Please only reply if you consider yourself to be at a professional level and can provide plenty of sequential samples.
It's probably obvious, but these are Batman and Robin analogues. I think the Swan mask design is the best thing I've ever done.
The idea behind this is that Swan is basically defined by Duckling (his fingers) and his shadow (which kind of alludes to a short story I wrote about them long ago).
What do you guys think?
PS, if anyone is interested in colouring this, that would be amazing!
I've always loved superheroes.
I grew up on stories where people helped others simply because they could, often suffering and sacrificing along the way. Now I work with the closest thing in the real world, where my co-workers actually put their life on the line every shift in order to serve our community and keep people safe.
All I've ever really wanted to do was make comics.
The need to create has been kind of overwhelming me lately. I just have to get some of these stories out there. At the same time, I would like to make a difference in the world. I may have found a way to satisfy both of these.
I don't have any realistic career aspirations making these comics, I just want to produce some interesting comics. There are plenty of causes that could use a couple dollars more than I do, so instead of paying for the work, I hope viewers will consider putting that money towards a charitable donation. I might suggest an organization that relates to that particular story, or you can pick something you feel strongly about.
Make comics, make a difference.
I always felt that art can change the world, so maybe this format can help. Who knows if the idea will catch on, but it's worth a try. If you want to post your own work on this platform, or would consider collaborating on something, let me know!
I've created a Facebook group called Altruist Comics and posted the first (of many, I hope) comic there. The pages have also been added to this gallery, but I hope to build a bit of a community there.
This story in particular is definitely for mature readers. Check it out and let me know what you think! www.facebook.com/altruistcomics/