Friday, June 29, 2007
My epic graphic novel, "In Final Defeat!"
The Champions take on...a fuckin' wave with a face! "Double Sized"? It's 18 pages!
Issues #68 slash page. Note the roll call and the humble credits!
A letters page! Yes, Ms. Millar, this is what I was doing instead of my homework!
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Sunday, June 24, 2007
Located in East Africa, the Baboons' major predators are humans and big cats. They are intelligent and crafty and socialize together in groups of 40 to 80. They spent a lot of time grooming each other, which form bonds and keeps them clean and free of external parasites. Among males, frequent fights break out over females and food. A large part of their diet is grass, along with berries, leaves, bark, insects, fish, other monkeys and small antelopes. Baboons use over 30 sounds ranging from grunts to barks to screams. They are powerful fighters and show little fear of larger animals, including humans.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Like two-thirds of the comic fans/artists I know, a group of friends and I used to make our own comics in elementary school and junior high. Our company was called the Super Comics Group and featured characters like Black Hawk, Sting-Ray, The Y-men, The Guardians, and my group, The Champions. I was the editor-in-chief (One day, my mom asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I said "Stan Lee!") We would work on them and then pass them out for our classmates to read (They even had letter-pages!) I have a box full of 'em, so I'll post some stuff every now and then. Shout outs to Bill Ross, Ted Dudek, Chris Berkeley, David Wilcox and Patrick McCuen.
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Located in South America, the Alpaca is a domesticated mammal that resembles the llama, but are smaller and aren't used as beasts of burden. Their coats are used to make blankets, sweaters, hats, socks and gloves. It is illegal to slaughter or trade Alpaca meat. They come in over 50 colors and are gentle, inquisitive and intelligent. They are kept in herds and make a humming sound that can take on many inflections and meanings. Males make a bird-like screams and will fight violently over females in the herd when mating. They don't like their heads being touched, but you can pet their necks and backs. Not all Alpacas spit, but they're capable, so don't piss 'em off.
Monday, June 18, 2007
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Sunday, June 10, 2007
These are the first four pages of a new Codename: Kids Next Door comic I'm working on for DC Comics CARTOON NETWORK'S ACTION PACK. It's written by Mr. Warburton and will be inked by The Iguana. It's a 16 page story, so I'm just getting started.