Tag: DC Comics

078 – Bruce Wayne

I don’t much care for Alex Ross, but I’ve always liked his take on Bruce Wayne, a broken, scarred, gigantic human being.

077 – John Stewart

I’ve drawn a lot of Green Lanterns for this blog over the years, but never a Hal Boredom. Maybe I’ll make that a mini-challenge. Eh, probably not, I’ll wind up drawing him someday. But he is my least favorite Lantern, while Mr. Stewart here is in the top 5. Plus, The Daily Show is great.

066 – Adam West Batman

Really tight on time this week, so here’s a post-it sketch I did of Adam West as Batman. Also included is another drawing of Adam West as Batman that I did a few years ago. I think it’s a better piece, but didn’t want to blatantly use an old drawing for today’s entry. Ok, back …

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063 – Batman

Testing out the Pentel Pocket Brush in my sketchbook as I waited to get new tires installed. Surprised it took me this long to get a Batman sketch up during the sketch-a-day quest.

062 – Kid Flash

Just testing out the Kuretake Brush Pen with a Kid Flash sketch.

055 – SPACE Sketch 4

048 – Johnny Quick

Johnny Quick is the Crime Syndicate’s evil Flash, who mainlines a (literal) speed drug. Not as awesome as any Reverse Flash, and not the heroic Golden Age Johnny Quick. Oh well. He looks cool (the original CSA Johnny Quick does not).

047 – Owlman

Owlman, the Crime Syndicate version of Batman. He’s an amazing character in Grant Morrison’s Earth 2 graphic novel, and that is totally trumped by the version of the character in the Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths direct-to-DVD movie. Plus he’s voiced by James Woods, which is simply awesome.

046 – Ultraman

Ultraman, the Superman of Earth 3 (or Earth 2 if you’re a Grant Morrison fan). He is the evil leader of the Crime Syndicate of Amerika. I love dopplegangers, especially evil opposites. Morrison’s Earth 2 graphic novel is a major highlight of his JLA work. Highly recommended if you haven’t read it.

045 – John Constantine: Hellblazer

Hellblazer is my favorite non-superhero ongoing comic, I’ve been reading it for years, and only once has it ever gotten to a point where I thought I might drop it (author Denise Mina’s run a few years ago, for what it’s worth). I’m even one of the only people who love Paul Jenkins’ run on …

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