ARCHIE # 610 cover
Here is the cover to ARCHIE # 610 which was Part 1 of the four-part revival of The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.. The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. was one of the most fun projects I was ever involved with. A big part of the thrill was working with writer, the legendary editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, Tom DeFalco,
BETTY & VERONICA #255 cover
I didn’t get to do many covers for the main BETTY & VERONICA book, but here’s a nice one that features a good number of the Archie gang. Personally, this one was notable because it was one of the few covers I pencilled that was inked by my former student, Fabio Redivo, during his all-too
Here is a black and white pen and ink illustration for the short story, “SOULMATES” by Scott Young.
ARCHIE 1 cover art
This piece was originally done as an intro page for the Archie 1 stories being reprinted in the Archie digests. Archie 1 were a series of stories featuring the ancestors of the Riverdale gang back in the Stone Age. Most of them seemed to have been done by one of my all-time favorite Archie artists,
BETTY & VERONICA DOUBLE DIGEST #213 cover
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,
Here’s a piece I did for a sketch book I never finished putting together. Yes. That’s my face on the Iron Ghost’s screen. The colors and textures were all done by the talented Anwar Hanano!
RIVAL Splash Page
This was the opening splash page for RIVAL, a ten page independent comic book story I was commissioned to draw.
From Star Wars, here’s Snaggletooth, one of those familiar background faces in the notorious Cantina scene. I’ve loved this guy since I got his action figure as a kid!
Batman here was drawn as a sketch card at one of my convention appearances! Of all the sketch cards that I draw, Batman of course is among the most popular. Every time I draw a Batman, I’m not hanging on to him for long.
Yoda here was started as a demonstration with gouache in one of my classes. He was bought by one of my former students a few years ago at New York Comic Con.