Tag: Joe Grunenwald

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

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28. art spiegleman

28. art spiegleman

It’s Joe Grunenwald rounding out the rest of the month. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

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

A collabo. Pencils & colors by me, inked by Jason Young, conceptualized by Joe Grunenwald. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

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. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

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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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

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

312. The Blob

312. The Blob

A rare bit of comic work. Written by Joe Grunenwald.