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Girls and boys, this week at the Line it is Drawn, Action Historical Figures! I was really tempted by the suggestions of Marylin Monroe and Carl Sagan, but I went with Mary Shelley since she gave me the chance of some steampunk.

As for the head in the jar... Nick Perks, :iconnick-perks: one of our fellow Liners, just made 100th consecutive weeks at the Line it is Drawn! Not an easy feat, so we salute him!

Here's the rest of the gallery:

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Have a nice weekend, folks.
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Girls and boys, out in the world this wednesday from Image Comics, Elephantmen 39, the conclusion of the "Killing Season" story arc. Here's the cover:

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Story by Richard Starkings, art by yours truly. All 38 pages of it. This one made me suffer, but I have to say it's an issue I'm particularly proud of. Check it out if you have the chance.

Have a nice week, folks.
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This was published in the Souvenir Book of this past SDCC... I always wanted to draw these characters, so, just for fun...
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The Line It Is Drawn #91: Jonah Hex with the Gotham by Gaslight Batman! In honor of comic book artist & Jonah Hex co-creator Tony DeZuniga, it's Jonah Hex theme week at the Line It Is Drawn!

I chose the suggestion to team up Hex with the Gotham by Gaslight Batman. Once I had that, I knew I had to have Hex meet his modern day DCU counterpart, Two-Face!

I decided to use the old, haggard-looking Jonah Hex as he appeared in the Batman: The Animated series episode "Showdown", which took place in 1883, just 6 years before Gotham by Gaslight. And for Two-Face, I decide to emulate the Jack Burnley version, since for my money, that's the best the character has ever looked. Check out Burnley's terrific Two-Face here: [link]

GREAT fun doing this one. This was one of those times when the drawing went very easily and everything came out the way I wanted it to. Very nice change of pace after all the frustration the Galactus/Planetary illustration gave me last week. Can YOU spot the obscure Jonah Hex reference I snuck into the background?

You can see all the other entries here: [link]

If you have a Facebook account and would like to see a step-by-step on the creation of this piece, you can check it out the album I put together here: [link]
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I'm pretty sure most times I color something I'm just trying to hurt your eyes with bright colors
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Girls and boys, out in the world today, Elephantmen 44, written by Richard Starkings with art by yours truly. (And some pages by Dave Sim that I took the blasphemous task of coloring)

This was a really hard, subdued issue to do. Fortunately for 45 we're back to giant animal-human soldiers killing each other!

You can check a preview here:

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Have a nice week, folks.
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woah
So I worked my ass off on this picture
pencils took like a day anf a half
inks took a day

I'm extremely happy with the final product
Even as a zombie Superman is still the lighter one

it's for :iconbattle-artist:'s tournament round 1
theme: DC zombies

If you think you've seen all the details,
look again
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5 hours photoshop painting with custom brushes...enjoy in fullsize :)
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Girls and boys, this is from a short story for the upcoming TPB of Elephantmen: War Toys. D-Day with Rhino soldiers!
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Hi fellas!!

Here's my entrie for the Almalgam Comic Contest at :iconmarvelanddcunited:

The Black Thing an amalgamation of Marvel's The Thing and DC's Black Adam.

I've a lot of fun with this one.
I hope you like it!

See ya!!
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