American comic book creator, Andrew MacLean, is the creator, artist, and writer of HEAD LOPPER, the Diamond Gem Award-winning series published by Image Comics.
ApocalyptiGirl: An Aria for the End Times (2015, 2020), his post-apocalyptic sci-fi graphic novel, was published by Dark Horse Comics and was nominated for a YALSA award.
Published in 9 languages, Andrew has also worked for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Warner Bros., Hasbro, etc. on a variety of projects in both comics and animation.
In addition, Andrew is a co-founder and Creative Director of the lifestyle brand, Laser Wolf Attack, where art and apparel meet the street.
Andrew likes coffee, whiskey, and heavy metal, and lives in LA with his wife, Erin, and their adorable pup, Lola.
Andrew is represented by Jim Ehrich at RBEL.
I'm wrapping up writing and covers Godzilla: War for Humanity right now and then its on to Head Lopper 5!
I'm super pumped for Norgal and Agatha's next adventure!
Time. Developing a style takes a lot of time, and it is really a constantly evolving concept. The more you read, the more you see, the more you are able to take in what others have done before you and try to make it your own.
I'm sort of between comics I guess, but I've been reading a lot of prose lately. I just finished "Piranisi" by Susanna Clarke and really, really enjoyed it.
No I don't charge for signatures, thank you for picking up my books!
Haha! Laser Wolf Attack is the lifestyle brand that I own and operate with my wife. We wanted a creative venue that was not tied to a comic book. I have done a lot of the designs thus far, and right now we sell mostly clothing and accessories, including Head Lopper merch, but we have some BIG plans for 2022!!!
In the meantime, use code "artofandrewmaclean"
to get 10% off your order!
Tough one! Short answer, no, I'd prefer that you don't. Longer answer.... fanart is SUPER cool and when someone makes fanart of one of my properties I am very flattered. If you want to make something from my books for yourselves, or your friends or family, that's totally cool, rock on! But, here's the thing with selling unlicensed products - it is actually hurting the very creators that you like enough to make the fanart to begin with. Comics is truly a labor of love for me, but it is also how I make a living. It is how I buy toothpaste, feed my dog, and gas up my car to drive to conventions. The economics of comics and the legalities of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law are pretty tedious, so let's leave that to the experts!