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Jacen Burrows

A 1996 Graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Burrows has become known for his unique style of intricate linework which reflects a blend of American, Japanese, and European influences.

Burrows entered comics professionally as Scott Clark's background assistant on a number of Wildstorm projects, and subsequently worked on indy projects such as King Zombie for Caliber and Skid Roze for London Night Studios. Jacen has also worked in the game industry on properties such as Star Wars and Dungeons and Dragons.

At Avatar Press, Burrows has provided artwork on Cimmerian (written by Tom Sniegoski), the Ravening, Quantum Mechanics, and Razor among others. His best known Avatar works have been for Warren Ellis Avatar projects Bad World, Dark Blue, and Scars, and Alan Moore projectsThe Courtyard and Yuggoth Cultures.

Current and upcoming projects at Avatar Press from Burrows include contributions to Lovecraft mythos saga Yuggoth Creatures, and Garth Ennis project 303.


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Gallery Updates  

There are numerous updates gallery updates around the site today, including the Lady Death, Stargate Atlantis, Friday the 13th, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Nightmare on Elm Street sections.
[ posted Thursday, March 24, 2005 9:47:10 AM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Garth Ennis' 303 cover by Jacen Burrows now features the cover of Garth Ennis' 303 #3, artwork by Jacen Burrows, color by Greg Waller. Issue #3 of Garth Ennis' 303 will be a December release. The series will begin soon available from a store near you.
[ posted Monday, September 13, 2004 7:16:11 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Garth Ennis' 303 #2 cover by Burrows  

The Garth Ennis' 303 #2 regular edition cover has been added to the 303 section. Cover artwork by Jacen Burrows, color by Greg Waller. Garth Ennis' 303 #2 is a November solicited release from Avatar Press.
[ posted Saturday, August 28, 2004 10:06:04 AM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Avatar announces Lady Death: Dead Rising debut, Wizardworld Chicago plans  

Avatar Press has announced that its first Lady Death release, Brian Pulido's Lady Death: Dead Rising, will debut at Wizardworld Chicago, August 13-15.  A number of Avatar Press creators will also be on hand at the Avatar booth at the show, including Brian Pulido, Jacen Burrows, Clint Hilinski, Greg Waller, Matt Martin, and Sean Shaw.

Lady Death: Dead Rising is a preview of the sinister plans Pulido and Avatar have coming up for the character.  "We will launch our new monthly Medieval Lady Death picking up after Lady Death: A Medieval Tale #12," Lady Death creator Brian Pulido says. "While we will begin with a new series, Medieval Lady Death #1, I will be careful to make this a good jumping on point for new readers. Our second Lady Death series will be the "classic" Heaven & Hell/Bitch Goddess Lady Death.  We had to bring her back because fans demanded her back. True to the Chaos! style I established, her adventures will be in a series of limited series."

Lady Death: Dead Rising will take a look at both titles with art from Romano Molenaar, Di Amorim, Matt Martin, Clint Hilinski, and Juan Jose Ryp, and covers by Ryp, Martin, and Sean Shaw.

The following Avatar Press creators will be at the Avatar Press booth at the show:

Signing at the booth:
Brian Pulido - creator of Lady Death, Belladonna, and more
Clint Hilinski - Brian Pulido's Belladonna artist
Jacen Burrows - artist of Garth Ennis' 303, Alan Moore's The Courtyard, Warren Ellis' Scars
Sean Shaw - Avatar cover artist
Matt Martin - Yuggoth Creatures, Brian Pulido's Lady Death: Dead Rising
Greg Waller - colorist of Garth Ennis' 303, Brian Pulido's Belladonna, Stargate SG-1, and much more

Avatar Press editor-in-chief William Christensen will also be on hand to talk about current and upcoming Avatar projects.

The following giveaways will be available free at the Avatar Press booth while quantities last: Garth Ennis' 303 posters, Brian Pulido's Back In Black Free Comic Book Day issue.

Avatar's first Lady Death release, Brian Lady Death: Dead Rising, will debut and be available to purchase at the show.

For more information, contact Avatar Press editor-in-chief William Christensen at
[ posted Wednesday, August 11, 2004 12:28:39 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Garth Ennis' 303 #2 cover by Burrows  

The Garth Ennis' 303 section has a look at the wrap cover for issue two of that eagerly-anticipated full-color mini-series. Story by Ennis, artwork by Jacen Burrows, color by Greg Waller. Both Burrows and Waller will be on hand at the Avatar booth at Wizardworld Chicago this weekend to talk 303 and other Avatar projects. A major new creator-owned series from Garth Ennis, 303 begins in October from Avatar Press.
[ posted Monday, August 09, 2004 8:01:33 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Garth Ennis' 303 preview pages from Ennis, Burrows, Waller  

Big update in the Garth Ennis' 303 section tonite including the cover and several finished interior pages from issue one, a pair of pages from issue two, and a brief introduction to the series from Garth himself. Written by Ennis, artwork by Jacen Burrows, color by Greg Waller. Garth Ennis' 303 begins in October from Avatar Press and is available for preorder right now at a comic shop near you. Be sure to let your retailer know you want to get this major new creator-owned series from the creator of Preacher!
[ posted Friday, July 23, 2004 10:27:03 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Robocop: Killing Machine Back in Action by Burrows  

Jacen Burrows steps up with another great Robocop cover for the month of September, the Robocop: Killing Machine #1 Back in Action edition. Color by Greg Waller. Jacen's contribution to the first issue of Yuggoth Creatures will be in stores soon, and his eagerly-anticipated collaboration with Garth Ennis, Garth Ennis' 303, is coming in October (preview edition in stores now, issue #1 will be available for order in the next issue of Diamond's Previews catalog).
[ posted Friday, July 09, 2004 12:00:08 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

Lansdale's By Bizarre Hands cover by Burrows  

Jacen Burrows is back with another atmospheric cover for Joe R. Lansdale's By Bizarre Hands. Cover color by Greg Waller. Lansdale's By Bizarre Hands #5 will be a September solicited release. Full details on our September releases will be online shortly.

Cover: Jacen Burrows
Story: Joe R Lansdale
Art: Andres Guinaldo
Readership: Mature Readers
Format: B&W, 32 pages, monthly 5 of 6

One the most popular horror novel writers, Joe R. Lansdale, is unleashed in this all-new series that adapts some of his favorite short stories, all chosen by Lansdale himself, into comic form for the first time. This issue sees the red hot artist from The Drive-In, Andres Guinaldo, bring the tale "Night They Missed the Horror Show" to sequential life! Two red neck hicks get in way over their heads with some mafiosos who don't take kindly to folks like them. It's Lansdale, so you know people die in really bad ways.
[ posted Saturday, June 12, 2004 6:38:26 PM  |  permanent link to this item ]

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