Another day of false smiles.
R.I.P Mary Tamm, yet another great companion lost to the Great Tardis in the sky.
A very difficult year for whovians…
Pack your bags…
“Terror of the River” by Carl Barks
After re-watching the episode “The Joker”, I always have to think at all the speculations, what they’re going to do… And then, I found these fan-arts againg. Well, it is a bit comical, but if we arrange the pictures a bit, we have the end, which we expected… ^_^°
Avengerness, aren’t this your works? I’m sorry for using them for my unscroupelous purposes…
(I could have made some, too. But yours are simply brilliant…)
Nice sweater babe…oh yeah and HAIR!
All that hair, now torn out after playing Malcolm Tucker ;)
San Diego Comic Con (I still can’t call it CCI)
Comic Con upon us and anyone who follows me should note there has been a slight change of plans.
I will now for the most part be in Artist’s Alley, DD 11. Amy Mebberson and I will be tag-teaming between that space and the Ape Entertainment booth at spot 1804 but I will be spending a majority of the time in AA. And oh what treasures you will find there…
I will have the last remaining copies of the Darkwing Duck trade collections. These are all out of print so when they are gone, that is it! I will have a limited supply of all 5 volumes and I will be more than happy to sign and sketch in each one. In addition I will have copies of Amy’s first two Muppet kid’s books from Little Brown.
My exclusive is the companion to last years “Darkwing Through the Ages”. Amy will also have a special surprise for all her “Pocket Princess” fans.
And of course we will be drawin’ aplenty. A fresh commission list will be taken daily. We both usually fill up early so we will see you first thing. We will also both have a selection of finished art for sale as well as information on where to buy original comic pages.
I look forward to another great year and lots of sandwiches.
Today in 1919 Slim Pickens was born. Here’s what may be his most famous scene, riding the bomb inDr. Strangelove.