My series of paintings done for the Doctor Who comics series! (Well, the first three, at least… wink wink.) They are the covers of the #1 issues for each respective Doctor - Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth. It’s the first time I’ve released the artwork without the titles and whatnot - this was a MAJOR project for me this year, started all the way back in 2013 - I’m proud and honored to be so deeply involved with an official project like this. Here’s to more covers and Doctor Who in the future!
Ooh, pretty. (And having read the first issue of the series focusing on the Eleventh Doctor, I thoroughly recommend it - s’good stuff.)
Aside: not quite sold on Twelve yet, but I’m sure he’ll grow on me…
When Loki betrays his brother to sit on the Iron Throne, it is up to Thor, a couple of master assassins, an expert forger, a man with severe anger management issues and a super soldier in the night’s watch to fix it.
Um, Marvel did this already…14-odd years ago. It was called Avataars: Covenant of the Shield. Here’s a precis from Wikipedia:
The overall plot involves the kidnapping of the son of Captain Avalon (Captain America) by forces employed by the Dreadlord (Baron Zemo). Various heroes become involved in the rescue efforts, most of these being members of the Champions of the Realm (the Avengers).
So yes, not quite a Got/MCU crossover, but as an “Avengers in a fantasy setting AU” goes, it’s close enough to spit - and on top of that, it’s actual published (semi-)canon!.
I love this, and I love Stewie. If you go to an Aussie con, find him, tell him he is the best and then bask in his loveliness.
I finally had a chance to meet Stewart properly at Oz Comic-Con a few weekends ago. Such a nice guy, and hella talented. Not only did I pick up this sweet Polaris pin-up by him, I also got him to sign an issue of Batman: The Brave & The Bold he illustrated, which he was really excited about; apparently, said issue is scarcer than the proverbial hen’s teeth!
Additionally, the piece above is owned by fellow art collector steppingonbutterflies, just to give credit where it’s due.
Today has been very good in the comics stakes: found a vintage Aussie reprint of the first few issues of Ms. Marvel from the 70’s, and had a sketchcard of Carol in her classic costume waiting for me in the mailbox when I got home! Sah-weet! Scans later tonight on the comics blog (once I’ve seen this week’s Game of Thrones ep, that is!).
Incidentally, I saw CA:TWS and The LEGO Movie on consecutive days just three weekends ago. By Sunday night this was pretty much what the inside of my head looked like. (Not to mention that Cobie Smulders was in both films as well…)