Elektra (Commission from Thought Bubble ‘13)

Elektra (Commission from Thought Bubble ‘13)

towritecomicsonherarms:

Larp-ing

Quantum & Woody

Finished page with Jordie Bellaire color magic and James Asmus writing wizardry, and original B&W art.

Early this mornin’ when you knocked upon my door,
And I said “Hello, Satan, I believe it’s time to go,”
Me and the Devil was walkin’ side by side.
Oh, me and the Devil was walkin’ side by side.

- Robert Johnson, Me and the Devil Blues

A fan comic I wrote and drew in 2007.

superheroes-or-whatever:

Quantum and Woody (2013-) #8

Gonna miss these guys! My last issue of Q&W is out now, give it a read, eh?

superheroes-or-whatever:

Quantum and Woody (2013-) #8

Gonna miss these guys! My last issue of Q&W is out now, give it a read, eh?

Sketchbook double page spread: Jean and Cyke.

Sketchbook double page spread: Jean and Cyke.

outofsteparts:

OOSA artist Ming Doyle ends her run on Valiant’s Quantum and Woody with issue #8 out next week.

Multiversity Comics had a preview and some nice things to say

I’d be lost without you, Valentine. Happy Valentine’s Day, from me and the sci-fi thriller Gravity!
This was an illustration for a cancelled Wired piece, so now it is my love note to you all, my star babies. Stay sweet.

I’d be lost without you, Valentine. Happy Valentine’s Day, from me and the sci-fi thriller Gravity!

This was an illustration for a cancelled Wired piece, so now it is my love note to you all, my star babies. Stay sweet.

classictrek:

For Valentine’s day, please enjoy “The Truth,” a Star Trek minicomic by Ming Doyle and myself.

It was created for To Boldly Zine, a Trek zine edited by our friend Dafna. It makes its debut this weekend at the L.A. Zine Fest. In addition to this story, there are contributions by Jason Ho, Joshua Williamson, Rachel Dukes, Ian Brill, and a bunch of other super-talented folks. If there are any left over after the event, I’ll be sure to give you a link to it!

Amanda + Sarek = 4ever.

theladybadass:

Jackie Ormes (August 1, 1911 – December 26, 1985) is known as the first African American female cartoonist. Her strips, featuring the lovable characters Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo, and Ginger, appeared in the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier in the 1930s - 1950s. 

Jackie Ormes said, “No more…Sambos…Just KIDS!” and she transformed her attractive, spunky Patty-Jo cartoon character into the first upscale American black doll. At long last, here was an African American doll with all the play features children desired: playable hair, and the finest and most extensive wardrobe on the market, with all manner of dresses, formals, shoes, hats, nightgowns, robes, skating and cowgirl costumes, and spring and winter coat sets, to name a few. (Jackie Ormes Online)

neilcicierega:

a picture of the love of my life, and my girlfriend

But Maui is the love of MY life

neilcicierega:

a picture of the love of my life, and my girlfriend

But Maui is the love of MY life

My ink, pencil, and watercolor piece from the Thought Bubble live art panel is now up for auction. Help support this amazing con!
My Witchsona!

My Witchsona!

Lois Lane & Clark Kent in Ming Doyle's "Lunky Beefhead"

Oh my gosh, what a beautiful GIFset! I’m so honored! 

Long live the lunky beefhead!

I just wanted to say that I LOVE Lifestylus. :) It inspires me to try and put together fun outfits myself (without necessarily going out and buying new clothes when I get stuck in fashion ruts.) Thanks for sharing!

Aww, thank you so much! I want to pare down the number of pieces in my closet while stepping up the fun factor of my ensembles as well. Let’s go for it, let’s dress up! :D