, Idaho and has been working on comics ever since.
And in November, he has a new comic book, co-written with fellow-former Dreamworks Chief Creative, Rick Rekedal. Together, they have created Shapes #1 from Cave Pictures Publishing…
(W) Jason Brubaker, Rick Rekedal (A/CA) Jason Brubaker
Tripp’s 13th birthday is a bust: snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in his favorite video game, targeted by the school bully, reprimanded by the principal, and unable to celebrate with friends or family. But everything changes when he receives a strange gift from his long-missing father and is then visited by the three Shapes who guard all creation. They reveal that Tripp’s incredible video game skills may be the key to saving the whole universe. In Shops: Nov 27, 2019 SRP: $3.99
As well as the regular issue of No Ones from Jim Krueger and Well-Bee.
NO ONES #6
(W) Jim Krueger (A/CA) Well-Bee
In the final showdown, the former Bastion team members put aside their differences to unite against a frightening new foe. When the truth about Ripple comes out during the battle, they must choose whether to use their superpowers to stop their one-time friend. Will they finally be able to break the curse that has erased their existence? Will they team up to become the world’s number one superheroes once again? In Shops: Nov 27, 2019 SRP: $3.99