A Buffy Coloring Book coming your way this Fall

My friends at Dark Horse Comics will be releasing a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Adult Coloring Book” this fall.  This will present 45 black-and-white, detailed, and original illustrations — I submitted a few pages for this book so be on the lookout for that. Who knows, I might even do a coloring contest around the release of the book.  I’ll keep you posted.

  • Black and white, 96 pages
  • $14.99
  • Trade paperback, 10″ x 10″



New Serenity comic book mini-series announced at SDCC!

Who’s #1? This guy! Been working on this for quite some time but now the official word is out at SDCC. Look for Serenity: No Power in the ‘Verse #1 to be released on October 26, 2016. ‘Verse is a new six-issue mini-series written by Chris Roberson and drawn by yours truly. The publisher is Dark Horse Comics, of course.

Entertainment Weekly was one of the news sources to break the story.




Strangely Enough [March 2016]

Apologies for the radio silence…

The first Kabalounge eBlast will be going out at the end of this month and will feature my past work on Deadpool (now published as Deadpool Classics) — so make sure you sign-up now.  The sign-up form is located at the bottom of the Kabalounge website and under the “Email SignUp” tab on the FB page.

My appearances schedule now includes Motor City Comic Con and Denver Comic Con. In regards to the latter, you might remember that I had to cancel last year, but I’m making up for it this year by supplying art and design for their marketing and exclusive merchandise. More info on this is coming soon.

Finally, expect to see another Serenity mini-series coming your way called “No Power in the Verse” which will be six-issues with writer Chris Robson (writer of the iZombie TV Show).


Long Beach Comic Con 2015

I would like to thank everyone who stopped by my table during Long Beach Comic Con 2015 last weekend. Here are pictures of the cool folks who came by, commissions, plus the merch and swag available.

Featured image: Maya Dinerstein aka Ask Kaylee Frye shows off one of Georges’ “Lil Damn Heroes” t-shirts that were available at the KabaLounge table during Long Beach Comic Con 2015. ‪#‎AskKayleeFrye‬

Serenity LOTW Sketchbooks are here!

Attention Serenity/Firefly fans, I just got the new Serenity LOTW sketchbooks in the studio today, just in time for Dragon Con and Long Beach Comic Con 2015!

Already know you want a sketchbook [CLICK HERE]

Here are the official details:

It’s comic book-sized (6.5″ x 10″) and 32 pages of awesome “Serenity” thumbnails, preliminary sketches, never before seen behind-the-scenes and other miscellaneous drawings from Georges’ run on the ‘Serenity: Leaves on the Wind’ comic book limited series and collector’s editions.

But you don’t have to wait until a comic con to get your hands on one of these sketchbooks. Get yours NOW through Kabalounge.com — signed and complete with a cover head sketch by Georges.

The sketchbooks are $20 each (plus shipping) and please be sure to indicate which character(s) head sketch you would like when purchasing.

Book Dimensions:

– 6.5′ x 10′ (comic book-sized; square bound)
– 32 pages
– Color cover and back cover
– B&W interior

SketchBook Price: $20.00 (each)
U.S. Postage & Shipping: $5.00

Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.


Outside of U.S. Orders

Outside of U.S. Postage & Shipping is $11.00 for each sketchbook.

Contact Georges for more information at Georges [at] kabalounge.com, or you can reach him through Kabalounge’s Facebook or Twitter accounts:



Here’s Serenity!

Since August, Dark Horse Comics has been teasing about the future of Joss Whedon’s Firefly/Serenity franchise on their website.  Rumors abound as everyone speculated that a new comic book was in the works, but who is the creative team?

Yesterday, Comic Book Resources reported that a new “Serenity” comic book is currently in the works with Georges at the art helm… the identity of the writer remains a secret for now.

This new comic book series will pick-up right where the movie left off, with Mal and crew still struggling through the shocking loss of friends Wash and Book, plus the fallout from exposing The Alliance as the creators of the Reavers — the scourge of the universe.

In the meantime, enjoy these exclusive images CBR posted yesterday on their website and stay tuned to the KabaLounge website and social networks as more information become available.

Original images posted at:




Buffy gives me butterflies!

Has it been 6 years already?

I started drawing “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in the fall of 2006.  Little did I know how this title, nay, this ‘verse, would consume my life… and I couldn’t be happier.  Even though at the time, there were many outside of Dark Horse who cautioned me about “derailing” my career to do a non-superhero book.

Buffy came into my life quite  by chance.  I wasn’t a fan.  I had never watched the show, and yet I got an email from the powers-that-be saying Joss Whedon really likes my work and wants me to draw this book.  Like the road less traveled,  I took the title fully expecting to only do about 4 or 5 issues and that would be that.  Instead, Buffy became a part of my life and I took my first step into a much larger world!

“Season 8” was a huge learning curve for me as an artist and then later as a Buffy fan.  If I was going to draw them, I had to get to know these characters inside and out, never once did I expect to fall in love with them.  I took the job as an assignment, but somewhere along the way, it became a labor of love.

When “Season 9” came around, Joss and I had a conversation that was part “What do you think?” and part “Do you want to come back?”.  In this day and age of 1 to 4 issue commitments, maybe he was a little cautious of having an artist staying so long on a book, but he needn’t have worried.  I answered with a question of my own. “Are you coming back?” “Yes!” was his answer.  And that was it for me.  I was in for another tour of duty.

Where as “Season 8” was vast, chaotic and a little scattered, “Season 9” was more streamlined.  In the history of the Buffy mythology, I think Seasons 8 and 9 stand up to anything from the TV show’s seasons 1-7.  They’re strong, gutsy and the characters grow.  Boy did they grow!  I have the distinction of drawing scenes of these characters that will be remembered forever.  It was exciting, and I’m eternally grateful.  By the way, all of those television episodes (even the Angel ones) are now part of my personal collection.

Sometimes, at conventions, people will ask me do I think it’s going to hurt my career always being associated with Buffy and not, say X-Men or Batman?  And with a sheepish grin, I always say that if Buffy is the only thing that I’m known for, after a hopefully long career run, then I have had a great career.  I don’t ever expect to stray too far from Buffy.  I believe she’ll always be a part of my life personally and professionally.

When I started this book 6 years ago, I felt this electric feeling in my belly all through “Season 8”.  I thought it was just nerves.  That feeling continued over the years, and towards the end of “Season 9” I was getting those feelings again.  It wasn’t until I finished this season that I figured out what that feeling was.  Butterflies.

Buffy gives me butterflies.

And that, my friends, makes all the difference!

Georges Jeanty
Long Beach, CA
September, 2013

Joker’s Daughter teased in DC Comics backstory!

In this week’s DC Comics backstory feature, Channel 52, we got a glimpse of their 52 version of the Joker’s Daughter.  Georges is currently working on pencils for her debut story, in Batman: The Dark Knight #23.4.

See this new villain in all her ‘gory’, when she makes her first appearance during the Villain’s Month story arc that will rip through the DC Universe this fall.

Want a peek at what’s to come?  Check out this character design Bob Harras posted on DC’s website sometime ago.



KabaLounge would like to thank everyone who entered our first contest! Keep your eyes on this website for more contests in the near future. But now, we would like to congratulate our winner…


who wrote:

The big 3-0, How many slayers make it to that? Buffy should get a spiffy plaque or shiny button “I’m a slayer ask me how… I got to 30!”

Congrats! You have won a page of original art from Season 8 drawn by Georges Jeanty!

You will receive info at the e-mail address you gave us on how to collect your prize!


We would also like to give honorable mention to the runner-up comments…

Skytteflickan88: A snoopy gang performance from Xander. Possibly from the entire gang.

Cameron: To Wake up one day and have Angel and Spike lying in the bed with her with nothing on lol, And satsu serving breakfast for buffy.

P Newman: You know that scnee in Sweet Home Alabama where Reese Witherspoon gets to pick out any ring she wants? I’d give Buffy that but with shoes.

loyden: Buffy gets a burger named after her at the “Doublemeat Palace”

crazycindy: her mom…Joyce coming back for one entire day as but not as a ghost so that buffy be able to hug her.

Arron S: A mystical Easy Bake Oven with an existential cookie dough timer to keep Buffy on track with her love life. Now with cinnamon lip gloss accessories!

passionbuffy: A drawing by Georges Jeanty, representing her as Power Girl, in a battle with Der Kinderstod, to protect cousin Celia.

Ryan: Gilesbot. Stronger. Faster. More British than before.

P Newman: The cancellation of TRUE BLOOD. That show has got to piss her off.

loyden: Buffy gets to play herself in a broadway musical version of “Once More With Feeling”

Mike D: A big button that reads “I’m the Slayer, ask me how.”

Donna Nicholson: For Buffy to meet Joss.

Ryan: A can of instant Dawn-away*. *Product may cause your memories to change.

Once again, thanks for your comments! They were awesome! Look for more contests in the near future! — Tone Ellis, KabaLounge Webmaster




Buffy’s birthday is on January 19th (which happens to be when issue #40 comes out). So we’re throwing her a birthday party, and you’re invited!

KabaLounge.com asks:  If you could give Buffy Summers one birthday gift, what would it be?

Send us your creative idea for the perfect birthday gift for Buffy.

“And what do I get?!” you ask.

One (1) winner will receive a page of original art from Season 8 drawn by Georges Jeanty!

We’ll keep THE RULES simple:

  1. Send us your idea by leaving a comment at the bottom of our contest page. Go to www.kabalounge.com or go directly to our contest page by pasting this address in your browser: http://kabalounge.com/kaba/2011/01/11/buffy-bday-cont-page
  2. Gift idea can be no more than 140 characters (with spaces).
  3. You can send as many gift ideas as you like.  One gift idea per comment.
  4. The gift idea can be sensible or as outrageous as you want it to be.  Some of the better suggestions will be posted on the Lounge.
  5. Deadline for entries are 12:00pm EST, January 17, 2011.
  6. The winner will be announced on KabaLounge.com, 12:00pm EST, on January 19, 2011.
  7. If there are similar entries they will be judged on creativity and originality, so put your thinking caps on and give us your best.  Remember, it’s for Buffy!
  8. Judging will be done by the Lounge, and all decisions will be final.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!  Good luck!KabaLounge Webmaster

The Totally Awesome-ly Buffy Season 8 DVD/Blu-Ray Info


Looks like the Blu-ray/DVD release of the Buffy: Season 8 Motion Comic will hit stores January 4, 2011.  And according to Amazon it will include the following.

Disc 1 Blue-Ray:

  • Under Buffy’s Spell
  • The Buffy Trivia Experience
  • Comic Book Covers and Art Gallery

Disc 2 DVD Side A:

  • The Buffy Trivia Experience

Disc 2 DVD Side B:

  • Under Buffy’s Spell
  • The Buffy Trivia Experience
  • Comic Book Covers and Art Gallery
  • Create Your Own Graphic Novel

Also, it will have will have a limited edition Jo Chen packaging and a collectible reprint of issue #1.

List of Buffy Season 8: Collected Editions

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 6: Retreat was just rated #7 on Amazon.com’s Best Comics & Graphic Novels of 2010 !

For your holiday shopping… Here’s a list of of Buffy Season 8 Collected Editions / Trade Paper Backs that has been released so far…

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 1:
The Long Way Home

* Collecting the first five issues of Season Eight.
* A New York Times Bestselling series!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 2:
No Future for You

* Collecting issue #6-10 of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight series.
* The first two volumes of Buffy Season Eight have combined to sell over 160,000 copies!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 3:
Wolves at the Gate

* Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight #11–15
* Includes the stand-alone issue written by Buffy creator Joss Whedon, “A Beautiful Sunset.”
* The first three volumes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight have combined to sell over 220,000 copies!
* A New York Times Bestseller!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 4:
Time of Your Life

* Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight #16–20
* Includes the highly anticipated Buffy/Fray crossover, “Time of Your Life,” and “After These Messages . . . We’ll Be Right Back,” written by Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween)!
* A New York Times bestseller!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 5:
Predators and Prey

* Collects issues #21-#25 and the short stories “Harmony Bites” and “Vampy Cat Play Friend” from MySpace Dark Horse Presents!
* A New York Times bestseller!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 6:

* Collects issues #26-#30 of the ongoing series.
* A New York Times bestseller!
* Rated #7 on Amazon.com’s Best Comics & Graphic Novels of 2010!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight Volume 7:

* Collects Buffy Season Eight #31 – #35, and the Willow one-shot.