A reworked DC character that as of the New 52 reboot, no longer exists.

A reworked DC character that as of the New 52 reboot, no longer exists.

Hey guys I drew the new Batgirl from memory wow im so good at it

Hey guys I drew the new Batgirl from memory wow im so good at it

This is my comic from this month’s DUNE, slightly edited and colored. Apologies to Gil Kane for stealing his Brainiac Skull-Ship, but the implication that the DC Comics universe is inside of this secondary character I created is indeed what I was going for.

This is my comic from this month’s DUNE, slightly edited and colored. Apologies to Gil Kane for stealing his Brainiac Skull-Ship, but the implication that the DC Comics universe is inside of this secondary character I created is indeed what I was going for.

just a lil drawin of krassis, done for the exterminator city comics fest.

just a lil drawin of krassis, done for the exterminator city comics fest.

The only thing I don’t like about Element Woman is that she doesn’t have a cool name like Metamorpho, the Element Man. Unless you just call her by her CIA name, which is Agent Blackwell, which I guess is pretty good.

The only thing I don’t like about Element Woman is that she doesn’t have a cool name like Metamorpho, the Element Man. Unless you just call her by her CIA name, which is Agent Blackwell, which I guess is pretty good.

Ghost Duck and Stick Guy; cartoon bombs and octodudes; these are a few of my favorite things…to draw.

Ghost Duck and Stick Guy; cartoon bombs and octodudes; these are a few of my favorite things…to draw.




Here’s another drawing of T-Death of Early Earth. She’s gotta pack mud on to her bones as her body rots away over the centuries. Eventually she gets wrapped up in magic mummy bandages so she doesn’t have to worry about it but that’s another drawing for another day.

Here’s another drawing of T-Death of Early Earth. She’s gotta pack mud on to her bones as her body rots away over the centuries. Eventually she gets wrapped up in magic mummy bandages so she doesn’t have to worry about it but that’s another drawing for another day.

Some old drawings of buildings that look like crabs.

Some old drawings of buildings that look like crabs.

This is a guy I made out of word bubbles.

This is a guy I made out of word bubbles.

Hey it’s Edgar Smith, also known as Doctor Monster, though he hasn’t gone by that name in a long time…Here we get a good look at his mouth parts, which are basically a culmination of every design I’ve tried over the years (except for the one where he ate sound). The first step in “Edgar Eats” involves the large pair of extendable fangs that can be glimpsed inside his mouth. These inject a venom dose of high volume and potency which quickly neutralizes even the largest of prey. His lower jaw rends flesh, meat, and bone, and his two external and five internal jaw-arms help guide the food into his gullet. You can see his neck expand as well; this is due to the fact that his food is not really chewed, just drawn into his stomach and slowly digested. His neck can extend and expand to a surprising degree to accommodate (it is not a comforting sight). Additionally, his elastic tongue can shoot out to catch smaller, immediate prey, much like a chameleon, one might say. 
He enjoys aquatic symphonies, the outdoors, and reading a good book by the fire place.

Hey it’s Edgar Smith, also known as Doctor Monster, though he hasn’t gone by that name in a long time…

Here we get a good look at his mouth parts, which are basically a culmination of every design I’ve tried over the years (except for the one where he ate sound).

The first step in “Edgar Eats” involves the large pair of extendable fangs that can be glimpsed inside his mouth. These inject a venom dose of high volume and potency which quickly neutralizes even the largest of prey. His lower jaw rends flesh, meat, and bone, and his two external and five internal jaw-arms help guide the food into his gullet. You can see his neck expand as well; this is due to the fact that his food is not really chewed, just drawn into his stomach and slowly digested. His neck can extend and expand to a surprising degree to accommodate (it is not a comforting sight). Additionally, his elastic tongue can shoot out to catch smaller, immediate prey, much like a chameleon, one might say.

He enjoys aquatic symphonies, the outdoors, and reading a good book by the fire place.