My mum has been ill for the past few months and it’s taken a toll on her physical well-being but even more so on her mental health. She has been unable to go to work for 6 months and has only recently begun to make a phased return. For someone who used to be able Continue reading
Category Archives: Comic Books
Spawn Sunday: A Violation
Let’s celebrate Spawn Sunday as I violate all of your WordPress feeds with yet another late night Scrawl For All!
Mr Mxyzptlk Monday!
Femme Fatale Friday: Catwoman
Selina Kyle has always been a femme fatale to the Dark Knight, but as the Rihanna song goes, chains and whips excite Bruce Wayne.
Annoyingly, this was before I started sketching on one drawing per page.
Real Life Superhero Neal Adams, Part III: The Need for Batman?
Two episodes into the Neal Adams trilogy, we’re already filled to the brim with, as Kevin Smith would say, audio pornography. The third act explores real life superhero Neal Adams’ approach for The Caped Crusader before putting an even bigger twist on all things Cape & Cowl.
Adams tells Continue reading
Marvel Monday – Hawkeye (Kate Bishop)
Real Life Superhero Neal Adams, Part II: The Rights to Superman
Neal Adams is a legendary comic-book artist, known for his influential run on ‘Hard Travelling Heroes’ with prestigious writer Denny O’Neill. In my last article, I went into Adams’ fight to create a respectable black superhero, namely John Stewart as Green Lantern.
In the next episode, we hear the difficulties artists used to have with retaining the rights to their work on the comic books we have come to know and love. Adams goes into his persistent but professional fight (self-admittedly with additional dramatic flair) for his fellow comic book creators.
Real Life Superhero Neal Adams, Part I: Making Black Respectable
For fans of comic books or writers in general, Kevin Smith’s FatMan on Batman podcast series with Smodcast is one of the most amazing shows you can listen to. But even greater than that, in an episode from January 2014, Kevin Smith sits down with legendary comic book artist Neal Adams.
In the first of three episodes, Neal discusses Continue reading