Archive for October, 2011

Covered: The Punisher Meets Archie

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

Not only do we think repaneled are good people, but we also think Robert Goodin over at Covered Blog is good people, too. We have the featured cover this weekend (original b&w above; see Wheeler’s colors by clicking any of the images or here).

Here is a pic of the original comic that inspired our tribute:

Of course, ours (obvious to the observant eye) is a mash-up of the original with Amazing Spider-Man #129 (first appearance of the Punisher):

And that cover was most recently swiped for the Dark Reign (Norman Osborn Marvel universe take-over) debacle:

repaneled: Baltimore: The Plague Ships #1

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

We love repaneled: Copied Comics Panels. Anthony Vukojevich is good people. We’re always thrilled when one of our submissions is accepted for publication by Anthony for his blog. Today, we have the featured panel.

See the evolution of a repaneled piece: Check out the original above, my pencils and inks below, and the finished piece (colored by my partner in crime, Wheeler Hall) by clicking on either image or here.

Barb Stork Art @ The Boonshoft Center for Jewish Culture and Education

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Barb’s my sister-in-law, and she’s having a one-man (er…woman) show. You can see her exhibition at The Boonshoft Center for Jewish Culture and Education in Centerville, Ohio until the 16th of November. Caveat: The postcard is wrong. Along with October 21st and Veteran’s Day, the center is also closed October 20th. She doesn’t have a website (yet) but one can peruse more of her work at the Ohio Online Visual Artist Registry.

Support local art!

Stupendous Man!!!

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Just wanted to let everyone know that the Daytonian OK, Panickers! (Jason, Eric, and me) all have artwork hanging up at Christopher’s Restaurant as we speak! I mean… as I type! If you live in or around the Dayton area, be sure to check it out sometime between now and Halloween.

Above you’ll find one of the doodles I have hanging at Christopher’s: Calvin & Hobbes with Calvin being Stupendous Man. Yes, you’re right: it IS poorly based on Frank Frazetta’s “Berserker.”