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At long last, my cover for LADY DEATH has hit the shelves! Well, technically it's a limited release exclusive and is unlikely to be widely available, but the good news is it sold out very quickly at the Denver Comic Con and I'm already working on the early stages of several more covers for Brian Pulido. This is my first *official* comic publication. The image was designed to be a full wraparound, so you have to imagine staples, a fold running down the middle, and a 'Lady Death' logo behind her head. That, or just enjoy it as it is
Thank you very much.
Late to the show, but this is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and reminding me to watch this movie again
Magnificent satin effect on the cape.
Great detail on this piece !
Great rendition of Lady Death...
It looks great, Doug. Nice to see some of your work hitting the mainstream.
Awesome Doug! Glad to see you getting a taste of what you really should have been doing all along
Very nice work there Douglas!
Hey Doug, are you going to be at New York Comic Con in October?
I have no plans to be at New York at the moment, but I hope to attend more cons as I get deeper into the comics industry.
She's beautiful! And congrats, man.
And we have to image the coffee stain, the torn corner, the mustard and of course the motor oil. Yes, yes... I need to take better care of my stuff.
I am going to hunt this comic book down until I own it! Congratulations D! I know this is only the beginning of a long and incredible career in comics! You on Lady Death is a fanboy deam and I can't wait to see what else you have in store for us the more you work in the industry. Good luck to you my friend and I am so overjoyed for you. Sold Out? No surprise.
Yeah! Congratulations Doug! I will search for a printed version of this! Do you have a time table for the release?
Whoa! Very nicely done!