Tag: Grant Morrison


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For sale on eBay now! DC Comics’ Grant Morrison’s MULTIVERSITY # 1 original art sketch cover Superman Earth 23 Dino-Cop Erik Larsen homage Savage Dragon. How was that, Joe?

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I just picked up this blank sketch variant bad boy for Grant Morrison’s The Multiversity # 1. It is dying to be sketched on and sold to someone who will love it. Any takers?

32. Happy

Posting later tonight or tomorrow, Episode 223 of Gutter Trash will be our review of Grant Morrison & Darick Robertson’s HAPPY!. So I drew the titular Happy, ‘cuz who doesn’t like a cute cartoon flying horse? Nick Sax, that’s who. I haven’t had time to watch a movie yet today, but yesterday I watched two …

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200 – Animal Man

Grant Morrison’s Animal Man is in my top 10 favorite comic runs of all time. It’s a trippy, fun, dark, and brilliant take on what was essentially a z-list character, proving that any character can become a success with the right support behind them. Animal Man is getting relaunched for the New DCU, written by …

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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.

015 – Aztek

Today is my friend Joe Grunenwald’s birthday. I’ve known Joe for over 10 years or so. We worked together briefly at Maverick’s, our local comic shop. He was still in high school, and I was otherwise unemployed, recently fired from my first “career” job out of art school. I always liked Joe, but for whatever …

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