Edge Of Spider-Verse #3 preview
Oh, man! I just realized I’ve got nowhere to hide with this comic. If people don’t like it, it’s all my fault. I can’t blame it on the writer or a colorist or anyone. 
Shit! What have I done? … Oh well. hahaha We’ll see how this goes.
Out Wednesday 9/24 Edge Of Spider-Verse #3 preview
Oh, man! I just realized I’ve got nowhere to hide with this comic. If people don’t like it, it’s all my fault. I can’t blame it on the writer or a colorist or anyone. 
Shit! What have I done? … Oh well. hahaha We’ll see how this goes.
Out Wednesday 9/24 Edge Of Spider-Verse #3 preview
Oh, man! I just realized I’ve got nowhere to hide with this comic. If people don’t like it, it’s all my fault. I can’t blame it on the writer or a colorist or anyone. 
Shit! What have I done? … Oh well. hahaha We’ll see how this goes.
Out Wednesday 9/24 Edge Of Spider-Verse #3 preview
Oh, man! I just realized I’ve got nowhere to hide with this comic. If people don’t like it, it’s all my fault. I can’t blame it on the writer or a colorist or anyone. 
Shit! What have I done? … Oh well. hahaha We’ll see how this goes.
Out Wednesday 9/24

Edge Of Spider-Verse #3 preview

Oh, man! I just realized I’ve got nowhere to hide with this comic. If people don’t like it, it’s all my fault. I can’t blame it on the writer or a colorist or anyone. 

Shit! What have I done? … Oh well. hahaha We’ll see how this goes.

Out Wednesday 9/24

Edge of Spider-Verse #3
Here’s the concept drawing for Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) along with some images to show you what inspired his look. 
John Lennon
Yosuke Mikura from Barbara by Osamu Tezuka. 
Mega Man (this image is by Hitoshi Ariga, who is super good. I like his Mega Man comics) Edge of Spider-Verse #3
Here’s the concept drawing for Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) along with some images to show you what inspired his look. 
John Lennon
Yosuke Mikura from Barbara by Osamu Tezuka. 
Mega Man (this image is by Hitoshi Ariga, who is super good. I like his Mega Man comics) Edge of Spider-Verse #3
Here’s the concept drawing for Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) along with some images to show you what inspired his look. 
John Lennon
Yosuke Mikura from Barbara by Osamu Tezuka. 
Mega Man (this image is by Hitoshi Ariga, who is super good. I like his Mega Man comics) Edge of Spider-Verse #3
Here’s the concept drawing for Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) along with some images to show you what inspired his look. 
John Lennon
Yosuke Mikura from Barbara by Osamu Tezuka. 
Mega Man (this image is by Hitoshi Ariga, who is super good. I like his Mega Man comics)

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

Here’s the concept drawing for Aaron Aikman (The Spider-Man) along with some images to show you what inspired his look. 

John Lennon

Yosuke Mikura from Barbara by Osamu Tezuka. 

Mega Man (this image is by Hitoshi Ariga, who is super good. I like his Mega Man comics)

A preview panel from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol.2 #6
Page process from Avengers #35
-Layout
-Pencils with digital finishes. No ink. (A slightly different process than anything else I’ve done.)
-Colors by Frank Martin Jr.
Out now. Page process from Avengers #35
-Layout
-Pencils with digital finishes. No ink. (A slightly different process than anything else I’ve done.)
-Colors by Frank Martin Jr.
Out now. Page process from Avengers #35
-Layout
-Pencils with digital finishes. No ink. (A slightly different process than anything else I’ve done.)
-Colors by Frank Martin Jr.
Out now.

Page process from Avengers #35

-Layout

-Pencils with digital finishes. No ink. (A slightly different process than anything else I’ve done.)

-Colors by Frank Martin Jr.

Out now.

Part of a page from Avengers #35

Colors by Frank Martin.

Out tomorrow. Wednesday November 17.

Jim Cheung, Nick Bradshaw, and Paco Media took care of most of the art duties. I just jumped on for a small handful of pages. It’s written by Jonathan Hickman. It should be pretty cool.

amniacycle:

Pages 57 & 58

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

Pages 57 & 58

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com
Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle. Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

Old Stuff — part 15

Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.

Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 

Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

Like giant robots?

Well here.

Is everybody happy now. 

New Sagittarius A* page.

See it all here:  http://sagittariusastar.tumblr.com

A preview of a two-page spread from

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

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