kristaferanka:

So this piece was birthed from the same twitter prompt that Doc Shaner used for his piece, and i wanted to follow suit. If i got to create a 7-person all-female Justice League team, this would be it. I like to think of them as a “blitz” team. hit them hard, hit them fast. no muss, no fuss. that top row coincidently are my favourite dc characters as well. This would also be my dream book if I ever worked for DC. the Zatanna design of course is taken from Jamal’s perfect (in my opinion) design for her.

kristaferanka:

So this piece was birthed from the same twitter prompt that Doc Shaner used for his piece, and i wanted to follow suit. If i got to create a 7-person all-female Justice League team, this would be it. I like to think of them as a “blitz” team. hit them hard, hit them fast. no muss, no fuss. that top row coincidently are my favourite dc characters as well. This would also be my dream book if I ever worked for DC. the Zatanna design of course is taken from Jamal’s perfect (in my opinion) design for her.

Reblogged from kristaferanka

greg-pak:

Ten years ago today, my first professional comic book hit stores. So I’m celebrating #10YearsInComics by giving away free stuff on Twitter!
And here’s one of the big ones:
Click here to download LOS ROBOS, a 10 page story written by yours truly with art by Takeshi Miyazawa, colors by Jessica Kholinne, and letters by Simon Bowland. It’s about a kid and his giant robot and I hope to turn it into a creator-owned series some day.
In the meantime, until 12 midnight ET, it’s yours for FREE!
Enjoy!
LOS ROBOS was originally published in SHATTERED: THE ASIAN AMERICAN COMICS ANTHOLOGY, which you can buy here.

Neat!

greg-pak:

Ten years ago today, my first professional comic book hit stores. So I’m celebrating #10YearsInComics by giving away free stuff on Twitter!

And here’s one of the big ones:

Click here to download LOS ROBOS, a 10 page story written by yours truly with art by Takeshi Miyazawa, colors by Jessica Kholinne, and letters by Simon Bowland. It’s about a kid and his giant robot and I hope to turn it into a creator-owned series some day.

In the meantime, until 12 midnight ET, it’s yours for FREE!

Enjoy!

LOS ROBOS was originally published in SHATTERED: THE ASIAN AMERICAN COMICS ANTHOLOGY, which you can buy here.

Neat!

Reblogged from greg-pak

While I thought Cyclops overreaction to Xavier’s recording was unnecessary, I did feel that Iceman got exactly what he deserved from Cyclops.  I don’t remember when Iceman started thinking that he wasn’t a joke.  I wish he would just go back to shutting up, staying in the background and making silly comments about current predicaments. 

Uncanny X-Men 25 So apparently Xavier is not done with his will and testament *sigh* and here I thought Bendis could keep it to 3 issues.

Thoughts on Action Comics : Future’s End. 

Hmm I didn’t know what to expect from these Future’s End story for all the New 52 titles, but I guess I wasn’t expecting this. I’ve been following the weekly Future’s End title so I was thinking that all of these Future’s End one shot would somehow tie into it.  Well, it sort of does in that it shows where Superman will be 5 years from now, but it doesn’t because the story has nothing to do with the crisis that started Future’s End. 

This issue was actually pretty touching and like all great Superman stories before it, is about his humanity.  There’s no great battle, no threat to avert, no villian to thwart, just people with simple yet complex problems that just needed to see the Superman in themselves.  I’m pleasantly surprised.  Hopefully the other titles will be just as good.

Action Comics : Future’s End 01