Friday, October 31, 2008


Craig beginning to excavate the head of his pumpkin...hmmm... those wings look familiar....

...the completed Captain America pumpkinhead! A truly amazing piece of pumpkin carving ...

... highlighted superbly when the night creeped in and the candles were lit.

A mightily heroic Batman with his own pumpkin .

Wednesday, October 29, 2008


So, recently, AgentM - over on the Marvel Blogs - has been asking creators and editorial for their Top Five Lists and has posted my Top Five Records. Of course, this changes daily depending on what kind of mood you find me in but I can safely say that the five listed remain constantly within my favourite 20. What are yours?

"Mike Perkins's Desert Island Top 5 Records 2008-10-21 16:15:50

I'm back! I have a bunch of responses in the bag, so I'll try and put a few entries in the can and post 'em over the next few days.

Woo!So, yeah. Mike Perkins is awesome. He started my official Marvel sketchbook with a kickass Wolverine piece, tells totally funny and great stories and draws the hell outta everything he touches. Also, he says "record" instead of CD. I do that as well and it just sounds right to me.

Top 5 Records:

"Purple Rain" by Prince
"O" by Damien Rice
"Forty Licks" by The Rolling Stones
"How Can I Sleep With Your Voice In My Head?" by A-Ha
"To Tu To Tam" by Grzegorz Turnau

Check out Mike's blog for your daily taste of Perkins.Wait...that doesn't sound right... "

Friday, October 24, 2008


When James Brown sang, "It's a Man's World," clearly he had never visited the Marvel Universe.Since Sue Storm first stood shoulder-to-shoulder with her Fantastic Four teammates back in 1961, women have been carving a mark all their own in the world of Marvels and pulling their male counterparts out of the fire more often than not.
This past week saw the new Lady Liberators band together in HULK #7, Lady Bullseye running wild in DAREDEVIL #112 and Carol Danvers facing her past in MS. MARVEL #32 in just a few examples of girl power spreading through the Marvel U.
We asked Marvel creators and editors to select their personal favorites from the House of Ideas' vast catalogue of fighting females and here's what we got back.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


Remember, remember the fifth of November....

That's when I'll be at "A Comic Shop" in WinterPark, Florida - along with the mighty Billy Tucci.

Followed by an appearance at the 2008 Miami Book Fair
November 14th-16th :

I'll be there with Bill Rosemann, Christos Gage and Brian Reed - and, I believe, I'll also be doing a portfolio review with Jessica Abel and Matt Madden. More info in a future post.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008


Lilja's Library is a great Stephen King site run from out of Sweden by an extremely professional and courteous fan. There's plenty of interesting reviews, news, previews and interviews up on the site and I've just completed an interview for them. Here's the link...


Stephen King's The Stand : Captain Trips #2 is out this week and there are previews and reviews ( spoiler warning) up there on a few sites :

Sunday, October 5, 2008


With a palette as rich as the Marvel Universe, you've got good odds that even creators and editors who have spent years working for the House of Ideas have certain characters they've never touched but long to explore creatively.

This week, asked those talented folks what dream projects they still aspire to make reality someday.

Thursday, October 2, 2008


A bit of radio silence this week as I'm wrapping up a deadline...but, a quick post to let you know that I'm signing at The Colliseum of Comics on Gunn Highway, Tampa, next wednesday October 8th.