Sunday, March 27, 2011



Thanks to everyone who has purchased art or expressed interest so far. The help is much appreciated.

I'm taking a break this week in order to list some orginal drawings that are up for sale. Why are they being sold?  To raise money to get the first issue of Calamity of Challenge printed, that's why! So stick that in y'ur pipe!

You heard right - there will be a 28 page, full color Calamity of Challenge comic available for sale this June. More details will be posted here when they become available, but right off the bat I can say that there will only be 200 printed on the first go round, it will be full of powerful drawings and strong dialogue, and that the cover will look a little something like this...

Here is the deal on this art - if you see a piece you like then please email me at to let me know. Prices here are in US dollars and I can give you shipping costs based on where you reside. Priority mail in the US will run $12 (including delivery confirmation and insurance) and obvioulsy international runs a little higher. Everything is first come first serve. Each piece is on either 80# or 100# cover stock. Sizes and prices are listed with each below. All characters depicted are copyright and trademarked property of their respective owners.

Thanks for checking it out.

World's Finest COVERED submission (after Nick Cardy):


World's Finest - Hork! COVERED submission (after Dick Dillin):


BATMANS OF THE BATMAN (after Rich Buckler):


Creeper - REPANELED submission (after Steve Ditko):


Creeper - COVERED submission (after Steve Ditko):


Demon Hunter - COVERED submission (after Rich Buckler):



Sunday, March 13, 2011

Page 17 plus bonus

Hey gang,

Al here with a curiosity for ya - a still from the Canadian-produced COBRAXE ADVENTURES TV cartoon from 1981. There were only 3 episodes made (very cheaply, I might add) and each featured a guest star from the worlds of music, television, and movies. This particular show featured funnyman Bruce Baum, while the other two had appearances by Alex Karras and the rock & roll band Sugarloaf performing their hits "Green Eyed Lady" and "Don't Call Us". Never aired in the states the three episodes were released on German video in the late 80's.

You'll notice that Cobraxe has a laser-axe there. Seems some PTA ladies thought that their little boys might go around taping real axes and hatchets to their wrists but I ask you: how many more people have been killed by laser blasts than axe blows? Probably at least 10-12% more, I'd say.


Sunday, March 6, 2011

Page 16 & ad

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