Have a merry Way Of Shadows Christmas!

Christmas via The Way Of Shadows

Christmas'd characters from my latest comic project:
  The graphic novel adaptation of Brent Weeks' first book of The Night Angel Trilogy: The Way of Shadows


Scud: The Disposable Mecha

Scud: The Disposable Assassin, Mass Destruction Model

Pop him out of his vending machine and he's ready to fend off giant, city-killing monsters.

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Old Man Slim

Project : Rooftop - Fan-Art Fridays featuring Cyclops.  Check it out, there's a bunch of really fun drawings and redesigns of classic X-Man, Scott "Cyclops/Slim" Summers.

Time travel and stuff.


Snowflame: the cocaine powered supervillain

DC Comics character Snowflame is/was powered by Cocaine.  For real.  Not sure if he made it to the New 52 or not, but I don't see why you shouldn't petition DC to make it happen.



Typhoid Mary

Daredevil villain with dissociative identity disorderTyphoid Mary - Not exactly a redesign as she (in the Typhoid personality) seems like someone who would wear whatever she wants.

If you're interested in some real-life comics about real-life dissociative identity disorder, check out Madison Clell's book, Cuckoo HERE

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Professor Blastoff: Wagonini

The Professor Blastoff podcast is a big ol' pile of Awesome that I can't recommend highly enough.  Hosts Tig Notaro, Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger have great chemistry that is superfun to listen to. If you like Awesome, this is a podcast you need to listen to.

Listen to it and find out the origins of the Wagonini!

(clean version: no hogs hanging out)



Cafe racer of vengeance?  Modified by the lords of hell for speed and handling rather than comfort.  This vengeance is dealt quick and deftly.

And just for kicks:  GhostRiderishness



Blastaar The Living Bomb Burst - a space bear from the Negative Zone.

Blastaar gives you the rundown HERE.  There's lots to learn from that guy.



Leoric from Visionaries.  He turns into a glowing blue lion sometimes and I'm not sure why he carries his own whip.  Before turning into a lion he hands it to the guy next to him with a "Here, you're gonna need this."

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Doctor Dogtor

While the rest of comics is out at San Diego Comic Con, the Doctor is in.


Green Lantern - Project Rooftop

Project Rooftop Green Lantern redesign -  Hal Jordan transformed into a Lantern[/battery] and needing a containment suit to keep him focused into a human form.  One step past being a Sentinel physically bonded to a lantern battery to actually being a lantern.  

OR it could be a lantern taking the form of Hal Jordan!  Who is the real Hal Jordan?! Mystery! SUSPENSE!


Heroes Con 2013!

Wish I could communicate in language how spectacular this year's Heroes Con was.  It was really the best time to be had by any human who enjoys their times to be the best.
A million thanks to Shelton and the rest of Heroes' Heroes! 

Here's a Galactus convention sketch from Heroes Con 2013.



Project: Rooftop's Fan-Art Friday 
starring The X-Men's adventure-scientist-founding member:  BEAST.


HELHEIM #3 Variant Cover

Super limited edition variant cover colored by Nick Filardi for Helheim #3 from Oni Press.

Written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Joƫlle Jones

Get it FIRST at Phoenix Comic-Con (booth 664&666) this weekend!


Batman Convention Sketch

C2E2 Convention Sketch with some color slapped in after the fact.

Next Convention: HEROES CON! June 7-9 in Charlotte, NC


World War Hulk

Convention sketch of World War Hulk from this year's C2E2 with some color slapped on it.


Legion of Superheroes: Tyroc

Legion of Superheroes:  Tyroc

Countdown to C2E2:  April 26-28 - 2 days to go!

Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo:  Aritst Alley Table C9



Deadshot used to run around in a top coat in tails as a Batman villain before the red suit and metal head.  Batman's villains were all kinds of classy back in the day: overdressing to make Batman look like a jerk in his tights.  Or maybe more villains need top coats and tails instead of red jumpsuits and gun-arms.

Col. Trautman said it best when he said: "You don't seem to want to accept the fact you're dealing with an expert in guerrilla warfare, with a man who's the best, with guns, with knives, with his bare hands. A man who's been trained to ignore pain, ignore weather, to live off the land, to eat things that would make a billy goat puke."

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Ghost In The Shell: Motoko

If you haven't seen any Ghost In The Shell movies or episodes, then I don't know what to tell you.