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Buenos días maigos ya desayunaron?? #batman
MEGA-throwback to the first alien I ever drew.
I can't remember why it was crying, maybe I was having a bad day. I probably just found it strange that an alien would cry. That a super being capable of almost anything we can imagine is still an emotional creature... Or maybe I just thought it was cute. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Uncle Tarkwin, an ancient Vampire from, 'Annyseed.' -Be sure to read the comic online! Link can be found an my profile!
In tonights installment of Annyseed...
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Late night drawing of a guy with a lot of layers
Sorry this weeks comic came out a bit late!!
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When society constructs your identity and distorts your own perception of yourself, but the mirror says you're handsome af so you keep chugging on.
X-Men 5 🐺❌🦑
“The gentleman assumes the pot is his to win... but I have a literal ace up my sleeve.”
There is a short list of comic book artists that influenced and defined a generation of talent. When these artists came around, the industry changed to reflect their influence and other artists would try to imitate their style. I’m not saying these are necessarily the greatest comic artists of all time, but they’re the ones that defined the look of the industry for an era. Jack Kirby was the apex of the 60s, Neal Adams defined the look of the 70s, John Byrne was the biggest name of the 80s, and from about 1991 to 2003 the industry tried desperately to find the next Jim Lee. But these talents don’t have equals, only imitators. For me Jim Lee’s explosion onto the scene in the late 80s marks the beginning of modern comics. Everything Lee did felt big, like a summer blockbuster. His action was crisp, his line was sketchy, and his characters looked like superhero/anime hybrids. Of note he also redesigned a number of X-Men uniforms that became iconic in X-Men the Animated Series. Later in his career Lee would help found Image Comics, sell his imprint to DC, and after memorable runs on Batman and Superman be named co-publisher at the company. Lee was an innovator who parlayed his talent into a loyal fanbase and harnessed those fans as power to ascend to the top spot at one of the biggest comic book companies in the world. But when it’s all said and done, I still think his time on the X-Men produced the best and most iconic work of his career. ——————————
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