Just as Josie has Valerie and Melody, Angela has Anahita and Kuan Yin! When Angela is framed for a host of crimes she didn’t commit, the angel’s dependable duo do their best to clear her name. Enjoy these scans from the Angela miniseries!
Illustrator Sha-Nee Williams had a booth setup at the Bronx Heroes Comic Con to promote and sell some of her pieces. In this clip I got to interview her about her work, her inspirations, future shows she’ll be attending and more!
Sloppy color of THIS
Quickly colored diddles pic second of my Dethkids. Again, I like exploring different musical aspects then just making them little rockers :P
Diddles here’s the quint player in his high school.
(Which brings back so many fond memories of when I was in drumline in high school. I sometimes played these babies in the stands at football games :P))
Anyway, just some more lame character design.
Hey guys! I just recently got an INPRNT account to handle my art due to a lot of requests to purchase! At the moment, I only have a few prints but I will update it more in the future. If there is work you want as a print in my gallery let me know and I’ll take it into consideration :D
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There are too many people, including professionals, who think it’s okay to condescend, harass, berate, etc. women in comics simply because they’ve espoused a belief that revolves around women being treated more as equals. I want women and girls to be seen as an equally promising demographic for comics as males; I want major companies with an easy opportunity to reach out to women to not feature art that is disgusting and objectifying; I want women to be hired as much as men to create comics; I want to not know so many people who have been violated in an industry I still love despite it all.
Ladies, this is your industry too. You put pencil to paper (or pen to tablet) just like your peers. Your opinions are valid and your well-being is important. Don’t let anyone tell you different!
Boxes by Whit Taylor
My entry for the 2013 Comics Workbook Competition. So much fun!
Hey Folks- I am up for a 2014 Glyph Award for Fan Favorite of the Year for my story Boxes. The Glyph Awards honors African-Americans in comics and I am honored to have been nominated for this award. If you like this story, please consider voting for it!
It’s time to take a look back at the first appearance of Monet St. Croix! But…the young girl you see is actually an impostor. That is Monet’s younger sister. Uh…make that sisters. It’s a long story—as are all stories involving the X-Men. Enjoy this scene from Uncanny X-Men #316!
We are excited to announce our newest project, a steampunk adventure entitled “The Invention of E.J. Whitaker.” Set in 1901, the story centers around Ada, a brilliant young inventor, who very quickly finds herself on a journey full of mystery, romance and danger when her latest invention begins to garner national attention.
More details to come!
Created by: Shawnee´Gibbs & Shawnelle Gibbs
Art by: Mark Hernandez