In case you were unaware, my brother and I compete for Christmas. It’s usually the only present I’m looking forward to but this year, for the first time in the 25 or so years we have been doing this competition it was a tie! (aka TRAVESTY) So today I’m posting my submission for this year, a 3×4 foot Star Wars Episode IV poster in the style of Adventure Time featuring my brother and his wife as Luke and Leia.
A tie? Pbbbbt.
Well isn’t a great week for self promotion. So if you’re not doing anything on VDay (or even if you are.) Stop by the PIT around 11pm and enjoy the fruits of my and Donna Lobello’s 6 month labor. Her one woman show!!! Where she kills herself!!! Cause lets face it, she is not really worth the air we breath AMIRITE?!
Did I mention I made a kick-ass poster for the event (see above)?
And this was our Web series… or did you forget?
This is what you’ll see on the Covered blog today if you’re lookin’.Let’s all welcome my painstaking “cut paper” version of the April 1986 version of the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe into the world.
I still remember buying this issue, as I bought all my comics at the time, at the Newstand below the Fred Villari Karate Studio in Danvers, MA and coming up with wildest excuses as to where I came up with the money. (In reality, it was my own paper route tip money.)
I read this issue so many times that I assumed that characters like the Grey Gargoyle were major players, and long before I retired said comic to the pile of overused cultural magazine, the cover itself became tattered and lost. So really, this piece is a love letter to that chubby, perjuring greenbelt.
I just got the word that Monday I will have some art featured in the Covered Blog. If you never perused the Covered Blog its a blog devoted to doing tributes to classic comic book covers. I’m not gonna show mine off until the day off but for instance,
So mine will be something like that. I’m excited and a preemptive thanks to Robert Goodin for including me on my second try.
well geek out and BUY yourself some replica badges. But in this economy the lack of disposable income is appaulling and because I’m still off on a crafting kick following the Bea’s Bee-day I will show you how to make your own.
I can show you how to make your own.
You’ll need this stuff.
OK, got it?
Now take the pretty white paper and draw this.
Tomorrow is the world premiere of the comedic documentary Journey to Planet X by former podcast guest Myles Kane and Josh Koury. And produced by the lovely Trisha Barkman. So as a happy festivaling present I made them a poster. I hope its the first of many fan art posters they receive. Good luck guys.
Trailer and ticket info after the break. Read the rest of this entry »
It has been brought to my attention that not all of you have see my animated masterpiece Video Games. You people should be ASHAMED. Anyway here it goes. And thank you Jeff O’Leary for bringing this to light.
Starring Cole Quirk and Alexander Clothier
Words by Cole Quirk Music by Phil Augusta Jackson