Happy Monday all,
What have we here? Well, this is a short three panel spread from HARD RAIN. Introducing our demon friend and Mr. middle-aged tax collector.
So how do you think this pleasant interaction is going to end?
Though done for an entirely separate reason I felt showcasing this drawing was reasonably appropriate. Today is the celebration of the storming of France's Bastille prison, which helped mark the beginning of the French Revolution - removing the monarchy and giving way to ideas such as inalienable rights and citizenship.
In reality this image is actually a representation of Charles Stillman's 1840 escape from a jailhouse in Mexico. But perhaps for today one act of rebellion can lend itself to the great memory of another.
Happy Bastille Day everyone,
Douglas E. Draper Jr. is an award-winning artist from Salisbury, Maryland. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute, College of Art and his work has been exhibited throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Annapolis, Baltimore and various other cities and galleries. His fine art and illustrative work can be seen from such publishers as Moonstone Books, Top Shelf, Desperado, IDW, and many others.
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