Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Damien Wayne and his new pet Goliath DC Comics Robin son of Batman

Damien Wayne and his new pet Goliath. 
DC Comics Robin son of Batman

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


Here's the pitch art I did for the Canadian War Museum exhibit.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

SpiderGwen Marvel Comics

SpiderGwen, SpiderGwen,
Does whatever a spider can
Spins a web, any size,
Catches thieves just like flies
Look Out!
Here comes the SpiderGwen.

Is she strong?
Listen bud, She's got radioactive blood.
Can she swing from a thread
Take a look overhead
Hey, there
There goes the SpiderGwen!

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The ROCKETEER created by Dave Stevens pencils by Lee Oaks

The ROCKETEER created by Dave Stevens pencils by Lee Oaks.  Who doesn't love the Rocketeer?  I almost met Dave Stevens one year at San Diego Comic Con, but he was away from his booth when I was there.  I couldn't know that was my one and only chance to meet him before he died.  But his incredible character lives on.  I really wanted to draw the Rocketeer and a couple years before IDW reprinted the Deluxe Edition and new material, I asked Mike Baron what had become of the rights to the character.  I envisioned putting together a sort of pitch to propose to publishers.  Unfortunately, when I tried to draw the Rocketeer, it wasn't on par with Stevens.  Like many artists, I felt inadequate compared to him.  For that reason and the other project deadlines I had at the time, I didn't pursue it.  For me it is one of the top dream projects I can imagine.  Among comic professionals Dave Stevens is a legend, he's kind of a Jimi Hendrix of comics. I regret not having met him in person, but glad IDW is publishing new stories with the Rocketeer.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Wild Blue Yonder created by Zach Howard and Mike Raicht.

The Badger is coming!

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Nikola Tesla VS. Thomas Edison Steampunk Adventure

Nikola Tesla VS. Thomas Edison Steampunk Adventure concept Nathan Bowden "Riding Shotgun" and I put together.  Coiled… is set in this almost Dickensian environment, the dirty city streets of the late 1890’s but quickly soars into the fantastic with its Sci-fi elements.  Sherlock Holmes-style take on the man who invented the 20th century, Nikola Tesla. The story will weave true, documented events into a compelling game of cat-and-mouse between two fascinating historical figures and provide an explanation for the mysterious Tunguska blast of 1908.
The book depicts Tesla as something of a reluctant, action hero forced into dire situations by Edison.  Our American hero is twisted into a villain, torturing animals and committing murder to further his own agenda and spite his rival.