Bantu Miracle is an epic graphic novel that reveals untold stories about the origins of ancient Egypt and the heroes behind it.
Calling all family and friends. A new Kickstarter has been launched for a project I was editor on. The comic is FANTASTIC and I pride myself on only working worthy projects. This is one of them. PLEASE PLEDGE, RT, & SHARE!
It’s been a while since I talked about “The Mountain Man" (my new comic book project written by the talented Severine Gauthier). Here the first page of the comic book, and some sketches of the main character (ôvô)/
I love kellysue and mckelvie's (that's his art up there) Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, but there's no official FUNKO Pop! with her new costume, so… I made one! All hand-painted, with a teeny sculpted brooch for her sash. Her head bobbles!
Would you buy one of these? I’m thinking of making more to sell, since so many folks have expressed interest, but how much should I sell them for? (Keep in mind that the base figure is about $9.50, plus paint/materials.)
You seriously have no idea what a profound effect Crisis had on me. In many ways, CoIE was my first DC comic. Sure, I had owned and bought a few books here and there, the odd Batman or Flash. The very first DC Comic I picked out…you know, not given to me blindly…was an All-Star Squadron. Crisis was like a comic book Woodstock, a cultural touchstone. It separated me from my father and grandfather, after a fashion. But here’s the thing; DC put out Who’s Who almost simultaneously, so all that confusing alternate Earth nonsense that people assume was reader prohibitive wasn’t. I was a kid; I got it. When I worked in retail, readers and coworkers used to say, “You need a college degree to read pre-Crisis DC,” but all you needed were two books.
They’ve restarted and rebooted and retroconned the hell out of their own universe, but it’ll never be this good again.