New piece up on

I’ll have another post up sometime this week, but here is a synopsis to finish an Amalgam fan fiction piece I had started on, following the adventures of The Amazing Bat-Man (Batman/Spider-Man). Other characters include Joke O’Lantern (Joker/Jack O’Lantern), Norman Freis, the Ice Goblin (Mr. Freeze/Green Goblin), Two Face Harvey Rogers (Two Face/Captain America) and Gwen Gordon (Gwen Stacy/Barbara Gordon).

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The Whiz watercolor (Amalgam Comics)

In the vein of my Human Lantern colored pencil sketch¬†last time, I made a brief watercolor of The Whiz, another member of The All-Star Winner’s Squad from the DC/Marvel mash-up from June 1997, Super-Soldier Man of War #1. A likely combination of Golden Age speedsters The Whizzer and Golden Age Flash, The Whiz is, in my opinion, an exemplar of bold, simple, superhero design. Lot’s of red, yellow, and blue, I thought the watercolor would give a nice “speed” effect.

Just some pen and cheap watercolor

Just some pen and cheap watercolor

Human Lantern sketch (Amalgam Comics)

I just kind of wanted to make a piece for the oft-forgotten, oft-mocked member of Super Soldier’s All-Star Winners Squadron, The Human Lantern. First appearing in Super Soldier Man of War #1 (June 1997) and mentioned in Iron Lantern #1 from the 2nd wave of the Amalgam Comics crossover/mashup, The Human Lantern is a combination of Alan Scott’s Golden Age Green Lantern and the Golden Age Human Torch, Jim Hammond, so let’s call him Alan Hammond. Despite being a combination of two of the Golden Age’s most noteworthy figures, The Human Lantern was reduced to a bit part shilling cake in his only appearance (though he may have a more important influence on the history of the Iron Lantern). ¬†Without further ado, I present the color pencil sketch I made to give a little shine to an overlooked character.

Human Lantern