Tag: Jason Young

1399. Spider-Man Riding a Unicycle

1399. Spider-Man Riding a Unicycle

A collabo. Pencils & colors by me, inked by Jason Young, conceptualized by Joe Grunenwald.

1352. Queen Opia

1352. Queen Opia

My pals Jason Young & Matt Brassfield have a comic called DEFENDERS OF THE PLANETS. It’s a sword/sorcery/sci-fi yarn in the vein of MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE. When I was putting together my list for Ladies’ Month, Jason suggested the Queen from DOTP. More than happy to oblige.Buy DOTP from Sparkle Comics.

1270. Dave the Killer Whale

1270. Dave the Killer Whale

My pal Jason Young created this character when he was but a wee lad. Which would partly explain why Dave is actually a narwhal and not a killer whale.

842a. Crotchshot

842a. Crotchshot

On today’s milestone 350th episode of Gutter Trash, we review Fred Van Lente & Ryan Dunlavey’s THE COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF COMICS. It’s incredibly informative, educational, and entertaining. And, Van Lente & Dunlavey create the single greatest comic character within the pages of CBHoC. So great, that my pal and Gutter Trash co-host Jason Young …

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Defenders of the Planets

Defenders of the Planets

So now that it’s official, I can show this off. This is the variant cover to Defenders of the Planets #1, coming soon and available only at Mavericks Cards and Comics, from my friends Matt Brassfield & Jason Young at SPARKLE COMICS. Check out the regular cover by series artist Jason Young while you’re clicking …

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747. The World Was Wide Enough

747. The World Was Wide Enough

So. My friend Joe G.’s birthday was yesterday. I coerced our friend Jason Young into a quick collabo to give to Joe as a birthday gift. Joe and his wife are big fans of the musical Hamilton, and Jason and I thought it’d be an interesting experiment to draw something other than The Flash, Kid …

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700. Shaft

700. Shaft

…aaaaaand done. Rob Liefeld Month comes to an end, Jason Young Month also comes to an end, as does the year 2016. You know I always love an archer, but what little OCD I have insists that they have strings on their bows. Sorry for going off-model. So this was fun, and a little weird. …

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699. Combat

699. Combat

I can’t tell you why, but this is my favorite drawing I did for Rob Liefeld Month. Seriously. Something about this. Even as I stared at it, trying to convince myself to add more detail, and forcing myself not to, I really like how this turned out.

698. Seahawk

698. Seahawk

Batman of the sea.

697. Vogue

697. Vogue