Glenn's muscular, powerful images have graced many comic book covers over the years. Explore some of them here, from his acclaimed Hellblazer run past Preacher and beyond...
I already know what I'm going to do...
For the first time that anyone can remember when they're sober, Glenn's doing video tutorials. He'll film himself using a camera attached to another human, and make marks on paper or other medium using traditional items found around the home.
He Inked 10,000 pages and didn't think it too many
Glenn's stark and striking inks are given a little breathing room here. Enjoy the classic Slaine inks, or Thor, or Transmetropolitain, or some of the rest of Glenn's impressive body of work...
You're a bastard, John Constantine...
Glenn's pencilwork on everything from Lot13 to Edward Scissorhands is showcased here. Enjoy his grey and black and marvel at the rendering which has earned Glenn his well deserved reputation as a sought after penciller...
Burn in Hell, Gran'ma. You and alla your monsters...
Glenn is well know for his amazing run as the cover artist on Garth Ennis's Preacher. His process is well documented by Glenn himself in his book Dead or Alive. Enjoy some of the best examples here...
THANk YOU TO KICKSTARTER BACKERS : Porzio Mickael, Helen Back
Follow the instructions closely enough in these brand new, illustrated tutorials and you will soon render Glenn redundant when, as movies teach us, the student surpasses the master and kicks his head off in the last act.
Glenn's Covers are legion. Batman, Preacher, Hellblazer: All have fallen before the mighty brush of Fabry. And all have begged for mercy.
Ever wanted to send Glenn a poem about how wonderful he is? Request his toenail clippings for some sort of ritual? Now's your chance.
Why is Glenn Fabry? What makes him? Can he? All these questions and more are ignored roundly as Glenn goes off on one about how the sky frightens him, then talks about poo.
There's more to Glenn than just covers, you know. Sometimes he paints other stuff - actual paintings and i don't even know what. This is mostly paintings though. There's a monkey, if that helps...
original art for sale
Visit Berserker Art and browse Glenn's art for sale. Pencil sketches, artbooks and paintings are regularly updated so there's always something interesting to catch your eye...
Hello, My name's Glenn Fabry and I've been making a living out of drawing comics for about 30 years now.
It's a weird job, and I've got a weird name, and I look kind of weird as well.
When my uncle Jim died 15 years ago, we were then the only people called Fabry listed in the yellow pages in the south of England - Me, Mum, Dad, William (brother), Nikki (wife), and the kids Tom and Kitty.
Anyway - Bollocks to that - This is about making a living out of drawing for Comic books!!
Uncle Jim was at the D-Day landings in the Second World War. We took him to see Saving Private Ryan before he died, after the first sequence he leaned over and said to me " That's what it was like" Blood and gore all over the place. ( that's enough family history, Glenn)
Comics! that's whats it's all about.
This is going to be a walk through about how I do the stuff that I do concerning the art (and it is an art, for God's sake) of graphic sequential illustration (comic Books).
We are going to start off here at the very first step; (put in that quote from the Hobbit) Me and my mate Alan Mitchell (he's worked in comics for 30 years too) decided to try and create a Tintin - Asterix set up.
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