- Rick Bjaker
- Red Failed Tatfish
- Moanstress 15 Variant
- Songs I like CCXXXIII: Everybody Wants To Be Famous
- Songs I like CCXXXII: Lights! Camel! Action! Charlton Heston Meets The Irresistible Force
- Batgirl 20
- Give yourself a non-shiny XX
- Planet of the Riveras
- Give yourself a shiny XIX
- Mark Edward Smith
- Songs I like CCXXXI: Prince of Tears
- Give yourself a shiny XVIII
- Songs I like CCXXX: Nothing but a Heartache
- Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3
- Give yourself a shiny XVII
- Exit Stage Left
- Christmas 2017
- Cincinnati Old Main
- The Ridiculous Sux
- Leather 44
- Afraid of the Bill
- Jim Baikie
Monthly Archives: May 2013
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Thus did Galactus come to be… Of all the creatures in the vastness of the universe, there is none like me. I was present at the birth of the universe, and I shall be there at its end. Though I … Continue reading
He’s still got his tankles.
I don’t know what made me think this would be a quick drawing, but never the less, I did it in my A5 sketch book. I think it would have been easier on A4 to be honest.
Here we have my Doctor Doom sketch from earlier, finished with Copic Markers.
This is the splash page from issue 12 of the TMNT. Peter Laird handled all the chores on this issue, and while the art is nice, the story stinks. Finished with Copic Cold Grey markers.
I’ve got most of the comics Alan Moore wrote for Image (except Supreme), so decided to reread them. First off was issue 8 of Spawn. Issue 9 was written by Neil Gaiman, 10 Dave Sim and 11 by Frank Miller. … Continue reading
I guess it was fate that when I went to my “local” comic shop, they had the hardcover Punisher: Circle of Blood in stock. More 80’s macho japes. So macho, he should have a moostache. I probably didn’t enjoy it … Continue reading
Nice cover. Scott Snyder’s stories have been slipping a bit of late. Try as I might, the “Bruce Wayne” DNA on Batman was stupid. He could have wrote his way out of that far better. The mud (or clay I … Continue reading
Another redraw of a Jack Kirby original. Not sure if the picture was difficult, or if I was being rubbish. He’s got fat ankles. Look.
I bought this back in 1989. I had only read Elektra: Assassin at that point, so knew a little about Millers Daredevil run. I did know she was dead, though. What I do remember about this book was how expensive … Continue reading
After his recent appearance on the cover of Dark Horse Presents 22, I decided it was time to read Shaolin Cowboy. Originally published 2004 (to 2006 or something), I had bought the first five issues as they were published and … Continue reading
I didn’t even realise this was on the cards. Not any more though. FM is full of hot air nowadays. How the mighty have fallen.
I had been reading this monthly, but towards the end (of Grant Morrison’s run), I let them build up for a few months in order to read start to finish consecutively. There’s been some criticisms of this run and its … Continue reading
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Original by Dave Gibbons. Obviously…
Arriving in 1989, this comic stinks of 80’s Action Movie action. You can smell the testosterone. Macho
Looks a bit wonky… Shite-Owl more like.
I have a new A5 sketch book with decent paper now, hence my usage of the Copic markers on this.
This was a movie poster drawn by Mike Mignola.
This picture is the first page of the 1991 Dark Horse hardcover edition. Eddy Current is still the best thing that Ted McKeever has done. To be honest, his recent stuff like Meta 4 and Mondo have been pretty heavy … Continue reading
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