So a friend of mine thought I should try out a test comic for a rag he works for, Hardcore Gamer Magazine. The comics they print in the back of the issue are supposed to relate to the cover story, and the cover story around the time of this test happened to be the Spider-Man 3 game.
I came up with this, used their typical format for comics, turned it in. Reception went really well, but they'd already lined up a strip for that month. I may end up doing some work for their website, though. So, yeah. Further updates as events warrant! BAM!
Wow, I just found out that this comic actually got approved and was published in the issue! EXTRA DOUBLE THUMBS UP.
So the last strip about Spidey 3 was a big hit with the staff of the magazine. I was asked to do another, this time for their cover story about the Future of Sony. This one will either go in the magazine or on the website.
I feel a little bad about two Sony-slam strips in a row, but the subject matter kind of called for it. I really don't hate Sony as much as it probably comes off. I'd be ripping on Microsoft or Nintendo just as much, were that the cover story.
Drawn by Mike Bowden and coloured be me for the Starship Troopers comic series I am currently colouring,
The will be a second series where Mike Bowden will be drawing the interiors aswel, so if you like any of this be sure to check the comics out at [link]
I've never bought a Dragon Ball game before, mostly because (A) I blow at fighting games and (B) no matter how much I love Akira Toriyama the intense disapproval of DBZ in any way, shape, or form among the anime community at large has always made me shy away from public displays of fandom out of undeserved shame.
The Wii had me curious, however, as to the way certain moves were executed. So I had to try it.
I stand up when playing most video games, just because I tend to get into them and standing makes it easier. This was even before the Wii came along. And now it's like they gave me an excuse to look like such a massive dork.
Also, I like how I'm apparently thinking out of my butt at the end, there. Didn't notice that until just now. Hahaaa. Butt.
So this is pretty old. Back from around Fall of '04. It was for a class assignment, one where we were told to draw a splash page with a monster attacking a city. This was the funniest/most obvious thing that popped to mind. Surprisingly, no one else had thought of it come critique day. It went over pretty well, and it's sort of become my flagship drawing. People keep asking for T-shirts. So heyyyy... maybe some day.