I am going to open this mini-review of the Justice League movie with this statement, DC books were the first american superhero comic books I started collecting, it started on a rainy afternoon in the early 1990’s, in the Waterstones bookstore in the heart of Leicester. I picked up Justice League Europe (part of the Giffen era) and I was hooked. It was humor, super-heroics, paced action and sang with the joy of hope. I was hooked and spent a lot to time and money, back collecting Justice League, International, Europe and a few crossovers. So, it is safe to say I’ve been fan of DC for over 25 years.
Tristan & The Cuddly Defenders: Out Of The Attic By Nick Davis & Dan Nokes – $14.99
The odds have never been stacked higher against Tristan the Teddy Bear and his friends the Cuddly Defenders. The Monsters under the bed are on the rampage throughout the Land of Wonder and a dark rumor that the Boogeyman has risen again.
Fresh off their fight at the Tower Of The Moon, the Cuddly Defenders rush to defend the Great Reality Wall, to stop an old enemy from summoning the Boogeyman back into existence. But, our heroes may already be too late and they will face their greatest challenge, as Tristan gets lost in time and space, and ends up in the most unexpected place, and faces his most cunning enemy yet.
Out Of The Attic collects together the three-part Out Of The Attic Saga and the Menace Of Mech-A-Nor by Nick Davis & Dan Nokes, in a full color adventure comic for all ages. Available on Amazon in print and kindle book form.
If you’ve been following along with my ‘Drawing Outside Your Comfortzone‘ articles you would know I’ve been transitioning to Digital Drawing. Over the Christmas period that became a full transition as I was given the opportunity to work with the Apple App – Procreate, with the tools to get the most out of this surprising powerful piece of software. Continue reading
About three months ago I came across these amazing my little Star Wars illustrations by Jeffery Brown of the Skywalker family, well… Being a family, and I thought it would be cool to share a taste of them with you. Continue reading
I got a surprise post from my Father back in the UK today, it was a report card from my first year at Longfield High School from way, way back in 1985. I believe I was twelve at the time and my year that came up from Swallowdale, and other surrounding schools, completed the first full complement of students for this new three-year school. Continue reading