Wednesday, 11 April 2018

A to Z Challenge: J is for James

Today on the Blogging From A to Z Challenge, we celebrate the illustrator half of the creative duo behind the Superman Duffy graphic novels—James Grasdal! Not sure what the challenge is about? Click here for the deets, or here for my theme reveal.

And of course, you're welcome to read my past posts—starting with the letter "A" here.

Also, if you haven't read my "C is for canola" post, you should—you could WIN a set of all 15 of the Superman Duffy graphic novels, signed by the author. It's a massive prize, and to enter is simple. Read more here.

J is for James

James. James Grasdal. <heh> It's true he's not James Bond, but he does know how to wield a weapon for the greater good—James is an illustrator, and he drew all of the pictures in the 16 Superman Duffy graphic novels. That's hundreds of pictures of (cartoon) me!

Of course, the Superman Duffy books aren't the only project James has worked on—he's illustrated children's books, and if you live in the Edmonton area, you may have seen some of his artwork on windows in local businesses.

James says he started "doodling" in the crib. His art sure has come a long way from those first crayon scribbles. You can check out his website to see more! I'm sure grateful he made "me" look so cool.

Gotta jet! I'll be sharing a second way to win the entire set of graphic novels tomorrow, but until then, read this post.

See you tomorrow!

~ Chase Superman Duffy

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