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    Some New Batman Sketches

    Some comics artists spend their life drawing corporate-owned characters, and draw their own concepts in their spare time. I’m the opposite. Here’s my latest experiment, a 1920s Batman. Experimenting with micron pens and really simple lines. My latest inspiration is the deco magazine art of Russell Patterson.

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    Labyrinth

    Big news. My friend Adrianne and I just finished our first journey into Henson’s Labyrinth. The story will be out in time for New Comic Book Day. http://robot6.comicbookresources.com/2011/12/archaia-to-publish-new-labyrinth-graphic-novel/   Sadly, I don’t have time to draw this book, as I’m completely overwhelmed with Courtney Crumrin and other secret projects. Happily, this won’t be a problem because THIS GUY is doing it. Holy cow! But just to be a tease, here’s a Hoggle sketch I did for craps and giggles.

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    A Little News

    I’ve been pretty busy this last month. The DC jobs I was trying to get over the last year finally came through. I will be in the next Batman Annual, as well as in a new project DC West Coast is putting out, which I’ll post details about as it comes. In addition, I just knocked out the cover for the new Polly and the Pirates book. Also, I will be at Comic-Con International in San Diego next weekend. I will be at the Oni Press booth all weekend. Here’s a few sketches to tide you over. Green Lantern and Whatzisface The Baroness

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    A Few Commissions

    Here’s a couple of pieces commissioned by fans. If you’re interested in a commission, write to my friend Lan at tednaifehart@gmail.com. ¬†They range in price from $25 for small headshots, to $100 for the large full figure pieces like these. The Superman one isn’t a commision. I just wanted to see if I could draw Superman. It is for sale, though, since you asked.