Monday, May 7, 2007

Klassic Korner II (with your friendly neighborhood Tal)

Well, first off let me say Merry (late) Free Comic Book Day to everyone. I hope you guys got yours 'cause I sure as hell got mine; 19 free comics to be precise. I traveled to five stores to get 'em. It was the single best thing that has happened to me all week...'Nuff Said.

Oh, and my San Antonio Spurs took the first game against the Suns which took me to another level of nirvana. As it turns out, six of my personalities are huge Spurs fans soooo...Go Spurs Go!

Anyways, Free Comic Day got me in such a good mood that I've decided to devote this special installment of Klassic Korner entirely to "Comics of my Days' Passed". I collected a few comic related sketches that I had stashed from my youth. J-Ridge ain't got nothing on these. He's got his "Hard Eight" (which I had witnessed first hand after visiting House of Heroes). So may I present to you, "Eight the Hard Way" (and sorry Steve, no Moon Knight):

Angel never looked so good

It's like playing MK with robots, only not

I think I drew this a month ago

Electrical Superman rip-off

It appears as though I "onslaughtered" Wolvy

I'm going to name all my kids Logan

Wait, I see a pattern here

One Wolvy=102,439,992 Moon Knights


John said...

Electrical Superman, that's the best one...followed closely behind by the Spiderman you drew a month ago...but Electrical Superman beat him out by a smidge.

...Klassic indeed.

Sheldon Kruger said...

"Want to try your luck, bub!" These are sweet Tal. Never lose these. Love the storyboard too. Keep working hard on your skills. Thank you for your comments and my work. I am doing well here in "America Jr." as you called it...ha ha.

Sal Lopez said...

I think you need to work on your volume, and don't forget to draw through what you see...

I like the "Bub" quote myself!

katzenjammer studios said...

Damn man, you used to be good!

Sal Lopez said...

Haha, you drew those last week?