Chris Sheridan draws nifty superheroes (and more)

Vulnerable. Fragile. Sometimes frumpy. I really enjoy when an artist is able to draw a hero’s humanity out and lay it onto the page.

Enter Chris Sheridan. I can best describe his style as a cross between Jeff Lemire and Farel Dalrymple – two artists whose work I adore.

Sheridan, who hails from Seattle, puts the vulnerability at the forefront but his characters are never weak — there’s a hidden strength behind his lines. Just check out this Superman. Delicious.

On the right is a page of inked work from an unpublished story he’s hoping to have ready for next convention season.

Check out his blog, Powder Keg Comics, for lots more great work.

(via ComicsAlliance)

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