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Back in the mid 2000’s, I came up with the concept of a character who handed down the mantle of his identity. The first learned about two legendary heroes, one from Middle Ages France, the other from Feudal Japan. … Continue reading Legacy Hero: Ranger Zero
So in the 1980’s, Ninja were like a force of nature. They caused more mayhem and damage than any natural disaster. From over complicated plans by evil masterminds, to simple plot devices, Ninja were always there to save the … Continue reading American Ninja
As an aficionado of animation, or cartoon nerd if you must, this classic is is one of my all time favorites. I cannot believe that it is 52 years old this year. Yep, in 1966 the world was treated … Continue reading It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
Way back when the internet was new this was my hobby. Using MS Paint, I used to take Bruce Timm’s character sheets from Batman:TAS and Superman:TAS and create different characters. I found a website that focused on this run … Continue reading Character Reference Sheet Manipulations
What was your favorite version of the Count? Pedestrian as they may be, my choices are Lugosi, Lee, and Oldman. Each one of these men brought something special to the role of the undead master of the … Continue reading What was Your Favorite Version of Dracula?
My first reaction to the Batwoman outfit was pretty positive. The cape is a bit wispy but the texture of the suit is pretty nice. Like Michael Keaton’s Batman 89 gear, I think that this this is a costume … Continue reading Melissa Benoist shares a BTS photo with Batwoman on Instagram
This perfect panel is from Star Wars issue #2, page 6, 1977. It was drawn by Howard Chaykin, colored by Steve Leialoha, and lettered by Tom Orzechowski. The issue was edited by Roy Thomas. This one panel conveys as … Continue reading One Perfect Panel ~ Star Wars #2