Ronnie James Dio, the second best singer for Black Sabbath. Say what you will about Dio’s lyrics, the man could sing. And he had an incredible stage presence.
This was done in about 5 minutes on my iPad.
For this week’s Halloween/Monster theme I chose my fave monster: the Werewolf…
Have a safe one, everybody!
Dean Motter’s ‘Mr. X’, originally published by Vortex Comics and more recently, Dark Horse Comics.
This is the scene where Tetsuo goes into the Clowns’ hideout and takes control of the gang. For some reason, this scene is one that stuck with me.
Here is my 3 panel story. I have post-apocalyptic settings on my mind.
Maybe this movie will be cool, maybe it won’t. At the very least, Christopher Nolan managed to make Bane, one of the worst designed villains in Batman’s history (and I’m including Egghead from the old TV show), look both cool and menacing.
This was done the old fashioned way. I squeezed a baby octopus until ink came out and smeared it on the paper until it made a picture. Can you think of a better way to do it?
I chose the Police tune, ‘Tea In The Sahara’ from their final album, ‘Synchronicity’. Not exactly my fave Police album but I liked the images that popped out from the song. I originally pictured the women in burkas but settled for a 19th century western dress.
I was worried about stepping on Jeff’s toes with this one, but it looks as if we went in completely different directions. I’d say someone should let the both of us loose on some TMNT comics.
Just a thought.