The Men Without Fear: Creating DareDevil documentary: Interviews with DareDevil writers and artists- Brian Bendis,Gene Colan,Stan Lee,David Mack,Frank Miller,Joe Quesada,Johnny Romita,John Romita Jr. and Kevin Smith.
Drawing Superheroes – Famous comic book artists drawing superheroes- technique, technique, TECHNIQUE! including; John Romita, Joe Kubert, John Buscema, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dave Gibbons & Travis Charest.
Here he is- everybody’s OTHER favorite curtain-masked PDSHero – THE HOOD!
Quote the PDSH Wikia:
FBI Agent Craig Williams gets frustrated at the criminals who escape the law and operate outside the FBI’s jurisdiction, so he puts on a costume and fights crime. He has no super powers. Continue reading “Public Domain Superhero Day: THE HOOD Sketchcard!”
UPDATE: I’m so glad to have found out that 13 is a Vermont Superhero! Interested? Then read on true believer!
Truly one of the least popular, most obscure and oddly named Public Domain Superhero is 13. Created by writer Dick Wood(!), co-creator of Airboy, and artist Bernard Klein(Dr. Fate, Green Arrow).I couldn’t find any anecdotes to explain why this numerical nonpareil of nomism and his nitid nupsom, Jinx , were created, other than to be another half-baked Batman and Robin crime-fighting duo that Lev Gleason hoped to cash in on(and likely fill pages in the latest issue of Daredevil Comics). Continue reading “Public Domain Hero Day: 13 & JINX! UPDATED-He’s a VERMONTER!”
In an effort to stay on task with my PDSH-a-Day project– Here’s a LADY LUCK SKETCH CARD! I would like to return to Miss L with a full-figured(vava-voomie) drawing soon. Till then enjoy her visage, trademark hat and a bit o’ shoulder! Continue reading “Public Domain Superhero Day: LADY LUCK SKETCH CARD”
This is the actual first finished panel for a webcomic called HOLLIDAY. Bill Woodcock, Jr. and I have been devising, designing and writing this project off and on for almost 5 years now. We’ll be going live with the site in a few weeks so I hope you’ll be there for the grand opening. Stay tuned here or on my Facebook or Twitter page for the big unveiling. Until then I leave you with this fine crusty, creepy panel.
Hawkquill pen w/Higgin’s Black Magic Ink on Bristol and drafting vellum, photo-collage and digital painting.