Richard Pace is a long-time veteran of the comic book industry, having either been written or drawn for every major comic company in the industry. Career highlights include his mainstream comics art debut on Terror Inc. for Marvel, writing Pitt Crew and the last few issues of Dale Keown's Pitt and co-writing Batman: The Doom that Came to Gotham with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. He also had the honour of bringing the legendary Alan Moore's songs to life as one of the artists on Alan Moore's Songbook.
More recently, he's the well-known cover artist for the DC/Vertigo series Imaginary Fiends and with soon be launching an ongoing series on which he takes care of the art duties called, Second Coming featuring a story where Jesus rooms with a Superman archetype. The series is to be released on July 10, 2019, by Ahoy Comics.
In an exclusive interview with Speech Bubble, Richard explains why Second Coming was canceled by DC/Vertigo and picked up by Ahoy. He also reveals how he avoided the slush pile at Marvel Comics and why he became a primary target of the alt-right Comicsgate movement. This episode is sponsored by Hairy Tarantula
Original art from Richard
Second Coming Comes to Ahoy Comics
Batman: The Doom that Came to Gotham