Brian Belanger is best known as the illustrator of the bestselling children’s novel The MacDougall Twins Mysteries with Sherlock Holmes: The Amazing Airship Adventure. His artwork has been featured in the anthology A Study In Terror: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Revolutionary Stories of Fear and the Supernatural, and on the websites and I Can Has Cheezburger. Brian was known for years as “Illustrator X” on the popular Sci Fi Saturday Night podcast. He co-created the graphic novel Twenty-Three Skidoo! with his brother Derrick Belanger, and is currently hard at work on The MacDougall Twins’ second adventure, The Case of the Violet Vampire, along with an illustrated book of monster-themed poetry.

  • Joined: July 2012


I made's Best Of list!

Wow! Just got the news that my piece “The Doctor’s Nightmare” made’s list of 11 Most Impressive Fan-Made Nightmare Before Christmas crossovers! Thanks everyone!
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Great review of my MacDougall Mysteries illustrated novel!

“Brian Belanger`s pictures of the MacDougalls, Holmes and Watson, and their world are delightfully whimsical and provide an exuberant feel to the story. Action shots of Jimmy and Emma riding a glider and traipsing around London are vivid and crisp, almost giving the black and white illustrations an inherent color.” / Thanks, Nerd Society! You can read the full review here --- http:/…
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Mugs! Travel mugs! Duvets!

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be updating my artwork for mugs, travel mugs and duvets. Please let me know if there’s a specific design that you’d like to see on a certain product --- I’d be happy to process your update request first!
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Sold out on Amazon!

WooHOOOO!!!!! The first volume of A Study In Terror: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Revolutionary Stories of Fear and the Supernatural (with cover and an article by yours truly) SOLD OUT on Amazon! How does a book SELL OUT on Amazon??? Thank you to everyone who’s picked up a copy; I really hope you enjoy the stories. They’re on a par with the best Lovecraftian stories of Bloch, B…
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