Comics Revue Conventions

C2E2 Countdown…



Less than 2 weeks to go!

You’ll find me in Artist Alley – Booth: L11

Happy to announce that all three Comics Revue that I did covers for in their new format will all be available in time for C2E2.

Click on image to see covers on Portfolio page.
Click on image to see covers on Portfolio page.

And for those who missed it, copies of my Sketches and Drawings comic portfolio will also be on hand.

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As always, I will have original art for sale and I will be available for on site sketches and commissions. My portfolio page has examples of past convention sketches I’ve done.


Need another reason to go to C2E2? Check out their Spotlight Guests:


And more importantly, make sure to check out all the fabulous artists in
C2E2’s Artists Alley.

Hope to see you there!

Comics Revue

Comics Revue – February 2013

Update: Comics Revue for February 2013 is out – just got my copy in the mail.

Comics Revue

And here’s the steps I did that went into the cover illustration.
Originally posted 10/15/2012.


For comparison, here’s the reference I received from editor Rick Norwood.

By Lee Falk and Wilson McCoy

In addition to the Phantom by Falk and Wilson, Comics Review also features…

Secret Agent Corrigan by Goodwin and Williamson
Alley Oop by V.T. Hamlin
Flash Gordon by Mac Raboy (in color)
Tarzan by Russ Manning (in color)
Latigo by Stan Lynde
Mandrake the Magician by Falk and Davis
Gasoline Alley by Dick Mores
Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff
Buz Sawyer by Roy Crane
Casey Ruggles by Warren Tufts (in color)
Modesty Blaise by Peter O’Donnell and Romero

And much, much more…
(Unabashed plug.)

You can get a subscription through the Comics Revue website
or tell your local comic store to start stocking up on them – order today!

Comics Revue Flash Gordon

Comics Revue – June 2012

Just got the latest issue of Comics Revue. The illustration I did for the cover spotlights a 1957 Mac Raboy Flash Gordon storyline featured inside.
Here’s a CliffNotes version of the process I did for drawing the cover…

Initial roughs sent to Rick Norwood over at Comics Revue. Rick picked number 2.
Thumbnail image – first draft.
Previews magazine – where the thumbnail image is featured for solicitation.
Inks for the magazine cover.
Finished color – done in Photoshop.
Favorite part – receiving the magazine.

To purchase online you can go to The artwork they have online is the thumbnail image but the magazine you get will have the image featured here.

To order a subscription to Comics Revue, check out their website at