Instagram roundup of the stuff I drew at SDCC. I did not get to see all my friends, which was a bummer, but it was nice to see the friends I did. Maybe next year we’ll manage to get a booth and make life easier for e’rrbody.
Speaking of, would y’all be interested in seeing some fanart/write-ups of of my favorite comics from SDCC? I got my hands on some incredible work that I’m really excited about.
Here it is: Gal Gadot in costume. On the whole, I think it looks good. It bit like Xena in heels, true, but Wonder Woman wears heels. I would have preferred her original colours—red, gold, blue, and white—but I look at this and remain optimistic. What do you think?
(Edited: Original picture replaced with colour corrected one.)
Widely circulated photos have shown San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and City Council President Todd Gloria riding the 200-foot zip line set up at Comic-Con International to promote Fox’s Gotham, but it’s The Hollywood Reporter’s Philiana Ng who delivers the […]
Ok, before you say I jumped on the bandwagon, let me take a selfie with my batmobile: It’s BATGIRL!!!
Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, 1970s
Happy Birthday, Lynda Carter!
Stephanie Brown’s first appearance is now available at Comixology. The three part story can be found in Detective Comics #647-649.
I’m excited for the new Batgirl. I wasn’t into the New 52, with the exception of a couple of titles I’ve been following in trade, but I’ve been reading Batman Eternal and I am interested in reading more. Now I’ve put Batgirl and Catwoman on my hold list, starting with issues 35. But one thing keeps nagging at me.
In the promotional art for the new Batgirl there’s a design page and a note about the her saying ‘LEATHER JACKET NOT SPANDEX!’ It captions a picture comparing two images of her jacket. The one that highlights her breasts has a red ‘x’ beside it. No plans to go that way.
I’ve seen this before. Ten years ago Darwyn Cooke did a fantastic job of redesigning Catwoman’s costume. It too was leather and did a great job of balancing the character’s sexiness and the practical needs of a cat burglar. Then Adam Hughes got a hold of it. He half unzipped the top and most artists haven’t found a way to zip it back up again.
Now I know Barbara isn’t Selina, but it’s been nagging at me.
No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Fan-arting my own character in my own way. Personal work, 2014