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Monthly Archives: December 2010
It sure wasn’t an easy decision, but after considering some gracious offers out west by DC Comics, I’ve decided that it’s time to leave DC for new artistic endeavors.
I’d like to thank DC for all of the exciting opportunities and projects I’ve been able to be a part of over the past 6 plus years and giving me the chance to work with the best and brightest people in the comic industry. Specifically, I’d like to thank the Creative Services team including Ron Perazza, Dave McCullough, Jesus Reyes, Jon Chong, Jeff Rowe, Kwanza Johnson, Nika Vagner, Jessica Numsuwankijkul, Larry Daley, Sarah Wright, and Richard Bruning for not just being solid co-workers, but also good friends. Lastly, I’d like to thank The Dark Knight Returns for not only sparking a young boy’s aspirations to work in comics, but also showing that Batman can clearly kick Superman’s ass.
Looking forward to seeing what DC dishes out next year! And of course, keep coming back here to see whatever tomorrow may bring me…
For my “Fantastic Four Through the Ages” illustration for the Comic Social Club, I wanted to create something dark. Really Dark. So I chose the Dark Ages. Then, for inspiration, I ran through my mental rolodex of any movies that took place in the Dark Ages. And then happen to have chosen a movie that takes such darkness, and well…turns it upside down. My piece features the Dark Ages Fantastic Four battling the villains from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I did my best to stay away from Camelot though. It is a silly place. Check out the full “Fantastic Four Through the Ages” over at Comic Social Club!
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