Tony Stark, Iron Man, will never let us forget that a balance can, indeed, must be struck between technology and humanity. For a suit of armor, standing alone without a person inside, as formidable and beautiful as it may be, is a hollow, empty shell. So, too technology without the presence of humanity.
The Guardians of the Galaxy 1994 Annual No. 4 is the only comic book that contains a work of mine that was printed in a severely compromised fashion. For the first time! Read the technical specifications and descriptions OMITTED from the 1994 Guardians of the Galaxy Annual No. 4
The First Cover to the Punisher Armory Series The Punisher Armory. Put out by Marvel Comics. Hardly seems likely? No superheroes, no super powers. No stories, as we knew them; no panel-to-panel continuity. No page of small panels. Sort of a narrative that has only the character’s voice as the constant. Sometimes the technical guy […]
The Punisher’s own weapons in his own words. Published by Marvel Comics in June, 1991 these illustrations include the 870 Magnum, the Hammerli 280, Survival Gear, the SIG P-228 and more.
Published by Marvel Comics in The Punisher Armory No. 1, July, 1990
Captain America writer, Mark Gruendwald found me in one of my frequent visits to the Marvel Comics office and handed me a pile of Captain America reference. As usual, his few images told me everything I needed to know. Artist Kieron Dwyer had cooked up a design of Captain America’s new jet. He apparently had […]
The Story Behind DC Comics’ Famous Gotham City Map Page 1 of 4 DC Comics’ Gotham City map was generally designed for the time in and around the “No Man’s Land” or “Cataclysm” series. Unofficially known as “Escape From Gotham City” after the John Carpenter cult fave movie, “Escape From New York.” Batman’s Gotham City is hit […]