Frank Robbins putting in some work!
Jonny Quest model sheets by Alex Toth…
Best cartoon ever!
Model Sheet Monday
"Jonny Quest" 1964-1965
I’ve posted some of these before, maybe, but I don’t think I’ve posted all (except one) of them. Here is Alex Toth’s Conan.
From Bill Peckmann via Michael Sporn’s Animation Blog.
I posted a few of my THE SHADOW: YEAR ONE covers up for sale in my shop - http://wilfredotorres.bigcartel.com because a brutha’s gotta eat… and also buy more comics. #theshadow
Holy crap this guy is straight up killing it on The Shadow.
THE WAIT IS OVER!
Part one of my three-part Adventures of Superman is up with Ming Doyle drawing Old Man Kamandi and Brent Schoonover drawing 1938 Superman in today’s release of #46. This is all linked right to it so give it a download.
Here’s DC’s official description:
"Strange Visitor" part 1 of 3. As citizens of Earth flee to the stars, Kamandi tells the story of Superman’s earliest defeat—one that continued to haunt him for years. Don’t miss this epic 3-part adventure spanning the entirety of Superman’s lifetime!
Please hope you all check out my first work for DC Comics. It was just released today and it was a extremely fun experience working with great talent like Joe Keatinge, Ming Doyle, Nic Filardi, Wes Abbott, and Alex Antone.
Those fine folks at Comic Book Resources have the exclusive preview of Adventures of Superman #46 (out on Monday for only $0.99) drawn by mingdoyle (doing KamandI!), brentschoonover (doing 1939 Superman!) and written by that Joe Keatinge guy.
It’s the first of three parts. Part two features more Ming Doyle Kamandi with a 2013 Superman drawn by David Williams and Al Gordon. Part three features 1926 Clark Kent drawn by tulalotaycomics and jasonshawnalexander drawing Superman at the end of all time.
All under a cover by Jon Bogdanove, responsible for one of my favorite Superman comics of all time.
Out weekly, starting on Monday, March 10th!
You can check out a small preview on Comic Book Resources of my artwork on Adventures of Superman #46, that is available for download starting Monday. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=20628
My actual tool set.
Various tools Sean, including:
Winsor & Newton Indian ink, white ink, brushes of various kinds, dip-pen, Pentel Brushpen, various Faber Castell PITT pens, a mix of watered down ink for greywash, Japanese white pigment pen, HB pencils, HB leads, HB technical pencils, Staedleter eraser…. and that about covers it.
Cool process talk from Declan Shalvey.
In Adventures of Superman #43 to #45, docshaner put comic book creator cameos in the story! He put Joe Kubert (top), Evan & his family (bottom left), and Alex Toth (bottom right).
He told me on Twitter that if he had time, he’d add José Luis García-López in the third issue.
Check out this story, great Superman story!
Best Superman story I have read in a while.