Colors and inks for the Spider-Verse one-shot I’m doing with Gerard Way. You can read what we have to say about it HERE.
This’ll be my last Marvel project for a while, and it’s shaping up to be a lot of fun.
I just finished one of these Where’s-Waldo-style splash pages for Ms Marvel #7, and decided I’d post this older one to celebrate. It’s from the Indestructible Hulk Special Issue #1. 2013. Colors by the ever-vibrant Jordie Bellaire and drawing by Me.
Pages like this are fun, but they do take a HATEFUL amount of time to draw.
Instagram roundup of the stuff I drew at SDCC. I did not get to see all my friends, which was a bummer, but it was nice to see the friends I did. Maybe next year we’ll manage to get a booth and make life easier for e’rrbody.
Speaking of, would y’all be interested in seeing some fanart/write-ups of of my favorite comics from SDCC? I got my hands on some incredible work that I’m really excited about.
middleschooltrackstar said: I loved your comic on racism, and I want to reassure you that your comment on family and raising a black child in America is completely correct. Around the time of Trayvon Martin's murder, my mother told me that when she was pregnant with me, and she learned that I was a boy she cried out of fear that racism would take me away from her, either death, jail, or any other circumstance outside of our control. I'm 19 now and I'm made it this far, but her fears weren't far off.
I cannot imagine. I cannot.
Your mother is amazing. You are amazing. Thank you for sharing that.
Good luck in our hard world. Lemme know if you don’t want this answer made public.
Also I blog-stalked you and looked at some of your selfies and you are ABSURDLY handsome and I think that is wonderful.
The Guardian of Marshall Courts
In memory of Kerry Talbott, a super inspiring art school professor of mine who passed away last year from brain cancer. An 11” x 17” print of this, along with other work from the Richmond art community, will be sold at Monstrous Optimism, a benefit show to raise money for Kerry’s children.
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