The first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles painting by Kevin Eastman.
In Eastman’s “Artobiography” (pg 57), he had this to say about the painting:“ A 1984 pencil sketch was the starting point for the first full color painting of the guys, done to dress up the booth for the first convention we went to. This is where them all wearing “Red Bandanas” started, and would remain so until we tweaked them for the toys and cartoon show in 1987.”
Describe your ideal reading experience (when, where, what, how).
While shooting in Portland, Ore., I got the pleasure of discovering Powell’s Books, an enormous old bookstore (which I hope still exists) and stayed there the entire day. I just curled up in a comfy chair and read. They had a cafe in the store that I frequented. What joy.
—Bryan Cranston: By the Book in the NYT
Pretty Deadly covers collection, for the opening arc.