Leap of Faith

So we’re coasting the wave of a superhero renaissance in the world of pop culture, what with the glut of Avengers, Batman, and other films starring Hollywood’s handsomest dudes. With all of that, Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse still stands out as one of the best of the bunch for one simple reason: superheroes work best in cartoon form. Seriously, this one deserves a watch.

Cheating at Inktober ‘18: Lois and Clark

“Are you going to draw them like Lewis and Clark? You know, like the explorers?”

No, because I don’t want to draw buckskin.

Seriously, though, Lois Lane is, like, the best character in comics. Well, maybe not the absolute best, but she’s pretty darn great.

Cheating at Inktober ‘18: Toyo Harada

Kinda phoning it in today, but I’m glad I got the chance to take a crack at this guy. Toyo Harada is the big bad of the Valiant line of comics, kind of a mix between Doctor Doom and the Kingpin, but also… like, weirdly sympathetic? Valiant comics are surprisingly great.

Cheating at Inktober ‘18: Storm

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Mohawk Storm is Best Storm.

I drew a Storm for my very first Inktober, but I wound up cutting the top of her head off. This time, I made sure that I got the top… and nothing else. Planning!

Cheating at Inktober ‘18: Poison Ivy

I’ve gotten kinda sick of “serious Batman.” Like, don’t get me wrong, there are some great serious Batman stories out there, but, you know, Batman can be used in other stories, too. Like funny Batman, or high adventure Batman…

…or that most underutilized of all Batmen: cute Batman.