A friendly sparring — from Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic #13

by Dustin Weaver — 2007

Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text
Writer- Jonathan Hickman
Art- Dustin Weaver
Color- Christina Strain Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text
Writer- Jonathan Hickman
Art- Dustin Weaver
Color- Christina Strain Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text
Writer- Jonathan Hickman
Art- Dustin Weaver
Color- Christina Strain Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text
Writer- Jonathan Hickman
Art- Dustin Weaver
Color- Christina Strain Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text
Writer- Jonathan Hickman
Art- Dustin Weaver
Color- Christina Strain

Scene from S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & #3 without text

Writer- Jonathan Hickman

Art- Dustin Weaver

Color- Christina Strain

pacino84:

New Avengers #21 cover by Dustin Weaver, out 7/30/14

Here’s an old Batman thing from back and 2008. 

Here’s an old Batman thing from back and 2008. 

An old Weapon X sketch I found. From 2008

Wolverine. Wolverine.

Kiki’s Delivery Service / Miyazaki - fan art 

professorthorgi:

dustinweaver:

I WROTE A COMIC BOOK!

It’s true. 

ROCKSTEADY AND BEBOP will be out in October.

With art by Ben Bates.

Check out my blog for some more details.

I’m not a big TMNT fan or anything, but I just bought this issue on Comixology for only two bucks and man it is awesome (a word I rarely ever use). It is fun, the art is excellent (seriously if you are an artist who wants to study doing action sequences then pick this book up) and it even gives Bebop and Rocksteady some heart. Loved it.

Thanks for the review. This response to our little comic is perfect and it really means a lot.

If anyone wants to check this issue out on Comixology here is the link. Bebop And Rocksteady on Comixology

Old Stuff — part 13
- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 
I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.
That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 
- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1. Old Stuff — part 13
- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 
I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.
That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 
- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1. Old Stuff — part 13
- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 
I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.
That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 
- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1. Old Stuff — part 13
- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 
I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.
That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 
- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1. Old Stuff — part 13
- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 
I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.
That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 
- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1.

Old Stuff — part 13

- Images 1&2 - During my Wildstorm internship in 2003 I actually pencilled an issue of Gen 13 that Ale Garza  laid out. Ale asked me if I wanted to do it and I jumped at the chance. What I didn’t know was that the editor didn’t know we were doing this and they weren’t happy about it. 

I tried my best to emulate Ale’s style to make the book a seamless reading experience. In retrospect I should have taken the opportunity to make it my own.

That issue was Gen 13 Volume 2 #11. It’s basically my first published work. 

- Image 3,4,& 5 - In 2003-04 I drew backgrounds for Ale Garza on Gen 13 Volume 2 #13, A 4 page Street Fighter backup story, and 9 pages of Starjammers #1.

Concept art for a creator owned series that I collaborated with wrier Rob Williams on. 
This was back in 2008. The series never became a real thing. It’s a little complicated, but I ended up doing my first work with Marvel instead.
I still kind of want to do this story just so that I can draw that jacket.
(side note: I colored this stuff with a mouse! That’s crazy) Concept art for a creator owned series that I collaborated with wrier Rob Williams on. 
This was back in 2008. The series never became a real thing. It’s a little complicated, but I ended up doing my first work with Marvel instead.
I still kind of want to do this story just so that I can draw that jacket.
(side note: I colored this stuff with a mouse! That’s crazy) Concept art for a creator owned series that I collaborated with wrier Rob Williams on. 
This was back in 2008. The series never became a real thing. It’s a little complicated, but I ended up doing my first work with Marvel instead.
I still kind of want to do this story just so that I can draw that jacket.
(side note: I colored this stuff with a mouse! That’s crazy)

Concept art for a creator owned series that I collaborated with wrier Rob Williams on. 

This was back in 2008. The series never became a real thing. It’s a little complicated, but I ended up doing my first work with Marvel instead.

I still kind of want to do this story just so that I can draw that jacket.

(side note: I colored this stuff with a mouse! That’s crazy)