Monday, March 21, 2016

Marvel's Black Panther Gif

All longtime comic readers have certain notable panels that stick in their memories forever. I have several, and one of them is my first exposure to the Black Panther from 1975's Giant-Size Fantastic Four #5. I've taken the liberty of creating an animated gif of it. Yes, it's subtle, but it warms my heart. I was a kid when this was published (it was a reprint of Fantastic Four Annual #5 from 1967) and I've loved the character ever since. Here's the full page--


Oh Jack, you so Kirby! I reread it countless times. I didn't have many comics growing up. I'm super-excited to see BP on the big screen this Summer!

This issue also made me a fan of Black Bolt, and to a greatly lesser degree, Psycho-Man.


Thursday, February 25, 2016

Number 5

Halo and Sprocket #5 hit Comixology this week!


Since it contains portions of material from my 2008 Halo and Sprocket: Natural Creations TP, I had the chance to draw a new cover. It was fun to draw the characters again!

Consider giving it a shot. It's the only place you can see the color version of BIG CAT PUNS!


Crap. Not the only place. I just posted it here.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Tigra and the Cucumber

I had the urge to draw a gif of this. So I did. :)


You know about cats and cucumbers, right?

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Art! Science! Cats!

Halo and Sprocket #4 is now on Comixology. It came out several days ago, but I haven't had the chance to post about it. Katie, Halo, and Sprocket go to an art show. It was a fan favorite when it was originally printed in black & white many years ago. It's now in color and I've got to say I love it.


Here's a few panels. It's like a MINI ART GALLERY--!





This issue also has SCIENCE!


And CATS!


Go buy it now! I'll be glad you did.

PS - This post is a little late because we've been replacing our carpet with wood floors.

PPS - Our dog doesn't like it.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Season's Greetings! New Animated Comic cover!

Strange Adventures #79, from 1957. Original art by Gil Kane.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

All's well that ends well. Right?

Have you ever watched a time travel story where an event "never happens"? I personally think these type of tales should always be this short--


This story (and longer ones!) appear in Halo and Sprocket #3. On sale today on Comixology!