Nate Powell

Comics, illustrations, and musical goings-on.
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"Police Brutality?.. Not Me!" by Sam Milai, January 1968. On display in "The Long March: Civil Rights Cartoons & Comics" exhibit at the Billy Ireland Museum, Columbus OH.

"Police Brutality?.. Not Me!" by Sam Milai, January 1968. On display in "The Long March: Civil Rights Cartoons & Comics" exhibit at the Billy Ireland Museum, Columbus OH.

Morrie Turner’s “Wee Pals” on display in “The Long March: Civil Rights Cartoons & Comics” exhibit at Billy Ireland. I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Turner at SDCC in 2012— he attended the Top Shelf panel where we announced March.

Morrie Turner’s “Wee Pals” on display in “The Long March: Civil Rights Cartoons & Comics” exhibit at Billy Ireland. I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Turner at SDCC in 2012— he attended the Top Shelf panel where we announced March.

24 pages and covers from MARCH (Books One & Two) on display at Billy Ireland Museum in Columbus OH.

24 pages and covers from MARCH (Books One & Two) on display at Billy Ireland Museum in Columbus OH.

The most famous Green Lantern page of all time. By Neal Adams. From GL issue 76, early 1970.

The most famous Green Lantern page of all time. By Neal Adams. From GL issue 76, early 1970.

I have a bunch of pages from MARCH and THE SILENCE OF OUT FRIENDS up in this fantastic exhibit at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State University in Columbus, up until late November.

I have a bunch of pages from MARCH and THE SILENCE OF OUT FRIENDS up in this fantastic exhibit at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State University in Columbus, up until late November.

My new studio. Wild to think that every book I create for the next few decades will be made in this one room. Welcome.

My new studio. Wild to think that every book I create for the next few decades will be made in this one room. Welcome.

beckycloonan:

Little comic about how to make zucchini bread in these trying times. Dedicated to CB Cebulski, Mike Hardin, Ming Doyle, and anyone else who sunk my zucchini bread deep within their bodies.

Another day, another joke about nutsacks and revolution. Believe it or not, there are several ball jokes in the March trilogy… Culminating with an earth-shattering, world leader history-rocking ball joke in MARCH: BOOK THREE.

Another day, another joke about nutsacks and revolution. Believe it or not, there are several ball jokes in the March trilogy… Culminating with an earth-shattering, world leader history-rocking ball joke in MARCH: BOOK THREE.

Character sketch work on a new short comics story, which I’ll draw at the very end of the year as a reward for finishing March: Book Two. Gotta keep up the writer/artist creations, or perish.

Character sketch work on a new short comics story, which I’ll draw at the very end of the year as a reward for finishing March: Book Two. Gotta keep up the writer/artist creations, or perish.

A sneak peek at Thalia from the graphic novel adaptation of Rick Riordan's HEROES OF OLYMPUS: THE LOST HERO! Written by Robert Venditti, art by me, and colors by Orpheus Collar.  It’ll be out October 7th from Hyperion!Stay tuned here for more previews leading up to the release date.

A sneak peek at Thalia from the graphic novel adaptation of Rick Riordan's HEROES OF OLYMPUS: THE LOST HERO! Written by Robert Venditti, art by me, and colors by Orpheus Collar.  It’ll be out October 7th from Hyperion!

Stay tuned here for more previews leading up to the release date.

lisahanawalt:

A year ago, I was going to start doing a regular political strip for the New York Times! But it got delayed with the redesign of the op-ed section, then I moved West, got really busy, and it ended up not happening.
This is probably for the best, since I’m no good at political commentary! But I relish the opportunity to make fun of the Winklevii and their bitcoin obsession, so here’s that killed comic strip. Dog Pennies!

lisahanawalt:

A year ago, I was going to start doing a regular political strip for the New York Times! But it got delayed with the redesign of the op-ed section, then I moved West, got really busy, and it ended up not happening.

This is probably for the best, since I’m no good at political commentary! But I relish the opportunity to make fun of the Winklevii and their bitcoin obsession, so here’s that killed comic strip. Dog Pennies!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. squirms as Freedom Riders ask why he isn’t directly participating in the Rides. Montgomery AL, May 1961. From MARCH: BOOK TWO.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. squirms as Freedom Riders ask why he isn’t directly participating in the Rides. Montgomery AL, May 1961. From MARCH: BOOK TWO.

Little people galore in a shelved book idea from 2002. Ruth and Memaw from SWALLOW ME WHOLE jumped ship on this story to join the party elsewhere.

Little people galore in a shelved book idea from 2002. Ruth and Memaw from SWALLOW ME WHOLE jumped ship on this story to join the party elsewhere.

The very first drawings of Ruth, Ewell, and Pogie for WORMWOOD, the book that would become SWALLOW ME WHOLE. Spring 2002.

The very first drawings of Ruth, Ewell, and Pogie for WORMWOOD, the book that would become SWALLOW ME WHOLE. Spring 2002.

My very first comics art: Wonder Woman. Age 4, 1982.

My very first comics art: Wonder Woman. Age 4, 1982.