Recently, I came across a few of the Archie newspaper comic strips that I drew for Archie Comics a few years ago. I don’t have many of these left, but once upon a time I had a good bunch. I drew the strip for the final years of its original run. The strip is still
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Now it can be revealed! Here is my cover art for the first issue of our newest Die Kitty Die adventure, Die Kitty Die Heaven & Hell. On this one, I provided the pencils and inks and Dan Parent added the beautiful colors and cover graphics. He did a great job with this one. Here
Just in time for Throwback Thursday! I reached far back into my archives to dig these up! These are the only pages I ever did featuring Archie Comics’ long-running licensed hit, Sonic The Hedgehog. Please be kind! These pages are over fifteen years old! The story behind these pages isn’t very remarkable… or flattering! Sometime
It’s 2018 and the 2018 comic book convention season is right around the corner. Nothing has been posted yet but my Die Kitty Die co-collaborator, Dan Parent, and I are down for a few of our favorite shows already. I’ll certainly be posting these stops on my Events page as we get closer to them.
Everybody wants to ink the F-Man! Last week I posted my homage to the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3 as inked by my colleague at the Kubert School, the great Mike Sellers, who did an amazing job as you can see here: Now Josh Maikis, one of my talented third year students
I posted the pencils to this one a couple of weeks ago and now here are my finished inks. This was a fun one. As I mentioned when I posted the pencils, I’ve always enjoyed the Marvel Family and the cover to The Fantastic Four #12, to which this is an homage, is one
A few months ago, I posted my pencils to my homage to the classic cover for The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3 featuring Spidey, the Hulk, and a great selection of Avengers. My fellow instructor at the Kubert School, inker extraordinaire, Mike Sellers, decided to ink it himself and here is the beautiful result. He
I posted a preview snippet of this one last month. Now I can show the inks for the entire piece. Here is a re-imagining of Jack Kirby’s classic cover for the iconic The Fantastic Four #1 from 1961. On this version, Marvel Comics’ FF is facing an earlier Kirby creation, DC Comics’ The Challengers of
Merry Christmas, Everybody! Now at long last it can be told! I can reveal my cover for Your Pal, Steve starring Steve Harvey! Okay. This isn’t a real cover for a real comic book. This was a private commission commissioned by my friend… and the very first ever Die Kitty Die cosplayer, the lovely Shannon
SHAZAM! Earlier this year, I’ve paid homage to one of my all time favorite comic book covers, Jack Kirby’s The Fantastic Four #12, from 1962. You can see the original cover here: Here is the revisitation of that cover that I drew: Once again, I’m revisiting this great classic composition with the new piece above.