iFanboy Upstarts: Evan Palmer

Some of today’s most vibrant creators came to comics from different fields, and some even split their time between comics and another medium. Take Gabriel Hardman: in comics he draws Hulk and an upcoming run on Secret Avengers, but he also balances a healthy workload in movies doing storyboards for the likes of Inception, The Dark Knight Rises and even all three Austin Powers movies. And he’s not alone; today’s iFanboy Upstart follows another artist who splits his time between two mediums, and his name if Evan Palmer.

Evan Palmer has a busy life. For the past three years he’s been Production Manager at PUNY, a studio who does a good deal of work on the hit series Yo Gabba Gabba!. Before that he worked as an assistant to Unwritten artist Peter Gross, following up after Saucer Country artist Ryan Kelly who was also Gross’ assistant for a time. But between all of that, Palmer has also endeavored to create comics of his own. Palmer’s created a handful of interesting comic stories that have appeared online in places like Top Shelf 2.0 and Minneapolis’ City Pages, showing off  a luxurious ligne claire style with evocative coloring work Palmer does himself. After doing his monster blog Sucker Monster Creatures and the webcomic Doctor Mystery, Palmer is currently working on a series called The Godins he hopes to have picked up by a publisher.
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Check out this below sample of his work, and go to Palmer’s website for more. What do you think?


  1. Great, now I desperately want to see him draw an adaptation of the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy. Just great. Consider his books bought.

  2. that’s pretty fantastic

  3. This is awesome. Thanks, Chris.

  4. Wow, this one really brought something new to the table for me. Thanks!

  5. This work is wonderful. I love how distinct his voice and choices are. Thanks iFanboy to introducing us to another artist!