Friday, August 29, 2014


Jack Kirby would have been 97 had he not died in 1994. He created a bunch of stuff. If you go to the movies, you may recognize some of them:
"Are you sure you don't mean Stan Lee?"
Nope. Jack goddamn Kirby. "Are these all of Jack Kirby's creations?" Not even close. Just the ones they've gotten around to.

Friday, August 1, 2014


From the Line it is Drawn #200: "The theme is a revisit of one of my all-time favorite topics, Week 50′s “Super Team.” Make up your own super-team consisting of 1 Marvel character, 1 DC character, 1 character from an independent comic book company and 2 characters from any other form of fiction (novels, movies, whatever)." micQuestion suggested: "Storm, Vixen, Michonne, Promethea (Sophie Bangs), Yoruichi (Bleach)"

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Friday, July 18, 2014



From the Line it is Drawn#199: "In honor of Batman’s 75th anniversary this month, team Batman up with a hero he’s never had a team-up with before or have Batman face a villain he’s never fought before! Or heck, have him team up with a hero he’s never teamed up with AGAINST a villain he’s never fought before! Go nuts!" JohnnyUnusual , SpastickMunkey, and therealAstrozac suggested: "Batman and Moon Knight".

Saturday, July 12, 2014


Did this a couple of years ago. enlarge


Last year, Jamie McKelvie gave Ms Marvel (left) a much needed redesign (right) when the character was relaunched as Captain Marvel.


This week Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr gave Batgirl (left) an overhaul (right).


This kind of shit is important. Baby steps in the right direction. Let's start sprinting.

Friday, July 11, 2014


From the Line it is Drawn #198: “Based on an old suggestion by John Trumbull, the topic is character design What If? Like “What if Jack Kirby had designed Batman?” or “What if Spider-Man had been designed in the 1930s?” or “What if Archie had been designed during the 1990s?” Let your imagination go wild!” FutuGen suggested: “What if Patrick Nagel designed Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn?”

Thursday, July 3, 2014


I was contacted by Paolo Gilli & Fabio Suanno about doing a poster for their very awesome, very ambitious project, a visual companion to Beastie Boys landmark 1989 album Paul's Boutique. When they showed me clips of the completed film, how could I say no? Dropping July 25th!