I really love to design, draw, and make graphics of every type. While I don't get much for each sale, I do get a few bucks which is pretty nice. Check out my store on TeePublic for apparel, mugs, stickers and more.
This came in the mail today, a Hasbro G.I. Joe V.A.M.P. from 1982. There are a few issues with it, such as the steering wheel is wrong, the guns are pretty beat up and the roll bars are busted in two spots. No worries, I love it. Clutch, on the other hand is in… Continue reading Mail Call: G.I. Joe V.A.M.P. (1982)
Today was somewhat of a free day for me. I took it off for one reason, but something else came up. All of that aside Mrs. Multiverse and I went out for Sushi then visited a few local antique malls. Here is my haul, all for under $20 (US). Mystery Figure First… Continue reading My Vintage Shopping Day Finds for Under $20
Inspired by the character's ties to Greek mythology, the Wonder Woman: Princess of Themyscira Statue reimagines her as a classical Greek sculpture. Paying homage to the famous Venus de Milo, the marble-colored polyresin statue measures 12 inches from the base of the plinth to the top of the spear and features gold-accented versions of… Continue reading Wonder Woman: Princess of Themyscira Statue
Back in the late 70's I picked this incredible story up in a bulk buy deal. It was my very first "What-If" comic, and it blew my mind. The concept of a story set in a version of the Marvel universe that never existed was incredible to me. I think it is prime fodder… Continue reading Avengers of the 1950: What-If Marvel Animates this Story from 1978?
For a very long time I've wanted to do this design. It is from Jack Kirby's illustration of Dr. Steel from the packing for that classic Mattel toy. Recreating the line art using nothing by shapes was a pain, but it's scalable to any size. As what is virtually the digital inker of the… Continue reading Big Jim’s P.A.C.K. – Dr. Steel
This infographic was originally posted back in November of 2015. Time for it to make a comeback. I really enjoy the infographics that HalloweenCostumes.com posts. I hope they continue the practice. Image Created by HalloweenCostumes.com