Big Barda © DC Comics . Artwork by me
Big Barda is my favorite. FOREVER. Amen.
As a tie in to my Kickstarter campaign, I’ll be making the line work for this piece available as a reward tier at 7 pm MST today (5.15.13). There’s only one though, so first come, first serve!
There are only 6 days left in the campaign too, and we’re still short of our goal. Check it out and show some love!
BIG BARDA FOREVER!!!
Harley Quinn © DC Comics . Artwork by Meredith McClaren
AND HEY! As a tie in to my Kickstarter, I’ll be making the line work for this piece available as a reward tier tonight (5.13.13) at 7 pm MST. There’s only one though! So first come, first serve!
Also! The Kickstarter has only NINE days to go! We’re still short our goal, so check it out and spread the love!
By GeorgelMcAwesome via DeviantArt
Another gorgeous Wonder Woman!
JL8 #123 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.
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Hippolyta’s face in the last panel.
Batgirl © DC Comics
Artwork by me
The Kickstarter for my webcomic soldiers on!
(And I would very much like to see it hit 10k soon!)
OK, last one for the day, I promise. Kickstarter was unreasonably good to us at Lady Sabre today.
Let’s see if we can’t get Kickstarter to be just as good to Meredith McClaren and get her webcomic into print. She’s remarkably talented, the comic is delightful, and, in the interests of full-disclosure, she’s drawing the new Hopeless-Savages story that @hopelessjen wrote. That last part is not nearly as important as the first two.
As Turhan’s Bey Company is wont to say “Dammit Kickstarter!”.
I can’t really say Christine Spar is the sort of character you could unabashedly call a “hero,” but that’s what sets her apart. She takes up the identity of Grendel initially to strike back at the people who took her son from her, and while that’s noble enough as motives go, the bloody history associated with the mask (which she was already a part of even before she put it on) start catching up with her and taking over her life.
But rather than accept or run from the people pushing her, she pushes back—hard. What she does subsequent can’t be called purely heroic (if it all) and hers is a pretty brutal story, but she’s an amazing character—one you can sympathize with, understand to an extent, admire for her strength and be a little shocked at what happens when she finally lets her strength dictate her actions and what became a rescue mission turns into a mission of vengeance and a mission of vengeance turns into a campaign of terror, because she isn’t about to let anyone trample over her life.
If you haven’t read it, it’s pretty great (a little dated and VERY 80’s) read —probably the best and most successful Grendel arc.