Here is the colored version of my cover for DIE KITTY DIE #2. The colors are by my ever-reliable, very talented colorist… and former student… Anwar Hanano. Each individual issue of Die Kitty Die will have two separate covers. One will be drawn by myself and one will be drawn by Dan Parent. All of
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Here it is… for the FIRST TIME ANYWHERE… a sneak preview of my cover to DIE KITTY DIE #2! The response to Die Kitty Die #1, which as of this writing has been released only FOUR days ago, has been phenomenal. Everyone who has received their PDF has been very complimentary and kind in their
Here is my first page of a Tiffany Winters story for Pixie Trix Comix. This page appears in Eerie Cuties/ Magick Chicks #4 which is available through Pixie Trix’s online store! I’m inking my own pencils here as I’ll be doing for all of my upcoming work for Pixie Trix. It’s a fun gig drawing
I’ve been talking about this pretty openly online. I’ve held off making any sort of formal announcement until I did some thinking and until I told a few people privately first. I didn’t want my father, for instance to learn about this because my aunt read it to him off her Facebook feed. He’d only
Here is Page 2 to the story “Star-Crossed Lovers” written by Anthony Marques for the Image Comics series, Hoax Hunters. Unfortunately, I never finished pencilling the story. I should re-visit these pages. The story is eight pages long and all eight are in various stages of completion. I was pretty happy with how they were
This page was from a script entitled “STAR-CROSSED LOVERS,” written by my former student and current comic book professional, Anthony Marques. The story was for the popular Image Comics series HOAX HUNTERS. I had a good time designing the space worms in this story.
A second page pencilled from the script to an early issue of The Ultimates. The fight between Captain America and Giant-Man continues.
Here is a page pencilled from a script for a very early issue of Marvel Comics’ The Ultimates where Captain America himself, Steve Rogers throws a beating on Hank Pym for Hank’s earlier beating of the Wasp.
Here is a page of a Spider-Man story drawn from a sample script from Marvel Comics. The script as it turns out was written by my pal, former Marvel Comics Art Director and current fellow Kubert School instructor, Darren Auck. The script by design has a lot of good challenges in it and was a
This is the third page in the batch of sample pages I drew for Marvel Comics based on a script for the Avengers. On this page, it’s revealed that the mystery person the Avengers are fighting is some sort of “evil” Invisible Woman. By this point, I was getting more comfortable drawing that overly-noodled Iron