Q

mattkeyz asked:

Love that you used the Marvel Trading card design for the info sheets in your Spider-verse story. Can't wait to read it.

A

When I had the idea to use the trading cards I got really excited. And when I finished recreating the look of them and I could see them all done, it was thrilling. Those cards are very nostalgic for me. 

I hope you like the issue!

Q

brentlemen asked:

Hey man! Just wanted to say I'm a big fan of your work in Knights of the Old Republic, and that I'm super excited for your edge of the spider verse issue! You rock!

A

Oh cool! Thanks for being a fan of my KOTOR stuff. 

I really like that stuff too and I had a lot of fun on that series.

I hope you like my Edge of Spider-Verse issue.
amniacycle:

Pages 55 & 56

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
More Amnia coming soon. I swear.
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com amniacycle:

Pages 55 & 56

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
More Amnia coming soon. I swear.
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com

amniacycle:

Pages 55 & 56

Amnia Cycle Rerun 

More Amnia coming soon. I swear.

http://amniacycle.tumblr.com

A preview of a two-page spread from

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

My Spidey has jumping boots! — Why waste silk-solution?

dustinweaver:

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

In this comic I never show the front of Naamurah’s card… I’ll have to make it just for fun.  dustinweaver:

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

In this comic I never show the front of Naamurah’s card… I’ll have to make it just for fun.  dustinweaver:

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

In this comic I never show the front of Naamurah’s card… I’ll have to make it just for fun.  dustinweaver:

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

In this comic I never show the front of Naamurah’s card… I’ll have to make it just for fun. 

dustinweaver:

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages

This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 

I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

In this comic I never show the front of Naamurah’s card… I’ll have to make it just for fun. 

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck. Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck. Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck. Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages
This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 
I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

Edge of Spider-Verse #3 — Preview pages

This is written, drawn, and colored by me. 

I’m fairly secure in my drawing ability, but I’m not as practiced as a writer or a colorist… I hope this doesn’t suck.

snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks. snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 
The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.
I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 
If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.
Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  
…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 
By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks.

snubpollard:

dustinweaver:

snubpollard:

(Mors tua vita mea, Milo Manara)

Woe is the artist. The world just doesn’t understand his artistic license. And the women from whom he draws his inspiration don’t like how he objectifies them. Sure they will burn at the stake because of the “real” evil men, but the artist— he makes the ultimate sacrifice in destroying his own painting. He is a victim. 

The title of this comic is Latin. It means “your death, my life.” In other word, your defeat is necessary for my survival.

I’ve never been a fan of Manara and I’ve never read this comic. Is there more, or is this it? 

If this is it and I’m interpreting it correctly, it’s some sick shit. Perhaps he was making some kind of ironic statement. I don’t know.

Sure, these are pretty pictures, but pretty pictures ain’t comics. You got to read comics.  

…thus- I continue to not like Manara. 

The posting of the above story is not intended as concurrence with the information presented, but as further illustration of the artist’s perspective on depiction and exploitation in light of recent statements. Thank you, and keep on reading the funnies.

I think it served perfectly as further illustration of the artist’s perspective, and I really appreciate your posting it. I also appreciate the link. I hadn’t read that response. 

By the way, I’m a fan. I enjoy the podcast. I have a lot of respect for your thoughts on comics and I like everything you post here on tumblr. Thanks.

I’m currently working my ass off on this comic.

i know he’s no “Spider-Gwen”, but I hope you check out my Edge of Spider-Verse issue anyway :)

amniacycle:

Pages 53 & 54

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com amniacycle:

Pages 53 & 54

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com
dustinweaver:

Here’s a panel from my Edge Of Spider-Verse issue.
That’s Dr. Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) and Dr. Kaori Ikegami.

dustinweaver:

Here’s a panel from my Edge Of Spider-Verse issue.

That’s Dr. Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) and Dr. Kaori Ikegami.