Thursday, December 23, 2010

Oh, Piotr


Oh, Piotr.

I was always a little weirded out that no ne ever called out Colossus for messing around with a teenager. I mean, I'm pretty sure that Colossus was 20-21, but really, if you're not in high school you probably don't need to be messing around with high school kids.

Also, if you run a kindergarten through high school, you probably shouldn't let your adult former students hang around so much.

I guarantee Cyclops was banging the kids in between Jean, Medelyne and Emma. Because Cyclops is a creep.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Martian Manhuner panels from Detective Comics 304


I've been reading Showcase Present: Martian Manhunter #1 because I love the Martian Manhunter so much. There are some really awesome panels in there - which is normal for silver age DC.

Also, I colored them.
Because I like coloring things.
Sometimes.

Ha, ha, I hope you die, Chief!

What's worse?

Not remembering the guy in the room is deathly "allergic" to something, or publicly announcing your local superhero's achilles heel?

Chief, you're either really dumb or a huge dick.

And while I think Manhunter is being polite in his comment, I think he's sort of wishing cancer on the Chief.

This next one is the best comic book panel of all time.


Best Panel Ever.


"Alright, Boys, this here is the Crime College and I'm gonna learn you right.

This here is the Gun 101.

A) this is where you put your itchy trigger finger.

B) This is where you hold it.

C) This is the part that shoots out the death.


Got it? Alright, let's rob a bank."


They're paying a lot for this class.


I want to paint this one. Just for the ABC breakdown of a gun.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

New stuff coming soon, I promise!

I'm actually working on some new stuff I'm going to be posting soon. A little comic I drew tonight, another forthcoming Avengers comic (sort of a sequel), and hopefully another angst fueled list. But in the meantime here's today Ricky Thunder panel - one of my favorite yet.

Ricky Thunder is over at www.kylestarks.com, of course.

Also, there's been a lot of interest lately on the old Guinea Pig Theatre. I'm glad to see that people are still showing some sort of interest. It's really appreciated.