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Steve Lieber

Steve Lieber

Steve Lieber studied art at the Joe Kubert School. His comics and illustration have been published by DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Image, Dupuis, Scholastic, and many other publishers, but he's best known for his work on Whiteout, a graphic novel adapted by Warner Brothers as a feature starring Kate Beckinsale. His current project is illustrating Alabaster, a dark fantasy series at Dark Horse. His various projects have received nine Eisner Award nominations, and he won the Eisner for Best Limited Series for Whiteout Volume 2: Melt. Steve's a founding member of Periscope Studio, the largest studio of comic book artists in North America. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, the novelist Sara Ryan. For more info, visit stevelieber.com

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Dilettante 027: Why I Went Digital

Posted on Mar. 10, 2015

Steve Lieber explains the differences and advantages to drawing comics digitally, from his own personal perspective.

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Dilettante 028: Things I Learned from Benjamin Dewey's "The Tragedy Series"

Posted on Apr. 14, 2015

Steve Lieber returns with a look at the work of another cartoonist whose work he admires: Benjamin Dewey's The Tragedy Series.

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Dilettante 029: Sustaining Career Momentum

Posted on May. 12, 2015

Steve Lieber offers advice to creators on how to sustain career momentum.

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Dilettante 030: Comics Convention Memories

Posted on Jun. 9, 2015

As we get ready for Comic-Con 2015, Steve Lieber (and friends) offer up some of their favorite convention memories.

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Dilettante 031: More Advice on Writing for an Artist

Posted on Aug. 11, 2015

Artist Steve Lieber offers more advice for writers working with artists!

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Dilettante 032: Revisiting Alison Bechdel's Fun Home

Posted on Sep. 8, 2015

Steve Lieber looks at Alison Bechel's Fun Home, the multi award-winning graphic novel which is now a hit play on Broadway!

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Dilettante 033: Getting It Right

Posted on Oct. 13, 2015

Artist Steve Lieber has advice for artists on how to make thing authentic ... the secret word is RESEARCH!

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Dilettante 034: Gratitude

Posted on Nov. 10, 2015

Steve Lieber tells us about the things he's especially thankful for in comics ... after all, tis the season!

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Dilettante 035: Holiday Gift Suggestions for Comics People

Posted on Dec. 8, 2015

Steve Lieber offers some gift tips for the holiday season and the comic artists in your life!

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Dilettante 036: Launching a New Creator-owned Series

Posted on Feb. 9, 2016

Steve Lieber uses his own experience to tell writers and artists how to go about launching a new creator-owned series.

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Dilettante 037: Appreciating Jaime Hernandez

Posted on Mar. 8, 2016

Steve Lieber writes about the work of fellow artist Jaime Hernandez, and explains why he's one of the great cartoonists of our time, in this in-depth look at Jaime's latest story in Love & Rockets #8.

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Dilettante 038: Paying It Forward

Posted on May. 10, 2016

Steve Lieber offers suggestions on how comics creators can help their peers and new talent just starting out in the industry.