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FREE SKETCHES!

I’ve had this project in mind for a while now, and there’s a few reasons I’m finally pulling the trigger on it today. For one thing, it’s my birthday, and I like to do nice things for folks on my birthday, so … free art, right? That seems nice.

The other reason is I’ve been sitting on this useless P.O.Box for a year now. When my dad died a while back, I was made the executor of his estate. I set up this box to handle all the necessary correspondence, and my trips to the post office were just the most depressing parts of my week - it was all bills, notices, legal documents, subscriptions I had to cancel, porn (my dad sure loved porn!), mail from his lawyers and accountants and such. All of these reminders twice or three times a week that my dad was dead, which kept making me miserable even months after he passed away.

That poor P.O.Box was just brimming with depressed negativity, I figure, and I wanted to do something positive to clean out all the bad juju before I gave it up and let some other poor sap have it. So now I’m inviting everyone from anywhere in the world to send a postcard to that address and get a free sketch in return! It’ll be a cleansing exercise … you know, for the post office box, y’see.

Feel free to share this post and spread it around!

DUDES!!

I need to get in on this.

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Beginner’s creative rates at Marvel Comics circa 1983.

The good old days…

marvel1980s:

Beginner’s creative rates at Marvel Comics circa 1983.

The good old days…

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The takeover begins tonight. Thanks for checking-in to the premiere. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at FX.

Whenever some nonsense spewed by the narrow-minded overflows into my social media newsfeeds I tend to ignore it, tweet or post a status update about it, or mock it on a podcast.

There are times when I try to put myself in the shoes of the “offended” to find out if I can see where they are coming from.

Then there are times when I catch up on Captain America and think if you are outraged by the actions of the characters, or Rick Remender’s writing, you are an idiot.

Jet Black doesn’t tell us she’s 23 because it’s a shortcut, it’s the way she speaks.  If you don’t get that, Captain America 22 must be your introduction to the character.  In that case allow me to suggest any of the 21 previous issues, especially 16.NOW.

"But, look what he did to Sam Wilson!", the pitchfork-carriers cry.  Yes, how dare Rick Remender write a character who - along with his female companion - had wine.  And then had sex.  Because apparently, Captain America 22 was also their introduction to Sam Wilson since folks do not know Falcon’s origin and to them he has always been absolutely perfect in mind and body.  It must be nice looking down on people who have had some drinks and acted on their emotions.  Please tell me about your life where you never make a mistake.  I’m sure it would make for an exciting comicbook story.

Captain America 22 had plenty of things going on.  The last thing it needs is your fan-fiction.

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Sonya meets a man connected to her past. Thanks for tuning in to the season 2 premiere tonight. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at FX.

After spotting “Yoga Hulk” at mariswicks' table at Heroe, I was elated to find the OA for the last panel for sale.

Maris is also the artist of one of my favorite chapters in All-New X-Men #25.

I must have seen Batman at least a dozen times during the summer of 1989.  There was so much about it I enjoyed.  The biggest kick was probably the fake out at the beginning, where we weren’t witnessing the character’s origin - something that happens at the beginning of almost every superhero movie.  I thought that was a nice touch.  I was also really happy with Michael Keaton’s Bruce Wayne.

But as the years pass, when it’s on, I find myself watching it, not because it’s a good or well-made movie, but it reminds me of the rubbernecker who can’t look away as he slowly drives by an accident.

Lowlights include:

  • I was never happy with Jack being the man who murdered Bruce’s parents.  
  • The special effects are ridiculous, barely looking as good as anything from Harryhausen’s rejected pile would (the Batmobile’s shields for one, and Joker’s demise being another).  
  • The Batwing’s shitty targeting system and Joker’s gun (while watching him pull it from his waistband was amusing, I can’t imagine how easy it was for him to walk into position with it being hidden in his pants) were things that caused me to stop enjoying the parade scene.
  • Jerry Hall.

The positives are that I hum Elfman’s score on an almost daily basis.  Gotham City feels incredibly cramped and is basically another character.  Fedoras are worn.  It led to Batman: The Animated Series.

It’s a shame the franchise couldn’t continue to build off the good we were Tim Burton showed us here.

Nevertheless, I have fond memories of the movie.  I’m glad it exists and that I was “in on it” when it happened.  Of the four, it is the best one.

Thank you, to everyone involved.  Including Prince.

‘Word Up’ by Cameo is my new jam.

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‘Doin’ It’ by LL Cool J
Because of Twitter DMs with @JayBWood.

Bessy-blastin’ Batman.