Tag: Sketch

032 – Human Torch

Eh. Human Torch. He’s dead. Spoilers. My guess: He’ll be back in about 11 months, right around the time that the Fantastic Four comic would have reached issue #600.

031 – Silber

My friend Brian John Mitchell is kind of a jackass, but he’s a loveable one. He’s also super talented, extremely ambitious and the single most productive human being I’ve ever met. He owns and operates his own record label/comic publishing/web-zine empire called Silber Media. I think he’s also in 38 different bands, he’s constantly touring …

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030 – The Spectre

This did not turn out as I had hoped. I was able to channel my inner Burne Hogarth a little, though. John Ostrander and Tom Mandrake’s Spectre is one of the most underrated comics ever published, and it’s criminal that DC a) has never properly reprinted the book and b) soiled the character with Hal …

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029 – Peter Parker

I might try to draw more superhero secret identities. We’ll see.

027 – Zombie

I’ssa zombie. Oddly enough, I just started playing Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. Western zombies. I’m a little rattled right now.

026 – Barney Miller

Barney Miller was always a favorite show of mine as a kid, and one of the rare shows that, while dated, still really holds up. I wish there were more seasons available on DVD. By the way, the first person to tell me about Hulu, Vudu, Netflix Instant or FuckU or whatever else video streaming …

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019 – True Blood

So via Facebook and in the real world, several of my friends (many of them female) have gone on and on about how awesome the show True Blood is. To be honest, my love of vampires only goes so far, and the genre of brooding romantic vampires can all go fuck off. While I was …

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017 – Joker

I have a habit of making doodles of The Joker, and trying different styles and looks when I do. This is one.

014 – Owl

It’s an owl.

012 – Here there be Dragons

Part of the whole daily thing is that I want to try to do different things with the sketches/art. Whether I fail or not is inconsequential. By the way, I chalk this up as a failure. Anyhow, Savage Dragon. When Image Comics first started, Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon quickly became my favorite out of the …

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