This is a piece that I have been refining since last Thursday. Namora went from a rough sketch break, to a larger piece then I started over on to this one. In this case, I went too far. Too much ink and too much whiteout. She looks a lot better in this flash photo… Continue reading Long before Mera, there was Namora of Atlantis
While the 1994 animated Spider-Man isn't my favorite version of the character, it really encapsulated what it is to be Peter Parker. The stories were solid, even though the designs were simplified for a lower budget animated show. I fired the first episode up this morning and was moved by how well it served… Continue reading Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1994)
So #Morbius is happening. Morbius the Living Vampire is actually going to be a thing now. To top that, Jared Leto is going to be playing this villain... no not a villain, more of a tragic character who is brought down by his own desires. There are good scientists and mad ones, Michael Morbius… Continue reading Morbius? The Living Vampire? Very cool!
To be more detailed, what was your first series that you were aboard on from issue number one? Mini-Series won't count for this one. After some thought, I thought that The New Teen Titans was my first, but I discovered them in their fourth issue then scrambled to collect the previous three.… Continue reading What was Your First Comic Book Series?
I am still absolutely digging this piece by Ron Frenz. It's inspiring! When I first received the book, How to Draw the Marvel Way, back in 1981, the vision was the very first character that I drew. He is still a favorite of mine to this day, perhaps that is why this image resonates with… Continue reading The Vision by Ron Frenz
So there was some surprise news from Marvel recently. They announced that the Fantastic Four would be making a return to the Marvel Universe proper. Everybody lost it. What did it mean? Many are saying that this confirms the FF film rights being returned to Marvel. While I don't doubt that outcome, I… Continue reading At the Crossroads: The Journey Back to the Fantastic Four