Kamen Rider

Patron Reward. I drew this guy once digitally. It’s a neat, fun design. I will draw almost anything you ask if you become a Patron too! Link below.

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Superman

The Son of Kal-El, a Patron reward. Let me be your monthly sketch man. For money. Link below.

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Rainbow Batman

Happy Pride! I realize that me saying this is not as good as someone whose life is directly affected by the LGBTQ experience. I am a cishet dude (well, like 85% het) who literally only knows 2 lesbians and to call them friends is to stretch the definition of “friend” beyond snapping. To be fair, I am an incredibly introverted, insular person. I only have like 4 friends, and I’ve known them all for a very long time and quite frankly, I’m not in the market to know any more people than I already do. All people are a fucking chore. That said, better me wishing everyone in the LGBTQ community a good Pride month over, say, fucking Burger King or Walmart, right?

Anyhoozlebee, one of my four friends posted this tweet, which inspired me to draw Rainbow Batman. It’s a fun costume that I really wanted to draw, and yes, I totally stole the legendary Frank Miller splash page from Dark Knight Returns.

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Dracula Week: Dell Comics

The superhero scientist descendant of Dracula (Aloysius Ulysses Card), determined to rehabilitate his family’s name, along with his lovely sidekick B.B. Beebe – also known as Fleeta.

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Dracula Week: Klaus

Werner Herzog’s favorite person.

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Dracula Week: Al

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Dracula Week: William

Ok, not Dracula, but William Marshall’s Blacula couldn’t be passed up.

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Dracula Week: Christopher

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Dracula Week: Gary

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Dracula Week: Bela

It’s Dracula Week. Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel was first published on May 26, 1897. I first read the novel when I was in 3rd grade, roughly 1986. To say I understood it entirely would be a drastic overstatement. I was 8. But I had been obsessed with horror and monsters since as long as I can hold a memory, and chief among them was the king of the gentleman vampires, Vlad Tepes, Count Dracula himself. To celebrate this non-milestone anniversary, I’m posting a Dracula sketch every day this week. It will be, mostly, the most famous portrayals of the character. No real surprises to be expected, just me having fun and paying tribute to a life-long obsession.

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