The cover to BETTY & VERONICA DOUBLE DIGEST #213 remains one of my most popular covers ever. I offer it as a print and display it at conventions where it often draws attention and stops traffic. The original art is in the impressive private collection of my friend, fellow Kubert School instructor and Archie artist,
Category Archives: Comic Book Illustrator
This was the opening splash page for RIVAL, a ten page independent comic book story I was commissioned to draw.
Here is another of my favorite moments from a series full of favorite moments, ARCHIE VS PREDATOR. This was Page 2 from AVP #2 where poor POP TATE gets his head literally blown off his shoulders by the Predator. This was another of those moments, because it was still early enough in the series, where
This was another favorite page from ARCHIE VS PREDATOR #1. This one features the ship that brings the Predator to Earth. I designed this by merging elements from various different Predator ships that I found in my research. This page also features headshots of each character across the bottom. I love everyone’s line of dialogue
This was the page that showed the World that ARCHIE VS PREDATOR was playing for keeps. Here the Predator has killed, skinned, and strung up the Blossom Twins, Cheryl and Jason. At this point in the series, I still wasn’t sure what I was going to be allowed to get away with, but when it
One of my favorite pages from the entire ARCHIE VS PREDATOR series. This is Page 10 from the climactic AVP #4.
Here is my variant cover for IDW’s BACK TO THE FUTURE #3. IDW is celebrating Archie’s 75th Anniversary by having Archie-themed variant covers on a number of their books. For this cover, I did the pencilling and inking, and my usual colorist, the talented, Anwar Hanano did the coloring. Many of the special effects you
This was the cover to an issue of the popular LIFE WITH ARCHIE magazine which I pencilled for three years. Unlike most covers, this one was never inked. The colors were added by Archie’s coloring master, Tito Pena, directly over my pencils for a more painterly, pulp magazine look.