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
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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
Happy New Year, Everybody! The colors on this one scanned a little lighter than they are on the actual piece. This is another original piece of art for one of our supporters of the 2017 Die Kitty Die Hollywood Or Bust Kickstarter campaign. Packages are still going out all the time, Folks so I
The 2017 Die Kitty Die Hollywood Or Bust Kickstarter rewards continue to roll out! Here is a 9″ x 12″ marker sketch I did for one of our supporters featuring our title character, Kitty Ravencraft, with that other comic book witch, Sabrina the Teen-Age Witch. I’ve mentioned in a recent post our plans for 2018.
It’s that time of year again, Everybody! No. I’m not talking about the end of the year. I’m talking about that time of year when my fellow Die Kitty Die co-creator, Dan Parent, and I have to pack and ship out our reward packages for all of our supporters of our 2017 Die Kitty Die
Betty as Supergirl remains one of my all-time most popular sketches. I draw her often because she doesn’t tend to last long in my portfolio. This time I chose to outfit SuperBetty in the costume Supergirl wore in the late 1970’s and very early 1980’s. I know its become popular to knock this look as
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.
This week I’m working on a few different projects. I’m still working on the Menage A 3 Zombie Special. I’m in the middle of a Die Kitty Die project that we’ll be announcing in a few days. Plus, I’ve got a number of commissions that I’m working on like this one… my latest mash-up,
Just in time for everybody’s Christmas Shopping, my fellow Die Kitty Die co-creator, Dan Parent, and I have started an Astrocomix eBay store! Now you have another avenue to pick up Die Kitty Die books directly from us! These books come signed and include a unique, original sketch inside. We’re also offering a number