Tag: Shiloh Week

274. Alan Moore

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week concludes! This one was “Alan Moore as a Werewolf”. Is there a difference?

273. Bat Vampire

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week continues. Hey, here’s a character I rarely draw! So Shiloh asked for “Batman/Dracula”, and I may be disappointing her with this, because when I read that, the first, last and only thought I had was of the epic Doug Moench/Kelley Jones trilogy of Batman vampire comics. It started with Batman/Dracula: …

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272. Super Zombie

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week continues. No need for me to blather on here. Pretty self-explanatory. I did spend last Sunday in a sort of Superman haze. I don’t know why, but I decided to watch Superman The Movie, which, I dunno if you know this, is pretty good. The first 45 minutes of that …

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271. Hulkenstein

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week continues. I have iffy feelings about the Hulk, but I do kinda love drawing him sometimes. For Hulkenstein, I just thought about Hulk with stitches and electrodes, but whenever I’ve drawn The Frankenstein Monster, I usually like to make him a lot more patchwork quiltified than he’s usually shown. So, …

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270. Samaralocke

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week continues. So you might say, “Eric, I bet you’ve never drawn a woman crawling out of a tv before!” And I would take you up on that bet, because this isn’t even the first time this week I’ve drawn a woman crawling out of a tv! Psylocke meets The Ring …

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269. Slenderman Rorschach

Shiloh – Horror/Hero Mashup Week continues. Back in the day, I’m sure Shiloh and I shared our opinions on Watchmen, but I know that mine is now vastly different. I’d always held V for Vendetta to be Moore’s superior work, but held Watchmen pretty high up. Shortly before the movie came out, I tried re-reading …

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268. Bucky Vorhees – The Crystal Lake Soldier

Back in the summer of 1999, I had just moved out of my parents’ house. At the time, I had a decent job, and for the first time ever, access to the internet. I was a member of the DC Comics message boards and became friendly with a few people there in the heyday. I …

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