If you like comics about super heroes but are willing to think outside the box a little on what a superhero comic can be then Joe Grunenwald’s Postscript is for you.
I don’t want to give too much away but it feels like a golden age superheo tale only it’s told from the perspective of the supervillain’s mother. Joe G. wrote and drew it himself and I did the cover. He sells them for a dollar and you can order one by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org so grab one while you can as it’s truly a great debut comic.
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Like an old friend you wish would just stop visiting it’s here! Veggie Dog Saturn issue 5 is ready to be consumed! So grab three one dollar bills, shove ‘em in an envelope and mail it to the address at the bottom of this page (checks or money orders are okay too) or send me your digital cash via paypal at email@example.com
This one features 5 never before published autobiographical tales of hilarity and/or grossness written and drawn by me plus a story that was originally published in the wonderful anthology comic Not My Small Diary.
This comic book officially releases at SPACE this weekend in Columbus, Ohio. So, if you’re going to be there, drop by the Buyer Beware table and pick up a copy in person. I’ll be happy to draw any character in the known universe on it for you for free (although I might need a piece of reference). Hope to see you there!
Here’s my version of Jack Kirby’s cover to Fantastic Four #36… probably my favorite Fantastic Four cover. I drew most of it while watching ‘Groundhog Day’ and ‘Seven’ last week. If you haven’t already seen it be sure to hop over to www.fanfour9.blogspot.com to see all the sweet Kirby FF interpertations there… also Kirby Vision too. Jack Kirby rules!
Here’s a cover recreation I did as a trade with my pal Pat Kain. If you dig this sort of thing I’ve got a full color Justice League of America cover recreation that just went up today at the awesome cover recreation blog “Covered”. Check it out at www.coveredblog.blogspot.com. You could spend hours looking at all the sweet art there… and you should.