Tag: Jason Young

1399. Spider-Man Riding a Unicycle

A collabo. Pencils & colors by me, inked by Jason Young, conceptualized by Joe Grunenwald. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

1352. Queen Opia

My pals Jason Young & Matt Brassfield have a comic called DEFENDERS OF THE PLANETS. It’s a sword/sorcery/sci-fi yarn in the vein of MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE. When I was putting together my list for Ladies’ Month, Jason suggested the Queen from DOTP. More than happy to oblige. Buy DOTP from Sparkle Comics. ***I’m still …

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1270. Dave the Killer Whale

My pal Jason Young created this character when he was but a wee lad. Which would partly explain why Dave is actually a narwhal and not a killer whale. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

842a. Crotchshot

On today’s milestone 350th episode of Gutter Trash, we review Fred Van Lente & Ryan Dunlavey’s THE COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF COMICS. It’s incredibly informative, educational, and entertaining. And, Van Lente & Dunlavey create the single greatest comic character within the pages of CBHoC. So great, that my pal and Gutter Trash co-host Jason Young …

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Defenders of the Planets

So now that it’s official, I can show this off. This is the variant cover to Defenders of the Planets #1, coming soon and available only at Mavericks Cards and Comics, from my friends Matt Brassfield & Jason Young at SPARKLE COMICS. Check out the regular cover by series artist Jason Young while you’re clicking …

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747. The World Was Wide Enough

So. My friend Joe G.’s birthday was yesterday. I coerced our friend Jason Young into a quick collabo to give to Joe as a birthday gift. Joe and his wife are big fans of the musical Hamilton, and Jason and I thought it’d be an interesting experiment to draw something other than The Flash, Kid …

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700. Shaft

…aaaaaand done. Rob Liefeld Month comes to an end, Jason Young Month also comes to an end, as does the year 2016. You know I always love an archer, but what little OCD I have insists that they have strings on their bows. Sorry for going off-model. So this was fun, and a little weird. …

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699. Combat

I can’t tell you why, but this is my favorite drawing I did for Rob Liefeld Month. Seriously. Something about this. Even as I stared at it, trying to convince myself to add more detail, and forcing myself not to, I really like how this turned out. My Art Store Commission Info

698. Seahawk

Batman of the sea. My Art Store Commission Info

697. Vogue

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