Inspired by The Lost 100-Pagers and Super-Team Family: The Lost Issues, I've decided to create my own take on comic book covers. These will be all-original art illustrated by myself. Thank you and a good afternoon. Excelsior!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Whiz Kids

In my opinion, Jerry Ordway's Power of Shazam series successfully retained the Golden Age charm of the Marvel Family, while at the same time bringing a modern sensibility in the stories it told. It's my favorite Shazam series so far. But art-wise, Don Newton will always be at my number one spot.

I absolutely disliked how they were handled in the 2000s, especially that Dark Mary Marvel abomination.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Elektra Mooning a Knight

After finishing this piece I realized that Moon Knight was looking up directly at Elektra's crotch. Totally unintentional. Anyways, much like the Silver Centurion Iron Man armor, a lot of people didn't like Moon Knight's Fist of Khonshu outfit. I kinda liked how the gold broke up the monotony of the all-white costume. I also liked how Moon Knight's strength depends on the phases of the moon, acquiring super strength when the moon is full. I think later writers just abandoned that notion without any explanation at all.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Power Girl is Bustin' Loose!

This is a take on the time when Power Girl was revealed to be Atlantean, and not Kryptonian. DC Comics eliminated their multiverse and poor Kara was left with no origin since she couldn't be a parallel Earth version of Supergirl anymore. Thus she became a descendant of Arion the sorcerer. Nowadays, since the multiverse is back, Kara's gone right back to being Kryptonian. This piece is also an homage to Neal Adams' cover for Superman #233.