Tag: Joe Grunenwald

Flash on the Can

Flash on the Can

I can’t believe I have never posted this on this blog before. My friend Joe G. is the curator of a Flash-themed sketchbook. He takes it to cons, has artists – most of them professional and A-Listers – sketch various Flashes in it. Back in 2006, I believe at the very first Gem City Comic …

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31. Zenith

31. Zenith

Gonna be honest: I drew this circa 2012/2013. Joe asked for Zenith, and I thought to myself “I’ve drawn him before. I was cat-sitting at my parents’. I remember this clearly. I looked up modern fashions to find that jacket as reference. Did I not ever post it?” Turns out, I didn’t! I had the …

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29. The Spirit

29. The Spirit

28. art spiegelman

28. art spiegelman

It’s Joe Grunenwald rounding out the rest of the month.

Bat-Girl

Bat-Girl

Requested by Joe Grunenwald, who insisted on an exploitative, cheesecake sketch of the Betty Kane Bat-Girl. Insisted! I mean, it’s X-Mas and all, and he’s a good friend and loyal Patreon supporter. Who am I to deny his weird, pervy requests? But I felt I needed to balance out his sweaty-palmed ask and drew a …

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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.

932a. The Superior Foes of Spider-Man

932a. The Superior Foes of Spider-Man

Taking a break from Kirby drawings to pay homage to the big DC Comics event DARK NIGHTS: METAL with the Superior Foes of Spider-Man. All credit to Joe Grunenwald for the idea to do this thoughtful tribute.

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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541

541

So I tried to start an art experiment of sorts. I asked folks on Facebook to provide a random scribble and I would then turn it into something. No one responded because I don’t have any friends and you’re all assholes anyway. Except for Joe G. Joe G. is my friend and not an asshole. …

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613. Starman

613. Starman

Suggested by Joe Grunenwald, Jack Knight as Ted Knight- Modern Day Starman cosplaying as his father, the Golden Age Starman.