Under his nom de plume of ‘D’Israeli’, Matt Brooker is one of the most popular artists at 2000 AD. In this episode of FROM THE DRAWING BOARD, he takes us through his stunning work on Scarlet Traces, in which he and Ian Edginton take up the story from HG Wells’ War of the Worlds and create a world of fantastical alien technology, daring do, plucky underdogs, and old-fashioned political machinations.
For four decades, 2000 AD has been bringing you the galaxy’s greatest stories from the world’s best creators – its mix of action, humour, satire, and in-your-face storytelling has made it the award-winning, critically-acclaimed, globally-influencing comic it is today. But what goes into creating your weekly Thrills? How do artists go from script to finished page? In FROM THE DRAWING BOARD we meet the artists behind 2000 AD and get to watch them in action as they craft brand new Thrills for the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic!