Posts Tagged ‘remake’

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 Detective Comics Comics?) Today, I decided to redesign Wonder Woman. Or, not really redesign her, so much as draw her cartoonishly.


Read Full Post »

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 probably thought I was going to say “Superman.” I already did that.)


Bon appetit, DC Comics. My contact information is in the tab labeled “contact.” (Click to see the full sized version.)

Read Full Post »

Remake: 2000AD

A–um–more Americanized version of the first issue of British comic 2000AD.

More American for your reading pleasure

Read Full Post »

Remake: That Super-Man

On the web community Whitechapel, a recurring theme is the remaking/remodeling of older characters from the history of comics. Ordinarily they’re mostly forgotten characters with one foot in the pulps and one foot in the grave. A couple of weeks ago, it was Superman–based solely on the type from the cover! This was a Harvey Comics rendition…The Harvey Comics version, that is.

Read Full Post »