Friday, November 28, 2014

Cammy Challenge

The Michigan Comics Collective has started a weekly sketch challenge to help keep us on our toes in between sketch events.

Week #1's subject is Cammy from Street Fighter. I don't know squat about Street Fighter, but I can tell that Cammy certainly does a lot of squats! (Probably why her torso ended up being so small)

Hope you enjoy this challenge folks! Be sure and follow the links and leave a comment on your way out.

Meanwhile its officially Christmastime which means things are about to get BUSY!!!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Geek Fallout 107: Needs More Love

This week on the Geek Fallout Podcast, we discuss the Top 5 properties that need more love and deserve more attention.

Join Derek Ash, Jason Roberts and myself as we share in sentiment on some surprisingly similar series.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Heaping Helpings Part 3

The epic conclusion to the Sketch Event saga! Be sure to catch up on Part 1 and Part 2





Southern Comfort Rogue

Amazing Spider-Man

'80s Mohawk Storm

Sketch ya' later. Have a great Thanksgiving! 

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Heaping Helpings Part 2

The War Doctor in Color

Continued from yesterday with a number of characters I don't usually get asked to draw.

Except for Captain America of course. He never goes out of style. U-S-A! U-S-A!



GoGo Tomago

"Book" Harry Potter

Bond, James Bond


 Sketch ya' ... tomorrow!

Friday, November 21, 2014

Heaping Helpings Part 1

The Frozen Soldier

Barnes & Noble was kind enough to host the Michigan Comics Collective for their three-day "Hunger Games" event, just a week before Turkey Day. How timely!

Yondu and Katniss
Because they both whistle and shoot arrows

Bumbles Bounce!

The Doctor will see you now!

Bronze Age Iron Man


The Hero of Canton

Marvel's Armored Avengers

I am satisfied with my care

Elvira, Kabuki Actress of the Dark!

Sketch ya' ... tomorrow!

Geek Fallout 106: The Muppet Show

Its time to get things started the most sensational, inspirational, celebrational tribute to the Muppets on Geek Fallout tonight!

Join Derek Ash, Jason Roberts and myself as we talk about the special moments we've had with the Muppets and throw out a bunch of bad puns about how we "felt" about them!

Leave a comment to let us know who is your favorite Muppet.

(Also stay tune this weekend for photos of my latest sketch event!)

Monday, November 17, 2014

Go Big or Go Home! ("Big Hero 6" Review)

The Geek Fallout Crew reviews Disney's "Big Hero 6"!

Join Brian Farrell, Chris Giada, Derek Ash and myself as we talk about this animated adaptation and discuss what other comics should be turned into movies and TV shows.

Leave a comment and let us know what you thought of Big Hero Six and what comic you want to see adapted next! 

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Know Your Nerd! A Podcast Post

The Geek Fallout crew crashes on the Random Nerdness Podcast! 

Join this full house of nerds including Carly Vore, Miss M, Brian Farrell, Chris Lockhart and myself as Jason Roberts talks about embracing our geek identity. Warning: The ending gets very sentimental. Many tears will be shed.

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Moll of Arkham Street

I've started drawing sketch cards as part of my morning routine. Its helps me get ideas out there, like this topical one of the casting of "Wolf of Wall Street"'s Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, which was one of many topics we discussed on the latest episode of Geek Fallout.

She-Hulk vs. Power Girl fight based on a prior episode.

Michigan Comics Collective favorite "Darkhawk"


The War Doctor

Honey Lemon

Don't forget to vote for my Power Rangers shirt on Threadless! 

Sketch ya' later!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Vote for me on Threadless!

My design for Threadless' Power Rangers T-Shirt contest is up! But I need you to go vote for in the next seven days for a chance to win!  (Please share this with your friends as well.)

Thanks guys! I couldn't do any of this with your supportive encouragement and comments!

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Geek Fallout 104: Movember Special!

In the spirit of Movember Miss M, Chris Giada, Evan Hansen and myself list the best facial hair in pop culture. Stay tuned as we give our Halloween reports, share mixed feelings about "Constantine" and compare Grumpy Cat's Christmas Special to the Geico Caveman sitcom in this hair-raising episode! 

I've provided pictures to aid you through my top 5 picks.

5. Captain James Hook from Hook

Personal branding is essential in today’s economy, and Dustin Hoffman’s interpretation of this classic character has it covered with his facial barbs curled to match the shape of his prosthetic namesake.

4. Issac Asimov

This pioneer of science fiction literature was also blazing trails in a persona defining appearance with his trademark sideburns that may be only follicles on record to actually defy gravity.

3. Aquaman from Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Encapsulating his “full testosterone” characterization that blends BRAIN BLESSED! with Errol Flynn to perfectly compliment his barrel chest and baritone voice.

2. Mirror Universe Spock from Star Trek "Mirror Mirror"

Responsible for solidifying the trope of identifying the evil twin by a goatee which has been used and parodied in pop culture for decades.

1. The Mustache from The Tick "That Mustache Feeling"

Its the only facial hair in pop culture to have its own theme song independent of the character that it’s on. 

Leave a comment below and let me know your favorite facial hair!

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