In this video, I use the proportions and information learned in parts 1 and 2 to do some quick sketching, and offer some advice on drawing kids and teens.
You may already know this mischievous Brit from the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK or Vertigo’s acclaimed HELLBLAZER series, but come this spring, you’re going to see John Constantine in a dark, gritty, and exciting all-new light. Hitting stands on March 13, CONSTANTINE #1 kicks off an ongoing series starring John Constantine within the [...]
Hitting stores today, SUPERMAN #16 serves as the next chapter in “H’El on Earth” – a crossover event taking place in SUPERMAN, SUPERBOY and SUPERGIRL that unites all of the Super Family for the first time in DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 and puts them into battle with the maniacal alien, H’el, who will [...]
BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, PART 2, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies, will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on January 29 as a Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download. The PG-13 film is produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and [...]
Here are a fine collection of Comic to look forward to by a large group of writers and artists. Horray! New comics series and collections released in 2013 under new partnership! Following the recent announcement that Titan Comics is offering new original creator-owned series in 2013, Titan Comics is pleased to announce a new co-publishing venture with A1 publisher, Dave Elliott. Dave Elliott has [...]
I chose Skottie Young’s comical baby Wolverine variant as my cover of the month for November. It’s not especially cool, and it’s not my typical fare, but this is an unusal comic, and this cover made me laugh.
I am in love with the art of Kenneth Rocafort. Seeing his latest rendition of Superman reminds me of discovering Jim Lee’s artwork on the cover of X-Men in the 90s. I’m not saying they are similar where style is concerned. What I am saying is that they create artwork that jumps out at you. [...]
The cover of the month is a wholly arbitrary choice. I don’t follow the artist or pick a cover by my need to read the book. I choose based on gut reaction. I look for a cover that pops; if it gives me the “tell me more” reaction, it’s put on the short list. From [...]
I just finished reading a post from the website ProgressiveBoink.com listing the top 40 worst Rob Liefeld