Tag: DC Comics

015 – Aztek

Today is my friend Joe Grunenwald’s birthday. I’ve known Joe for over 10 years or so. We worked together briefly at Maverick’s, our local comic shop. He was still in high school, and I was otherwise unemployed, recently fired from my first “career” job out of art school. I always liked Joe, but for whatever …

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009 – Eradicator

This drawing was inspired by Dennis Culver. On his blog, he’s been redesigning DC characters to fit into the whole “Batman, Inc.” thing. They are fantastic designs and ideas (seriously, DC Comics, you need to wake up and do a Wally West as Batman of Keystone series. NOW.). Anyhow, I just wanted to play in …

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007 – Question & Answer

So, Mike Norton is this crazy talented artist whose work deserves a higher profile. He’s worked steadily for years, and seems to be quite popular, but he’s far from an A-Lister. I admire his ability to change his style to work for whatever project he’s doing. He currently has the gig for the Young Justice …

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004 – Blue Beetle

So yeah. Expect to see this guy pop up a few more times. Anyhoo, completely unknown to me at the time I started doing this, my friend and colleague Pat Kain had already been doing this for almost two weeks! Check out his sketch-a-day blog at pbkain.com. I’m sad to admit that I had no …

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003 – Black Panther and Wildcat

Black Panther is the very first drawing posted on this blog (back when it was at blogspot). I figured it fitting to have a new B.P. sketch early on in this experiment. Added in Wildcat for kicks.

Power Girl

This is another piece that I had drawn before, but was completely unhappy with how it turned out, stylistically. It’s also an attempt to draw more female characters, and in a style similar to some other drawings on the blog. Anyway, Power Girl. She’s a huge hit, a massive fan favorite. The size of her …

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