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It's Good to Be (Kinda Sorta) Back!

Journal Entry: Sun May 1, 2016, 7:20 PM


This is just a quick note to thank everyone who has faved and watched -- especially those who also took time to leave comments welcoming me back -- since I revived this page several days ago. It's a relief not to feel as if I'm shouting into the void, and a pleasure to see that so many of my friends here on dA are still going strong. You all rock!

Updates are going to be sporadic for the near future (and probably confined largely to the weekends), as work remains incredibly hectic -- but hopefully the pace will pick up somewhat once summer arrives.


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It's Been A While...

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 17, 2016, 7:00 PM


...hasn't it?

In the nearly two years since my last journal entry (protip: never title a journal entry 'Back Online' unless/until you're sure you're *really* going to be back online on a consistent basis), so much of my life has changed that reactivating this dA page felt a little like opening a time capsule from a bygone era. Since my last post here I've:

-Moved
-Finished a graduate degree program
-Started a new career

And that's just the Cliffs Notes version. I really enjoy my new job, the work I get to do there, and the talented folks I work with -- but making that kind of change/fresh start has been a nearly all-consuming process -- one that has left me very little time for writing/comics work. However, I think (hope?) that things may finally be settling down to the point where I will have at least some time for creative projects. 

I have no idea what shape those projects might take. It was a long, strange ride to where I am now and the road ahead is at least a bit uncertain. But that wasn't always the case:

By Fall 2012, I'd managed to assemble a quality art team and together we'd produce about a dozen finished pages of a pretty nifty (if I do say so myself) Redline comic. Then. I paid a local printer to print a 'Preview Edition' featuring those finished pages (along with some dynamite cover work from :iconfooray:) to sell at that year's Alternative Press Expo.

Though the preview wasn't a massive sellout, it was well received and sold enough copies for me to entirely recoup my booth costs -- which I was told was a pretty good showing for total newbie such as myself. I even got some interest from a couple of retailers and an offer from a local journalist to interview me for a feature story when I was close to publishing issue #1 officially.

In short, the future looked reasonably bright.

And then, within a few short weeks/months, the bottom dropped out of my life.

I'm a relatively private person -- and I want this dA page to be focused on the triumphs and tragedies of my characters, as opposed to my real life travails -- so I'm not going to go into a lot of specific detail about what happened next. The short(ish) version is this: A member of my immediate family fell seriously ill with what was eventually determined to be a very nasty form of cancer -- so nasty, in fact, that is has a 0% five-year survival rate.

My family did all that we could, which included getting some of the best health care and doctors (who I truly believe did all *they* could) available in the country -- but, in the end we were left with two choices: 1) Highly risky surgery and 2) A slow, inevitable death where pain/suffering could only be managed to a limited extent. My family discussed these options at length, but ultimately, the choice could only be made by the person whose life hung in the balance.

They chose surgery, from which they never recovered, or even fully awakened from, dying one month later in the ICU.

The loss hit my family like an atom bomb. If you've lost someone close to you under similar circumstances, you know what it was like -- if you haven't, there's nothing I can write here that can adequately describe the experience.

Along with that emotional fallout, there were also myriad legal, financial, etc. matters that had to be dealt with -- more or less immediately. With the support of my remaining family, I muddled through (as did they), but doing so, while continuing to work full time at my day job, took everything I had. Work on the Redline comic, and just about everything else other than basic day-to-day survival, largely ground to a halt -- though I'm proud to say that I payed each and every member of my creative team (on time and exactly as agreed) for every bit of the work they did right up until the very end.

The impact of those days still remains, and will linger on in some form for the rest of my life -- but it's also provided me with some valuable perspective. It forced me to really reevaluate my life and my choices. It motivated me to leave my safe/stable (but ultimately dead-end and unsatisfying) job, go back to school, and make my way into a much more rewarding line of work. It helped me to better appreciate my life, my friendships, and my opportunities -- and, amidst the feelings of loss, I am grateful for each and every one of those lessons and insights.

But it also took a lot of time to process and absorb -- and it seems that, in that time, dA has changed quite a bit too.

More than a few of the names on my dA watchlist/friendslist have moved on while I've been gone: Some going pro and leaving the online commission biz behind entirely (or at least mostly), while others now primarily ply their trade on newer platforms like Tumblr, and a few seem to have to left the scene entirely. Getting the Redline comic up and running again, which I'd still like to do, will require me to assemble a new art team largely from scratch...and that will take real time, consideration, and effort for me to get right -- resources that are in limited supply at the moment.

All that said, I've got some short to mid-term plans that should bring a bit of new life into this page. Though I haven't had time to accomplish much creatively over the 20 months and change, I did manage to make it to a handful of conventions -- where I scored several spectacular commissions that I'm looking forward to sharing with those of you who have hung in there with me and are still watching this page (thanks for that, by the way) in the weeks to come.

After those updates, I think I will post some pages from the Redline Preview Edition here as well.

And after that...who knows? 

PS -- If you can, please support Oliver Nome :iconolivernome: via  his Brain Cancer Fund @ www.gofundme.com/olivernome -- because Oliver's a good guy and one heck of an artist -- and because cancer f**king sucks. His fund is at over 80% of its goal, so any donation could make a big difference in closing that last bit of distance.


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Back Online

Journal Entry: Wed Jul 16, 2014, 8:05 PM


Onair by itsago

The problems with my Desktop turned out to be a little more serious than I initially believed them to be. Some key system files were damaged, so I had to extract all my data, rebuild (and, ultimately, upgrade) my OS, and reinstall all my apps, etc. -- but that's all been done, and things are (mostly) back to normal at this point.

In order to get back into the swing of things, I've already posted a couple of new pieces: a digital sketch of Shadowknight from the multitalented :iconshaunoneil: and an amazing marker/watercolor commission from Midnight Tiger writer/artist/creator (and bonafide Redline fan!)  :iconrayheight: !

I've still got two more phenomenal pieces from May's Big Wow! Comicfest to show off in the weeks to come. After that, the plan is to post some pages other process stuff from Redline's comic, along with some other art I never got around to uploading -- and maybe even a bit prose fiction if time and circumstances permit. ;)

In the meantime, check out :iconwhitneycook:'s fanstastic color work over the :icondrmoore: piece I linked to in my last update:

Redline Fanart by WhitneyCook


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Two Steps Forward...

Journal Entry: Tue Jun 10, 2014, 10:31 AM


Technical Difficulties by itsago

...aaand one step back.

My main PC (the one that's connected to my scanner, runs Photoshop CS6, etc.) crapped out over the weekend and is currently in for repairs -- so my ability to post new content and manage my dA page is rather limited atm.

Hopefully, things will be back in gear by sometime this weekend.

However, I didn't want to wait that long to recognize and thank all of you who have welcomed me back to dA and faved/commented my new uploads. Your positive feedback and interaction is much appreciated. I hope to get around to responding to you all individually, but in the meantime please take this journal entry as a general expression of my gratitude.

Lastly, a special shout-out to :icondrmoore: for this awesome Redline fanart!:

Redline Fanart WIP *UPDATE* by DRMoore


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Under Reconstruction

Journal Entry: Tue Jun 3, 2014, 5:45 PM


I'm back!

Apologies for the long absence. After having a great 2012, 2013 turned out to be the worst year of my life. I'd go into the whys and wherefores of it all, but a lot of that is still painful to talk about -- so, for now at least, I'd rather focus on the positive and make the most I can out of this year instead.

Production on the Redline comic ground to a halt early last year, but I hope to get things rolling again in the not too distant future. In the meantime, I've got some stuff in reserve that I've been dying to show off, beginning with a brand-new design sheet for Redline, illustrated by the incomprable :iconfooray: : Redline: Reference Art 2014 by itsago

And that's just an appetizer! In the days/weeks to come, I'll also be uploading some preview art and process stuff from the Redline: Preview Edition comic I published a while back, some new concept art, and a few pieces I commissioned at last month's Big Wow! Comicfest, where I got to meet :iconrayheight: , :iconace-continuado: , :iconunderdogmike: , Norm Rapmund, Marat Mychaels, and exchange pleasantries with my old pal, Ron Lim -- all of whom were great to talk to and deal with.

I'm also thinking about uploading some prose fiction and/or game stats for some of my characters as well -- so, if any of that sounds interesting please let me know.


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WWW.REDLINECOMIC.COM

Journal Entry: Sat Oct 13, 2012, 3:25 PM


The big day some of you have been asking about has FINALLY ARRIVED-- click HERE www.redlinecomic.com for the most important announcement in the history of this page!

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R.I.P. Joe Kubert 1926-2012

Journal Entry: Sun Aug 12, 2012, 10:50 PM


Details here: www.comicsbeat.com/2012/08/12/…

Kubert was, and will remain, a legendary artist with an amazing body of work (that he was adding to right up until the very end, inking his son, Andy, on DC's Before Watchmen: Nite Owl LS) -- but that's just a portion of the unparalleled creative legacy he leaves behind. He mentored his two sons, both huge talents in their own right, and shaped the talents of countless others through his world famous and universally respected school.

Sergeant Rock and Hawkman will never be quite the same again.

PS -- Check out the list of notable Kubert School alumni here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kube… to get some sense of just how influential Mr. Kubert was.

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Summer Daze

Journal Entry: Thu Jul 26, 2012, 3:39 PM


Things continue to move along behind the scenes, although they did so at a somewhat haphazard pace this month. However, I hope to have everything back on track soon. I know many of you have been waiting patiently for the oft-promised 'big announcement', and I regret having to delay it once again. I just want it to actually *be* big, and have real specifics as opposed to just empty hype...and for that I'm going to need a little more time.

Meanwhile, here are a few quick thoughts on some of this summer's offerings:

-Avengers: Though I have immense respect Joss Whedon's talents, I thought even he would have a hard time putting together a movie that could actually deliver on the years of hype and anticipation preceding it. Fortunately, he (and the uniformly amazing cast) delivered more than enough excitement, adventure, and cool character moments to do so. I want a Black Widow movie (or, even better, a Black Widow & Hawkeye movie) YESTERDAY, a Ruffalo/Hulk Movie THE DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY (bonus points if they bring back Liv Tyler as Betty Ross) and am thoroughly psyched for the next round of Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor sequels.

That said, I'm a little skeptical about the just-announced Guardians of The Galaxy Movie. None of the GOTG comics really caught on with me, and I think the Marvel Studios folks will have to work hard to develop the initial high-concept hook of 'superheroes -- in SPAAAAAACE!' into a viable movie with a workable story and a cool cast of characters.

-Amazing Spider-Man: This movie had a  fantastic cast: Andrew Garfield captures the outcast angst of Peter Parker and the wise-ass snark of Spider-Man with equal aplomb, Emma Stone is captivating (and looks as if she stepped right out of a page from Jeph Loeb and Time Sale's Spider-Man: Blue), and Martin Sheen and Sally Field make a great Uncle Ben and Aunt May. The story while awkward in spots (the events leading up to Uncle Ben's death seemed needlessly contrived, and there were one or two other instances of sloppy and/or convoluted storytelling) got the foundations, core themes, and heart of the Spider-Man character right.

The only real disappointment was The Lizard. Though Rhys Ifans did excellent work as Curt Connors, the combination of CGI and makeup they used for his monsdtrous incarnation resulted in a creature that looked more like a poor rendition of The Scorpion than The Lizard. I wish they'd gone for a more Todd McFarlane-esque take on the character.

Also, if Sony is going to try to ape Marvel Studios' post-credits teasers, they need to do a better job doing so. The mystery surrounding the deaths of Peter's parents was already well-established in the first few minutes of the film, and the post-credits tag didn't build on that mystery in any sort of satisfying way.

-The Dark Knight Rises: WOW, just wow. After the wholesale awesomeness that was the Avengers, I had real doubts as to whether Christopher Nolan & Co. could match the quality of that movie-going experience, let alone exceed it -- but they absolutely blew it away. That's not a dig on the Avengers, it was very well-acted, incredibly entertaining, and looked phenomenal -- but TDKR was all those things *and also* a more thematically ambitious movie that evoked current events to tell an ultimately redemptive story with powerful things to say about the importance of finding hope and meaning even the darkest of circumstances. The Avengers was beautifully executed, epic-scale fun, but TDKR was beautifully executed, epic-scale fun that made you *think*.

Fantastic work from the movie's entire cast (especially Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, and Michael Caine) gorgeous direction/cinematography, and a well-crafted story that brought this era of Batman movies to an thoroughly satisfying conclusion.

In fact, I would argue TDKR is the best concluding chapter to a genre trilogy yet (with Peter Jackson's LOTR: Return of The King as the only other viable contender) -- with bonus points to Nolan for sticking to his vision and delivering a strong ending to his overarching story.

Finally a few quick comic recs: The Hypernaturals (Futuristic creator-owned superheroics from Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning; Boom! Studios), Scarlet Spider (fun, quirky solo heroics by Chris Yost, Ryan Stegman, and Khoi Pham; one of Marvel's best books right now...and I say that as someone who hated the Clone Saga with the fire of 1000 suns), Uncanny X-Force (another great Marvel title -- dark, often brutally funny, and always well written/drawn), Danger Club (a unique and cleverly-executed take on the teen superteam concept with great character designs; Image Comics), The Shadow (Garth Ennis is writing the best take on this classic pulp hero in YEARS; Dynamite Entertainment), and Supergirl/Earth 2/World's Finest (three books from DC's 'New 52' that deserve a wider audience).

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Journal Jumpstart

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 8, 2012, 3:34 PM


How sad is it that my last entry is all about wishing that it was May 4th right now (so I could see the Avengers movie)...and this one is being posted less than a month away from that date?

Clearly, I've got to get better at this journaling thing.

However, just because I haven't been all that active on dA as of late doesn't mean that I haven't been hard at work on some exciting creative endeavors. A lot of cool content is coming together behind the scenes, and I hope to have more to say about it very soon.

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Deep Thoughts on the Captain America Movie

Journal Entry: Fri Jul 22, 2011, 3:15 AM


3 Word Review: Cool as #$%!

6 Word Review: Possibly the best Marvel movie yet! (competing with Iron Man I and Spider-Man II, IMHO)

See it of you like superheroes, comic books, or things that are awesome!

(But don't bother with 3D, all the effects were tacked on in post-production. I saw it in 2D and it looked phenomenal!)

Other Notes:

-Hayley Atwell (Peggy Carter) is mother$%^&ing gorgeous -- and quite bad-ass as well!

-The post-credits sequence will make you wish it was May 2012 RIGHT NOW!

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4 Months and 10 Days Since My Last Journal Entry?!

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 17, 2011, 7:24 PM


...yeah, that's pretty embarrassing.

Apologies for the recent stretch of radio silence hereabouts -- but there are two good reasons for this...

Reason #1: I've got a new day job, one that's much more fulfilling and challenging my last gig -- but making the transition has taken a lot of time and energy.

Reason #2: I've been trying to put together something BIG.  Nothing's definitive yet, and there's nothing I can announce here now...but things are beginning to come together -- and if they do it's going to be AWESOME.

The good news is this: Even though I haven't been posting and/or uploading, I've still been commissioning stuff, both via dA and during my visit to Wondercon a few weeks back. I've got some great new pieces I hope find time to upload over the next few days/weeks. Some are from tried and true favorites of mine, some are from awesome new (to me, anyway) artists, and one is from a relatively new (but most definitely major-league) talent who opened a small commission list for the first time last month!

So cool stuff is on the way -- though I'm hitting 'pause' on the Marshal Forces character rollout for a bit. Task Force Red has a few secrets I'm not prepared to reveal just yet...though you will get a sneak peek at one of its members soon.

And here are a few 'random thoughts' to close out this entry:

:bulletblack: I'm kicking myself for missing Black Swan on the big screen -- and I need to find time to see Sucker Punch in IMAX before it's gone too.

:bulletblack: Superman's never been a favorite character of mine, but DC/Warner Brothers' All-Star Superman   Direct-to-DVD movie was spectacular -- and the advance screening I caught of their next release (wondercon), Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, was pretty impressive too. Check 'em both out if you have the chance.

:bulletblack: The FX network's Justified is by far the best TV show on the air right now. If you're not watching it, you're really missing out. Some of my other, somewhat guiltier, TV pleasures include A&E's Breakout Kings, Young Justice, and G. I. Joe: Renegades (underrated and absolutely great, if you ever had any interest in the Joes, you need to see this show).

:bulletblack: Good Comics: Avengers Academy (Christos Gage's writing is powerfully character-driven, cleverly plotted, and full of surprises) and T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents (Nick Spencer is a superstar writer in the making, and this series has more twists, thrills and suspense than two seasons of 24) both rock, month in and month out -- and though Arrden Entertainment's Grim Ghost (a supernatural superhero fighting crime in the afterlife) series and Marvel's Fear Itself Event (the Red Skull's daughter + evil Norse gods = TROUBLE for the Marvel U)  have only just begun, both of them have already intrigued me to the point that I'm eager to see more.

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Random Thoughts

Journal Entry: Tue Dec 7, 2010, 2:21 AM


:bulletblack: I'm really psyched to see the new Tron movie. Childhood nostalgia FTW!

:bulletblack: I'm also mildly interested in that Warrior's Way flick. It looks like the sort of bad movie I'd probably enjoy. I saw Ninja Assassin at about this time last year for about the same reasons and enjoyed it for the unabashed cheese-fest it was.

:bulletblack: UFC 124 is this weekend. I've always considered Kos to be a massive tool before, but after watching his d-bag antics on this season of TUF I think even less of him than I did before. GSP, on the other hand, was nothing but class the whole way through. I hope he annihilates Kos on Saturday.

:bulletblack: Speaking of TUF 12, props to Jonathan Brookins for bouncing back from losing Round 1 of the finale fight (courtesy of Michael Johnson, who did much better than I expected him to) to win the whole thing. Much like GSP, he seems like a humble and fundamentally decent guy with a ton of athletic talent. The UFC's lightweight division is probably the most stacked and competitive weight class in the world of MMA, but I think Brookins has what it takes to succeed...if he puts some real time into his stand-up defense.

:bulletblack: I've been enjoying Conan O'Brien's new show on TBS, and I'm glad to see the guy bounce back from getting hosed by NBC -- but I still think David Letterman is the best host on the late-night talk show scene. IMHO, Conan is in third place -- behind Dave and the highly underrated Craig Ferguson.

:bulletblack: And while I'm on the subject of NBC, I got a kick out of seeing Jeff Zucker's exit interview on Charlie Rose last week. Zucker might know his way around the network news scene, but he was an absolute disaster when it came to primetime entertainment programming. Besides the Conan/Jay debacle, his bonehead decision to put Jay @ 10pm for a year led to NBC canceling Southland (which, fortunately found new life @ TNT -- but with a diminished budget, cast, and number of episodes). He won't be missed.

:bulletblack: Sons of Anarchy just wrapped up its third season. The Sons' extended sojourn in Ireland (and the Abel abduction drama) went on a few episodes too long, but the season finale was pure awesome. I'll be looking forward to next year. In the meantime, I'm stoked that Justified will be back on TV soon.

:bulletblack: Comics I've enjoyed recently: Bendis' Scarlet (some of BMB's strongest writing in years), Marvel's new Spider-Girl series (a promising new beginning for the heroine formerly know as Arana), Red Robin (smart writing by Fabian Nicieza, incredible art from :icon0boywonder0:), Secret Avengers (Brubaker & Deodato are kicking butt month in and month out), Halcyon (a new intriguing new superhero series from Image), and the new Legion of Superheroes title (a return to greatness for Paul Levitz with great art by :iconcinar:).

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Even Quicker November Update!

Journal Entry: Wed Nov 3, 2010, 1:48 PM


:bulletblack: There's some amazing new art of Redline I can't wait to show off. Plan on seeing some stunning pieces over the next couple of weeks -- starting with these!
Redline: Inks + Colors by Swan by itsago Redline by Layno by itsago Redline by Chamba by itsago Redline by DuBois by itsago

:bulletblack: Marshal Mondays are in full swing! I will be introducing and spotlighting new elements of Marshal Forces each week until the whole team has debuted -- so stay tuned for more new heroes and awesome artwork! Check out the 'Marshal Mondays' section on my main page for more details and hints of what's to come.

:bulletblack: I finally have a superheroic :iconllama3dplz: for my superhero-centric gallery! Additional llamas are welcome, but no more are needed. Much thanks to everyone who gave me a llama!

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Marshal Forces Debuts!

Journal Entry: Mon Aug 9, 2010, 9:42 PM


Presenting Marshal Forces: A team of 18 new superheroes charged with bringing America's deadliest villains to justice!

Check out the artist's comments of itsago.deviantart.com/art/Mars… (THIS) post for more info on the newest arrivals to the It's A Go! Universe!

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RIP Al Williamson 1931-2010

Journal Entry: Mon Jun 14, 2010, 5:54 PM


One of the true giants of the comics medium is no longer with us. Williamson was simply one of the greatest adventure artists of this or any era.

By the time I got into comics, he was working primarily as an inker, where his precision and superior draftsmanship added immense value to any project lucky enough obtain his services. As young reader, Williamson's inking was the first such work that really stood out to me. It made any artist's work (even those whose work I didn't otherwise care for) look polished, eye-catching, and lush. Years later, when I was exposed to his body of work as a penciller (on Marvel's Star Wars books, Flash Gordon, etc.), the man's superhuman degree of artistic talent blew my fanboy mind.

There's more on his career and artistic legacy here: www.comicsreporter.com/index.p… and www.comicsbeat.com/2010/06/14/…

I'm a child of the late Bronze Age of comics, so while I recognized the importance and excellence of legendary artists like Eisner and Kirby, their passings didn't have the same emotional impact on me as Mr. Williamson's has. Losing him, Dick Giordano (a similarly gifted penciller/inker, who also had a long and successful tenure as DC Comics' EIC), and Frank Frazetta in a matter of months has caused me to look back on many of the favorite comics of my childhood with a mixture of affection, respect, and nostalgia -- tinged with some sadness.

By the time I started attending comic conventions on a semi-regular basis (just under 10 years ago), Williamson had stopped. I feel lucky to have met and thanked many of my personal comics legends for the many happy childhood memories their work provided me with, and I regret not having had the chance to extend him the same courtesy.

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First Appearances!

Journal Entry: Mon Jan 18, 2010, 9:21 PM


:bulletblack: The first month of 2010 has been full of firsts for the heroes and villains of the Itsaverse!

:bulletred: We've got a brand new heroine on the scene: Black Phoenix! itsago.deviantart.com/gallery/…

:bulletred: An all-new villain (and the first member of Citizen Zero's Rogues Gallery): Doctor Sirocco! itsago.deviantart.com/art/Doct…

:bulletred: And last, but definitely not least, the Itsaverse's first piece of fan-art!! :w00t: Check out this fun take on Redline delhewittjr.deviantart.com/art…
by :icondelhewittjr:

:bulletblack: The holiday season was also pretty action packed here at It's A Go! Central, featuring:

:bulletyellow: The induction of 3 villains into the It's A Go! Rogues Gallery: Gladiatrix itsago.deviantart.com/art/Glad… , Speedfreak itsago.deviantart.com/art/Spee… , and Shadowknight! itsago.deviantart.com/art/Shad…

:bulletyellow: My first coloring commissions from :iconeddy-swan-colors: , whose colors over :iconartgk: 's lines have really set the standard for full color depictions of Redline itsago.deviantart.com/art/Redl… itsago.deviantart.com/art/Redl…

:bulletyellow: And an uber-cute holiday sketch of Redline by the dynamite :icondaggerpoint: itsago.deviantart.com/art/Redl…

:bulletblack: Coming Soon:

:bulletgreen: Redline battles a biker gang!

:bulletgreen: Somebody switches sides!

:bulletgreen: Ninjas! :ninja:

:bulletgreen: More of :iconeddy-swan-colors: 's vibrant colors over :iconartgk: 's dynamic lineart!

:bulletgreen: And, later this year: A new saga begins with the debut of MARSHAL FORCES!

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Welcome to It's A Go! Studios

Journal Entry: Tue Nov 17, 2009, 6:27 PM


Hello fellow dA dwellers!

This page is dedicated to the heroes and villains of the It's A Go! Studios Universe, or the 'Itsaverse' for short. All the characters, character designs, concepts, and storylines here belong to me (J. C. Faraci).

That said, I would be remiss if I didn't thank the many, many talented artists I have commissioned to help me bring my ideas to life. You guys (and gals) rock!

Most of the deviations posted here feature my superheroine Redline, you can learn more about her HERE itsago.deviantart.com/art/Redl… and HERE itsago.deviantart.com/art/Redl…

Redline's story is just beginning -- you'll see much more of her in the days and weeks ahead. Lots of excitement, action, and surprises are on the way!

But even the best of heroes is nothing without some vicious villains to battle, so as of today It's A Go! Studios' 'Rogue's Gallery' is open for business! Drop by and check out its first dastardly denizen: ABRA CADAVER itsago.deviantart.com/art/Abra…

Finally, I'd like to thank everybody who took the time out to fave a deviation or leave a comment. Your praise means a lot!

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