Lubbock’s Comics Connections: Nicholas Webb

Yes, as a matter of fact, we are doing an awful lot of this series on Lubbockites who work in comics, cartooning, and animation. The Lubbock Comic Book Expo is coming up in just a little more than a week, and there are a lot of local artists who’ll be appearing there. So I want to spotlight as many of them as I can — comics reviews can wait. Today, we’re taking a quick look at Nicholas Webb.


Nicholas Webb was born here in Lubbock and graduated from Abernathy High School in 2003. He studied at the Art Institute in Dallas, but is now back in Lubbock.


He has worked as a sprite animator for a cell phone game called “Shadow of the Incubus” and was the colorist and letterer for Issues 11 and 14 of a comic called “Reynard City.” He also drew the cover for Issue 14 and will be the penciller for a future issue of the series.


Again, Nicholas is going to have a table at the Comic Expo on May 2 at the Civic Center. He’s just one of many extremely talented artists who’ll be on hand. Don’t miss the chance to stop by and say hi.

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  1. Will Terrell Said,

    April 24, 2009 @ 1:44 pm

    You can see more of Nicks artwork here…

  2. sissy moore Said,

    April 24, 2009 @ 11:04 pm

    Nick’s work is some of the best I’ve ever seen, his love for art is seen in his work.

  3. Will Turner Said,

    April 25, 2009 @ 3:46 am

    It has to be said Nick is a passionate, driven artist with the quality to back it up, I’ve been very impressed with him.

  4. Will Terrell Said,

    April 27, 2009 @ 12:20 pm

    I’m truly amazed at how well Nick has done. He’s only been part of the Sketch Club for a little over a year and his work has improved faster than anyone I’ve known. And that’s saying a lot! This kid is going to do big things someday.

  5. Lolwut Said,

    May 3, 2009 @ 8:54 pm

    Aw, so legit criticisms aren’t allowed?

    Obvious trolls with fake e-mail addresses get deleted. Don’t like it? Don’t be an obvious troll with a fake e-mail address.