A Punchin’ Bag Full-Color Cover

For the upcoming print edition of The Punchin’ Bag, I decided to do a full color homage to Avengers #4 (or Captain America #337 for the more frugal among us) for the back cover. It’s pretty cool to see the color schemes I have in my head when I’m doing these black and whites actually come to life. Left to right, Flag-Bear-er, Dividing Dude, Tex Arkana, Dr. Sigma, and Blaxtreme.

The Punchin’ Bag 25 – A New Beginning

As cliche as the title is, it at least has double meaning, as Punchy quits the Elite Team and I try out a few new stylistic flourishes for the “season 2” of Punchin’ Bag (to be collected in the second print edition at a later date).

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The Punchin’ Bag 13: Tex Arkana

I had to take a few weeks off to work on prints and actual, factual, printed comic books for Gentleman & Scholar Comics‘ booth at the Portland Comic Expo. It’s surreal.

Now, though, PB is back talking to an old friend of GSC, Tex Arkana. Unsurprisingly, it doesn’t go well for The Punchin’ Bag. You’ll get’em next time, Punchy!

 

Tex Arkana #1 Available Now!

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Gentleman & Scholar Comics presents its first full collaboration comic book, Tex Arkana.

Learn Tex Arkana’s origin as he struggles with his past, at the expense of his present. There may be hope for his future, yet.

Tex Arkana is a relic of a bygone era. A superhero returned from operations in Afghanistan, can he survive in a post-War on Terror world that has passed him by?

Click here to get this black and white comic book on Indy Planet!

The entire Gentleman & Comics line is on Indy Planet as well!

 

Black and White Sketch of Nero

The villain of The Punching Bag and Tex Arkana

 

Here is a black and white inked sketch of Nero, the antagonist of both of my novellas, The Punching Bag and Tex Arkana. With the Neurological Enhancement Research Operator atop his exposed brain (which is protected by another of his devices, the polymerizer, which renders materials a nigh indestructible plastic), Nero lives up to two supervillain cliches: a brilliant mind bogged down by perpetually scheming, and ridiculous acronyms

 

Check out his villainous schemes in my ebooks, in Links.