Los Angeles! We’re having another Capture Creatures gallery show at Nucleus on Saturday December 13th at 7pm ! We will have new pieces, old pieces, secret pieces, original painted covers and inks by Kelly Bastow from the comic! Although we’re doing a lot of new work, we have over thirty artists contributing their vision of Capture Creatures to the show including:
Israel Sanchez, Jared Schorr, Drake Brodahl, Madeleine Flores, Grace Kraft, Tyler Hutchison, Zach Marcus, JR Goldberg, Joy Ang, Missy Pena, Teagan White, Laura Bifano, Ashley Davis, David Smith, Lorena Gomez, Maryanna Hoggatt, Maggie Rudy, Zac Gorman, Tiffany Ford, Coleman Engle, Alina Chau, Kevin Jay Stanton, Nicole Gustaffson, Michelle Romo, Phil McAndrew, Mike Yamada, Makiko Takamichi, Heather Franzen, Andrew Kolb, Luke Weber and many more!
This is a big deal for us and we’re so happy so many great people have offered their talents and time to us. RSVP on Facebook for the opening on December 13th! Bring friends!
Buffin is the scarce final evolution of Therowing and Paraptor. Little is known of this creature other than its looks precisely match its personality. Equally at home in the air as it is on the ground, it possesses numerous physiological weapons, the most deadly being its whip-like tail. The exact physical make-up of Buffin’s tail is unknown. Many hypothesise that the creature can freely transform its tail from feathers to scales, based on what is required at the time. At other times, pictured here, it is made up of pure energy.
December 13th at 7pm we are hosting our second Capture Creatures gallery show at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles! Featuring new work from us, a new variant cover for Issue 1 by Kelly Bastow and Tracy Liang, and 30+ other artists! You can’t miss it! RSVP on Facebook or just show up!
Peskabre’s evolution occurs when a Peskane leaves its ocean habitat permanently. Peskabre must consume huge amounts of water, as it is unable to breathe pure oxygen. The creature has many pockets deep within its body for the longterm storage of its breathing water. Peskabre use their tusks to defend bodies of water where their fellow Pesky and Peskane reside.
Capture Creatures is now a monthly comic book series with a brand new story debuting in November. You can pre-order it at your local comic store with the Diamond code SEP141165 or ask for Capture Creatures from Boom! Studios! The deadline for pre-orders is in less than a week, September 25th!
Previews Magazine is out and Capture Creatures is available for pre-order by retailers! The book will be out in November!
The initial retailer pre-order deadline is September 25th, which is less than a month away. If you want to encourage your local comic store to order the book, give them this code and tell them you want the book. These initial orders are incredibly important to the long-term viability of the book!
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We’ve been awful quiet on this website, holding back the last few creatures (which you can see in the B9 hardcover edition right now), but now we are happy to show what we’ve been planning all this time! We’re incredibly proud to announce our first monthly comic series, Capture Creatures, with our buddies at Boom Studios! Feels good to be making comics again! More on the story at Comics Alliance, with amazing variant covers by Joy Ang, Amanda Visell and Missy Pena!
This painting is for sale!And SPX is this weekend just outside DC! Come get our new book!
Physically strong Puugs eventually diverge from their colony and evolve into Staant. Staants make a conscious decision to sacrifice their building ability for superior defensive qualities. Still small in stature, they team with countless other Staants to protect their colonies from aggressors. Staant’s head-pincers grow quickly, often snapping them off themselves to use as weapons. When still attached to their heads, these pincers deliver powerful stings.
This painting is for sale! Also we’re at SPX this weekend in Bethesda, MD at the TopatoCo tables (W13-20) where we will be releasing the new 300+ page Capture Creatures book!
Scoot’s speed and lack of body-mass allow it to run on water for up to a mile. However, if a body of water is longer than a mile, Scoot is liable to sink. As a plant creature, Scoot thrives on water and will often stay underwater, breathing through the flower on its tail. Camouflaged underwater as a lilipad, he is often mistaken for Lilipaddle, which can lead to some tense encounters.