The ups and downs of Big Two books. It takes me a few issues to get the hang of the artist (only for the artist to switch with the next arc…).
I really liked Captain Marvel #4, due in large part to the introduction of Ja Kyee (“Jackie”) Lrurt and her candid, fluid personality. In the character’s first scene, David Lopez (artist) does a fantastic job of keeping the woman in constant motion — she’s athletic, she’s bright, and she has prehensile hair. But the best part about this interaction is the small stuff, as when she takes off her right glove to shake hands with Danvers in consecutive panels. Nice, easy, and fluid.
(from Captain Marvel #4)
That hair handshake is all David—not in the script. I looooove it.
There’s a secret hiding in this image, can you find it?
Here’s a look at my Batman ‘66 ‘selfie’ variant I drew for DC.
BAT CAMERA PHONE.
Detail - after Harry Clarke
For a article in Dension magazine about Fairy Tales and the changing nature of how these stories are told — from Grimm’s tales, to the super-scrubbed happy Disney tales through to the darker popularity of shows like Breaking Bad now. Fairy tale expert Maria Tatar also discusses how some of the world’s oldest tales help us navigate modern life.
Big thanks to Erin from Em Dash for this very interesting project!
Agito Cosmos / -273°C
Katsushika Hokusai: Feminine Wave and Masculine Wave
Wow it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything here.
Needless to say it’s been a busy year!
I still can’t believe that Off*beat is wrapped up and I’m leaping head first into my new story for Sparkler Monthly.
Here’s a work in progress for the launch just a week away!
Another preview is at Sparkler.
Hope you will give it a read :) I’m super excited!Gatesmith WIP
For a 1954 Cheever story from the New Yorker archives. Thanks AD Jordan!
Speaking of the magazine’s archives, I read Ridgway’s Goo Book last night, it’s excellent.
Shrimp Dinner by Lee Ann Dufour