fox cub

baby fox 5x7 drawing - Copy

 
Fox Cub
Micron 05 fine point pen and Sharpie marker.

Buy it as a card or print.


I Made the Hulk Live!

Strange Tales 75 -  (21)

 
Collector’s Guide:
– From Strange Tales #75; Marvel, 1960.
Art by Don Heck? Stan Lee and Jack Kirby would recycle the name of this robot when they created The Incredible Hulk. This issue also contained a Jack Kirby monster story: Taboo! The Thing from the Murky Swamp!

 
Strange Tales 75 -  (22)

Strange Tales 75 -  (23)

Strange Tales 75 -  (24)

Strange Tales 75 - (25)


lion

lion 5x7 drawing - Copy

 
Lion
Micron 05 fine point pen and Sharpie Pro King Size marker

Buy it as a print or card.


Mister Morgan’s Monster!

Strange Tales 99 -  (3)

 
Collector’s Guide:
– From Strange Tales #99; Marvel Comics, 1962.
Pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers.
Explore our archives of Jack Kirby’s Monsters from vintage Marvel titles!

 
Strange Tales 99 -  (4)

Strange Tales 99 -  (5)

Strange Tales 99 -  (6)

Strange Tales 99 -  (7)

Strange Tales 99 -  (8)

Strange Tales 99 -  (9)


sketchbook sundays

smoke 5x7 drawing - Copy

 
Smoke
Micron 08 fine point pen and Sharpie Pro King Size marker

Buy it as a print or card.


I Found the Mad Universe!

Strange Tales 76 -  (21)

 
Collector’s Guide:
– From Strange Tales # 76; Marvel Comics, 1960
Art by Steve Ditko.
This issue also contained I am Dragoom with art by Jack Kirby.

 
Strange Tales 76 -  (22)

Strange Tales 76 -  (23)

Strange Tales 76 -  (24)

Strange Tales 76 - (25)


Rogue Trooper

2000ad 315-32_rogue_pinup

 
IDW began publishing a Rogue Trooper series this year. This character, like Judge Dredd, comes from the pages of UK comics magazine 2000AD. Co-created by Dave Gibbons, the original Rogue Trooper blended war comics with science-fiction. The G.I.’s of Rogue Trooper were not “Government Issue” but laboratory-spawned “Genetic Infantrymen” designed to withstand the harsh and toxic environments of an utterly poisoned Nu-Earth. Readers in the States may recognize Rogue Trooper from the video game of the same name, although the comics have never truly penetrated the mainstream here.

 
2000AD 314 - (20)

 
Our gallery today features parts one through four of the “Major Magnam” story – short enough that you can easily enjoy all of it, but long enough to give you a good idea of the vibe of this series. We also included some full-color covers from 2000AD featuring Rogue Trooper. Artist Brett Ewins, one of several to provide top-notch work on Rogue Trooper, dramatically illustrates this deliciously dark script by Gerry Finley-Day.

You can enjoy the Rogue Trooper classics in two paperback volumes that, together, come to about 800 pages: Rogue Trooper Tales of Nu-Earth 1 and Tales of Nu-Earth 2. You can also enjoy the first issue free, courtesy of the BBC.

 


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