Webcomics: Captain Future

Webcomics: Captain Future

Warren Ellis says: “Now, this is the Nedor comics character from 1940, not the famous pulp sf   character. There are one or two pictures of this guy online, but I choose not to   show them to you. Instead, revel in the description: Scientist Andrew Bryant was experimenting with gamma and infrared   rays and discovered that,(…)

Webcomics: Spider Queen

Webcomics: Spider Queen

Warren Ellis says: “Briefest character description ever, from a wiki squib on this public domain   comics character from 1941: Sharon Kane is the sworn enemy of all criminals. Her specially   designed bracelets eject spider webbing. Her boyfriend is a detective named Mike   O’Bell. And, a relative rarity for R/R these days, an   image: On the(…)

Digital colours: Doomsday and Superman

Digital colours: Doomsday and Superman

The following piece is to show the evolution from B&W to digital colours. The Black and White art was made on a 8 1/2 X 11 card, with only a 0.005 micron. The colors on photoshop (step 2) was used just to give mood and shades: Blues and  Greys tints give a sad, dark and(…)

Webcomics: Bagarre

Webcomics: Bagarre

         

Webcomics: Flamingo and Skywolf

Webcomics: Flamingo and Skywolf

Ok, this one is really insane: From Contact Comics in 1944: Warren Ellis says: “Colonel Moore Williams knows the enemy is easily terrified by the   strange and unknown, so he becomes the superhero known as the Flamingo! He has   no powers and is only armed with his intellect, his physical strength, his   service revolver, and(…)

Webcomics: Jenny Greenteeth

Webcomics: Jenny Greenteeth

Si Spurrier says: It’s not all euphemistic smut-adventurers and bee-fancying spandexers on Whitechapel, oh no. You’ll recall I launched my stewardship here with a chance to reinvent the Egyptian War-Goddess Sekhmet – as a pissheaded psychopath, naturally – and verily It Was Good. So. Let’s try some more of that sort of thing. ”Jenny Greenteeth(…)

Webcomics: The Ghost Exterminator

Webcomics: The Ghost Exterminator

A long time ago, Warren Ellis posted a remake/remodel thread on a Ghost Exterminator: The theme said: “The Ghost Exterminator was created   by Gelett Burgess and appeared in Cosmopolitan and possibly a few other   magazines from 1904 through 1906. The Exterminator is Hoku   Tamanochi, a Japanese San Franciscan who uses an ancient Japanese   formula and(…)