Tag: Wally West

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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Flash

Flash

Always Wally

Sad Wally

Sad Wally

I’m not gonna get into it, but here’s Wally West. Sad. Also, I just wanted to draw a real weird.

1347. Linda Park

1347. Linda Park

This was incredibly difficult to draw. For one I’m never great at drawing the supporting human casts of superhero characters, and two, Asian characters are hard to draw without slipping into a horrible racist caricature. For those not in the know, Linda Park is Wally West’s – The Flash’s – girlfriend and eventual wife. Always …

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909. The Flash & Wonder Woman

909. The Flash & Wonder Woman

Always Wally. This card actually led to a small bit of awkwardness. Kid requested The Flash, I said cool. I would have drawn Wally West, as I always (Always Wally) do. He then specifically said “Wally West”. I said ok, awesome. But then I stopped. I would argue that the majority of folks, especially those …

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829. Kid Flash

829. Kid Flash

828. The Flash

828. The Flash

595a. Bat-Flash

595a. Bat-Flash

It’s Batman Day, but I’m in the midst of Flash Week. What to do? Mashup Bonus! (It’s Wally, by the way. ALlways Wally).

594. The Flash

594. The Flash

Wally West, The Flash, the fastest man alive. Always Wally. After drawing it, I actually kinda like his new costume in the new Rebirth status quo. Welcome back Wally. I look forward to eventually reading a new comic with him in it. I’ll be skipping the one he’s currently in until at least an art …

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590. Kid Flash

590. Kid Flash

Spent Saturday with my pal Joe G. at a comic convention. Joe was in “sketch-aquisition” mode. He got two new Flash sketches for his Flash sketchbook (which is awesome, and contains the best sketch of the Flash that has ever been drawn). This weekend’s new additions were by Dave “Every cover ever” Johnson, and Erica …

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