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)

"Ah, Pluto"
I really love Tezuka’s intros in the Astro Boy comics. I want to do this for something some time— make a comic book version of myself and introduce a story.
I particularly like this intro to "The World’s Greatest Robot". That opening two page spread is so epic, talking about the story you are about to read in the past tense.
"Ah, Pluto" 
Ah. Tezuka. "Ah, Pluto"
I really love Tezuka’s intros in the Astro Boy comics. I want to do this for something some time— make a comic book version of myself and introduce a story.
I particularly like this intro to "The World’s Greatest Robot". That opening two page spread is so epic, talking about the story you are about to read in the past tense.
"Ah, Pluto" 
Ah. Tezuka.

"Ah, Pluto"

I really love Tezuka’s intros in the Astro Boy comics. I want to do this for something some time— make a comic book version of myself and introduce a story.

I particularly like this intro to "The World’s Greatest Robot". That opening two page spread is so epic, talking about the story you are about to read in the past tense.

"Ah, Pluto" 

Ah. Tezuka.

I just read Osamu Tezuka’s Barbara and I felt compelled to do a little fan art. I thought it was great! Tezuka is still my favorite. Click on the Osamu Tezuka tag to see my past Tezuka fan drawing.

I’m a huge Tezuka fan.
Here’s a little Black Jack fan sketch to start the day with.
Click on the Osamu Tezuka tag to see my past Tezuka fan drawing.

I love Tezuka! He’s my favorite comic writer and he’d probably win first place for favorite writer/ artist. I’m re-reading MW right now and loving every bit of it. When I sit down with a Tezuka book I know I’m in for a ride that will take me in completely unexpected directions and that it will be exciting comics making.