I've had some serious artist block since last September, then in April things started loosening up. This quarantine thing has really agreed with me. There have been a few outright flat misses but I feel that these represent some improvements in my overall style. The key has been, no matter how happy I am with a result, I can erase and do better. While there is still a ton of room for improvement, I am satisfied with where I am heading... and having just turned 50, I am happy with any progress at all.
The Producer of The Classic X-MEN Animated Series Says He's Had Talks with Disney+ About Reviving The ShowGeekTyrant Well... let's discuss. If I had my choice of a dropped X-Men property it would be Wolverine and the X-Men. It had a cleaner design and tighter story-line. I wouldn't looks a gift horse in the mouth [...]
XMEN / Early character and costume concepts by Tim Flattery It's the 20th anniversary year of the first X-Men film so let's look back at what might have been. These designs were created by Tim Flattery. My first impression was that these were pretty over designed but Cyclops and Jean's (?) uniforms have a bit [...]
Secret Wars (1984) YouTube user, ComicIsland, tells the tale of the original Secret Wars. This wasn’t Marvels first cross-over event but it was the one that became the template for all cross-overs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxgJHwnrV4U This is a re-posting of my original article on the now defunctQuantum-Multiverse from 16 June, 2015.
Greetings, True Believers! Today we bid a fond farewell to Marvel’s Avengers Alliance. September 30th marks the final day of this wonderfully simple game. I, for one, will miss it. Agent Bruce Wayne was my character name A few years ago I was pretty excited for this little game to come out. I liked the [...]