Comic Work

Devil’s Wake Comic Pages Pt. II

Sample pages from my comic published by DC/Zuda. Full color digital painting done in Photoshop. Word balloons and text removed to show artwork.

Devil’s Wake Comic Pages Pt. I

Sample pages from my comic published by DC/Zuda. Full color digital painting done in Photoshop. Word balloons and text removed to show artwork.

Batman and Catwoman: Arkham City Comic Pages

3 pages of Batman and Catwoman comic book pages, inspired by designs from Batman: Arkham City.

Finally got around to posting these new Batman sample comic pages that I created for NYCC. I decided to use the new character designs for Arkham City because 1. I loved playing Arkham Asylum and 2. Just to do something a little different. Although, looking back on it, my colors drifted back closer to the classic comic designs than the new ones, but oh well. Catwoman was fun to draw… She was always one of my favorite characters, especially after seeing Michelle Pfeiffer play her in Batman Returns.

Devil’s Wake

The entire 60-page run of Devil’s Wake is now available on comiXology.com! Originally published by DC Comics’ own online imprint Zuda Comics, they have chosen select titles to be featured on comiXology.

The digital comics website is chock-full of the best comics around, from heavy hitters like DC and Image to tons of cool indy comics publishers, so its awesome to be featured on the site. Devil’s Wake is broken down into three 20-page installments, with the first one being completely free to check out. Here are the story synopsis and the first 8 pages of the original submission below:

It’s been thirteen years since the Last Pandemic. No one knows where it came from, but it changed the world as it spread like wildfire. In the blink of an eye, the cities were filled with rabid, blood-thirsty undead. In the end, only those lucky few living in the middle of nowhere with a stockpile of ammunition had a fighting chance. Now, pockets of humanity endure in the flyover states of rural America, waging a constant war for survival. In this desolate and dangerous landscape, a lone woman known only as Omaha wanders with her trusty horse and a pair of samurai swords, waging her own private war against impossible odds.