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Cover for Dark Horse's Star Wars Blood Ties #2, written by Tom Taylor
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The cover to Star Wars:
Blood Ties, "Boba Fett is Dead" #3. See a time lapse of it's creation here:
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Latest project I'm working on for Dark Horse comics... Blood Ties series 2.
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Latest Star Wars project I am working on for Dark Horse.
following info From www.theforce.net:

STAR WARS: BLOOD TIES—A TALE OF JANGO AND BOBA FETT #1 (of 4)
Tom Taylor (W) and Chris Scalf (A/Cover)
On sale Aug 25
FC, 40 pages
$3.50
Miniseries

Here begins a multigenerational tale of honor and redemption, starring two of the heaviest hitters in the Star Wars galaxy—the father-and-clone team of Jango and Boba Fett!

Shortly before the start of the Clone Wars, Count Dooku sends Jango Fett on a mission that will affect the course of Boba Fett’s life some twenty years later. But for now, neither of them knows what the future holds in store, and besides, they have their schedule filled dodging monsters and fighting bad guys!

Jango Fett and Boba Fett together!
Fully painted art by Purge artist Chris Scalf!
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Some more Bobafett love !!

Pencils by Rudy Vasquez

Colors by ME!!!!

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Star Wars cover, done for Dark Horse Comics. I really enjoyed doing this, which is rare for me. I do loves me my STAR WARS, mm-boy.

I cannot believe Lucasfilm let me show a dead Jedi Knight with a severed limb.

Funny story: I just threw this gal in because I needed a dead Jedi, so I used a design that I created for a Wizards of the Coast SW role-playing back in 2000. I figured that since i brought her into the world, I could take her out.

Well! Turns out you can't make a move in the SW without it being 'in continuity' so they simply HAD to write her into the comic, and give her death a spotlight scene, which was cool.

Only, one thing baffled me. In the comic, Vader stabs her through the heart with his lightsaber, THEN cuts her hand off. Doesn't make a lot of sense to me.... in MY mind, Vader would disarm her first by cutting off her sword-hand, THEN deliver the killing stroke.

Comics is crazy business.

Maybe I'll post the game art here soon, so everyone can see who I created then slaughtered.

Here's the game art!

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As well as this!

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My first Vader cover for the Mighty Dark Horse Comics! These guys were @ the start of my career and continue to support me with AMAZING projects!1 Thanks again fellas
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Cover to #1 ish of pcoming Star Wars comic series.
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