There’s apparently a kite-flying motif to some of my comics and illustrations. I’m not sure what’s up with that. So, a couple of days ago, I decided (out of the kindness of my heart) to redesign Batman for DC Comics. (Since “DC” stands for Detective Comics, does that make the name of the company DetectiveContinue reading “The New Wonder Woman”
You may have heard that DC Comics is relaunching every single title in their stable. There’s apparently some controversy: characters are wearing pants now, and some are wearing fewer pants than they once were. So, in the spirit of generosity, I’ve decided to take a moment to redesign their most iconic character: Batman. (You probablyContinue reading “The New Batman.”
Another quick, monster-themed doodle, this time guest-starring my favorite monster from Dungeons and Dragons: the Otyugh. (Just try to pronounce that… I dare you.) Click to see the full version.
I watched the film Exit through the Gift Shop the other evening. It’s an entertaining look at street art. I’m not a big fan of most graffiti: I find the bulk of it to be uninspired vandalism for the sake of vandalism. There are those few, however, that really capture what I think is theContinue reading “Roger Ailes Controls the Spice”
Promotional art for The Number Crunch (see my last post!) and my best attempt to blatantly swipe from Genndy Tartakovsky.
For the last couple of months, I’ve been working on a game in my free time: a solo-rpg/boardgame/card game called “The Number Crunch: A Game of Death and Taxes.” It’s a game in which you–the player–take on the role of an Auditor in the Ministry of the Exchequer. Your job is to venture out intoContinue reading “The Number Crunch: A Game of Death and Taxes (Alpha)”
Over the past few weeks, as time has allowed, I’ve been working on a solo, mix-and-match dungeon crawl game. (Inspired by this, but not completed in time!) In the game, the player draws tiles that designate a creature made up of different parts. They’re assembled into some sort of post-modern hodgepodge of terror. (And byContinue reading “Sample Art from a Forthcoming Game”
I read last week (or the week before; who can keep track of these things?) that a run of Swamp Thing comics penned by British fantasist China Miéville was canceled by DC. Miéville is one of my favorite writers: he blends the horrific, the fantastic and the political into a grimy bouillabaisse of delicious reading.Continue reading “A Hypothetical China Miéville Swamp Thing”
An illustration that accompanied Nina Huntemann’s article about the ethics of immaterial consumption (specifically related to the allegations that the labor conditions involved in the creation of Red Dead Redemption were… um… less than ideal).
Clearly, I’m no caricaturist. This was me playing around with some of that razor sharp political commentary you all expect from me. It took all the will-power in the world to omit the Howard Hughes-esque mason jars from the composition.