Tag: blank sketch cover

603. Thor

Thor sketch cover, soon to be available. My Art Store Commission Info

598. Supergirl

598. Supergirl

Supergirl sketch cover (back cover), part 2. I always wanted to draw Supergirl in her 70s booty-shorts costume. This cover, per usual, is available at my store. Link below. My Art Store Commission Info

597. Supergirl

Supergirl sketch cover, part 1. My Art Store Commission Info

580. The Misfits

They are THE MISFITS, their songs are better! As with all my sketch covers, it is available for sale on my store. I’d sell it for $138 if I could, but I think the current price is more than fair. My Art Store Commission Info

555. G.I. Joe

My tribute/parody of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #21, the infamous silent issue, original cover drawn by Larry Hama and Klaus Janson. This is, of course, available for sale along with all my other sketch covers (except one) at my store.

545. Justice League of America

545. Justice League of America

I was at my friend Jason’s house and had brought along this Justice League sketch cover to work on. My initial idea was to recreate an old JLA cover. Jason had recently bought a book called Fucked Up & Photocopied, a collection of old punk rock fliers and posters, many of them hand drawn and …

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532. Scarlet Spider

532. Scarlet Spider

Even if I had wanted to draw the version of Scarlet Spider featured in this comic (which I didn’t), he doesn’t appear in costume at all throughout this issue. Good move, Marvel. Besides, the OG Scarlet Spider is so deliciously bad, I just had to draw it. Anyway, I’ll be putting this up for sale …

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515. The Walking Dead

515. The Walking Dead

Why would I want to draw any of the dumb human meat from this book or show when I could draw a ZOMBIE?

513. Morbius, The Living Vampire

513. Morbius, The Living Vampire

I bought this sketch cover to draw an awesome Morbius, demand be damned. But hell, you never know what’ll sell. At Heroes, I sold two original pieces of art, and it wasn’t a Batman, Deadpool, or Harley Quinn. It was The Munsters and Man-Wolf. Before that, the last original I sold was The Question. So, …

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512. Joker

512. Joker

Hey, what if I drew the Ceasar Romero version of the Joker? Well, sir, it would look like ass.