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Hulk like elk jerky. Hulk like gold sun September. Hulk not smash bad blog. Hulk take nice picture Hulk phone. Hulk put in blog. Easy. Hulk do many times. Not easy. Phone weird. Mail weird. Tablet weird. Blog weird. Not … Continue reading
It had to happen: poetry in the voice of the Incredible Hulk has ventured out of the haiku-like limits of the traditional Hulk-ku. Mighty bellow: Where? Where Hulk iPod?!? Where Hulk bossa nova music? Where Hulk podcasts? Where Hulk game … Continue reading
You know how you can be messing around in your sketchbook, drawing a perfectly ordinary mixed group of teenagers of various species and body configurations, and then the clothes get a little bit out of hand so you end up … Continue reading
Tearing up the studio, getting ready for a con: it’s always nice to find a long lost new pen rather than the mummified mouse I always rather dread … I“BBBBB: I love lettering the letter B with an ITALIC Pen”– … Continue reading
I continue to pursue the poetic form of the Hulk Ku, which is are haikus told in the voice of the Incredible Hulk. My inner Hulk shares my interests and those of many eager watchers this afternoon. PLUTO SHIP SEND … Continue reading
Of my current minicomic. “Of course you didn’t, sweetheart,” replied Iowa, taking a serious look at the crazy getup. “Having a second persona probably isn’t a bad idea, and silliness can be a good distraction. It’s not a terrible costume, … Continue reading
As we catch up (again) with the weekly drawing of the day feature, add this character to the growing collection of drawing of the day sketchbook superheroes. I’m not sure if Flying Wheel (or perhaps The Flying Wheel?) is a … Continue reading
This is the cover illustration for the first edition of Fredric Brown’s story collection Space on My Hands, published in 1951. It’s an excellent drawing of a classic Postwar Nuclear Family with Two Baby Boomer Kids, with added great costumes … Continue reading
“My sidekick is unsubtle and wears an oddly colorful uniform.” You should talk, dude. You are a sphinx. That will stand out in a crowd in most neighborhoods. One of the conventions of the superhero genre is that if a … Continue reading