Monday, April 30, 2007

Sam and Twitch!

First time drawing these characters.

Not too bad for a first attempt.

Stormtrooper vacation Inked!

...Or...How 'Return of the Jedi' should have ended!

Yet another Thugs page!

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Saturday, April 28, 2007

Thugs! Update!!!

Another week...another page.

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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Stormtrooper - Ruff pencils

A blue pencil ruff of a commission I'm currently working on.

I thought it would be fun to stick the trooper on Endor looking real full of himself for killing some Ewoks.

I bet he's gonna have them stuffed.

Monday, April 16, 2007

Thugs! Update: Page 3

Go to and check out the 'first' appearance of Dark Cowl and The Finch!

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Old school Batman!

Back in the day when he was known as 'The Batman'.

This image was inspired by Batman No.1 'Professor Hugo Strange And The Monsters' from 1940.

I always liked the appeal of The Batman carrying a gun an taking no guff. A real crying shame they introduced (toned down) the strip by adding a certain lame Boy Wonder!!!!

James Larkin Court!

Cleaned up background for the animated pilot. This is where Agnes Brown lives.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Alan Scott - Green Lantern

Old School, yo!

Seriously, I grew up reading the Len Wein 'Green Lantern' with art by Dave Gibbons. It was fantastic and had back-up stories written by Alan Moore...

But the thing is...I've recently been acquainted with the Alan Scott 'Green lantern'...and from the glimpses I've got...he is the real deal. Better than Jordan!!!

Alan Scott rocks!!!!

Monday, April 09, 2007

Sunday, April 08, 2007

ZombieHomies... NOW in COLOR!

Here's the color version on the B+W ZombieHomies.

The colors on this series aren't really to my taste but it's what the client wanted.

What the client wants...they get!

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Deb Bonair - More panels!

Two more inked samples.

Rory's pencil work continues to shine for me.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

ZombieHomies Attack!

I did this for a start-up company.

A Lowrider, A hot babe, Homie Zombies and a punch to the head...what more could you want?

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

The thumbnails for the roughly '18 seconds' of the first audio clip 'Dermot/Chicken'.
The next stage is to roughly put together a quick animatic to see the flow...and then when it's okay' do out cleaner storyboard pages and shoot a 'proper' animatic.

The animation will follow closely the 'proper' animatic.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Deb Bonair - Another panel

Another panel from the Deb strip.

I'm really enjoying inking over Rory's pencils. His work is so solid. He leaves me a lot of room to add my own touches.

The guy is a drawing genius...and a real pleasure to work with.


After a year of working on this can finally be officially seen!
Kevin at Pixelstrips has graciously devoted a space to on the website to this quirky story of two lowly henchmen.
Al Sparrow (the uber-talented writer) has provided this brief FAQ:
1) When do we get to see it?
As soon as I get off my butt and get the stuff to Kevin. Hopefully I'll have time this very weekend. April 1st would be a great day to have an "official" beginning, wouldn't it?
2) What's it about?
Two thugs, or henchmen for a major supervillain, get lucky and kill two major superheroes by accident. Not only does this make them targets of the entire superhero community, there's more than a few supervillains who want to take them out as well. After all, they stole their thunder...
3) Where'd you get the idea?
I watched way too many episodes of the old "Batman" show with Adam West. Pay too much attention and you'll notice that sometimes the same thugs working for Cesar Romero's Joker one week were also henching for Gorshin's Riddler or Newmar's Catwoman the next week. It occured to me that being a thug must be a full-time gig, and someone ought to write a story about that. So I did.
4) Is this going to be like PVP where we can expect a new strip like clockwork, or Megatokyo, where we get a lot of side art while you're working on new pages?
Probably more of the latter. It comes down to how fast Steve can get pages. We have a solid 50 in the can and the plan is to release one a week. In addition to that we'll throw in character sketches, Who's Who type stuff and maybe I'll torture you with my artwork on occasion. It's a definite work in progress, but it's also one click on your mouse a week. That's not really that much to ask, I don't think.
5) Does the story have an ending?
Yes. We've actually plotted the whole thing out in case one of us dies. Or kill each other. Or something like that. It could happen.
6) Where's the merch?
It's coming, as soon as we figure out what on earth anyone would possibly want to spend their money on from this comic. It's no Marvel Zombies, you know!
7) Can my kids read this?
Depends on if your kids can handle seeing characters getting shot, dropping the occasional F-bomb, or dressing in suggestive superhero attire. We're not trying to make Garth Ennis blush or anything, but I've always felt cursing exists for a reason and if used effectively can help make dialogue better.
8) What are your goals with this comic?
It started out as a pasttime, evolved into a project, and is now becoming a published work...even if only on the web. Beyond that, we'd like to collect it in pulp format and sell it at some point, and then there's the day Marvel or DC taps us to bring back Atari Force or the Micronauts. After that, I see Timm doing the art chores on the cartoon release. Nahh...we're in it for the funny, not the money. Not that we'd turn it down if it happened, mind you.
9) Are you always this long-winded?
Why do you think Steve makes me letter my own stuff?
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Heroes Exposed - The Killing Joke, Joke!

I had a lot of fun drawing this one.

The script is another gem by Richard MacAuliffe and the colors by Kevin Volo are simply amazing. One of the best Heroes Exposed to date.

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