A new piece from this month's Tricycle Magazine. This is my adaptation of one of the Jataka Tales, ancient Buddhist parables, many of which involve many more demons than people have been led to expect from Buddhism. Here's the original stor...
The idea here is that doping in sports is tearing up the basis of the games in the first place. Poker is exciting because there are only 4 aces. If everyone can print one, what's the point of playing. The game is no longer about skill...
As the new year begins, I think of fresh starts, like perhaps a brand-new #1! So suggest lesser-known Marvel characters that you’d like to see be given the Marvel Now treatment and our artists will work up a cover of their first issue.
So it's just a space-traveling cyborg plummeting on the head of Galactus into a series of exploding planets while focusing his attention on matters of TRUE IMPORTANCE.
Meanwhile, over at Comic Book Resources...In honor of the 20th Anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, suggest team-ups/mash-ups with comic book characters and characters from the Buffyverse. BigMike20X6 suggested: Buffy & Hit-GirlAlan Moore fan ...
For this week, In honor of the 20th Anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series, suggest comic book characters that you’d like to see come to Gotham and be drawn in the B:TAS style (drawn in the style or drawn in the style and teaming up with B:TAS characters – either/or)
ArghantBigAxe and BigMike20X6 suggested:
If you look close, Wee Hughie there is holding a (pirated) copy of The Dark Knight to be autographed.
Up on Comic Book Resources:
"Based on a suggestion from Thea, mash-up comic book characters with the plays of William Shakespeare. Batman as Hamlet, Luke Cage as Othello, etc.
I’ll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.
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First off, though, let me note a fond farewell to Jason “Gonzo” Gonzalez. Jason’s a really busy guy and has had to take a few months off in the past, but this time around he just doesn’t see himself being able to get back into the swing of things in the future, so he decided to withdraw from contributing. We’ll miss you, Jason! You were awesome. Be sure to keep track of his awesomeness at his website here. Nature, of course, abhors a vacuum, so at the end of today’s installment you’ll meet Gonzo’s replacement."
Meet Gonzo's replacement:
Prospero’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Ariel, Caliban, Orlando et al) meet the heroes of Marvel 1602"
Some time ago, i submitted artwork to a popular Comic Book Resources feature, A Line is Drawn. Suffice, I didn't get chosen to do the weekly fan art assignment, because no one who reads this blog went and voted for me. And also a whole bunc...