Ghost King Mini Comic Teaser

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Ghost King Mini Comic teaser
MORE SPEEDLINES! MORE SPEEDLINES!
Here’s a Ghost King mini comic teaser. Looks like I’m going to fin­ish it just in time for Sta­ple!
I’ve been work­ing on This mini comic for the past few days and I’m sur­prised at how quickly it’s come together. It’s been a lot of fun to try out dif­fer­ent tech­niques in cre­at­ing it and it’s been inter­est­ing find­ing ways to color it, since it will be in black and white.
Even though it’s been a nice lit­tle break/experiment, I’ll be happy to get back to Night­mare Pro Wrestling once it’s done. I’ll be putting up a two page Ghost King pre­view soon, so keep an eye out for that!

The Wraith-Art Print

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The Wraith-Art Print

 

Fin­ished with ‘The Wraith’ art print. Again, It’s based on the 1986 movie of the same name.  Here’s the plot sum­mary I got off of IMDB: “A small desert town has been harassed for months by a gang of drag rac­ers, but so far no one has done any­thing to stop them. One day, a ghostly black car shows up, chal­leng­ing mem­bers of the group to race, then killing them one by one. Nei­ther the gang nor the police can catch the car or its dri­ver, but some inves­ti­gat­ing into the gang’s past may reveal just who’s behind all this.“
I remem­ber watch­ing this a lot back when I was younger, catch­ing it on cable often and lov­ing it. I revis­ited the movie a few days ago, after I heard the guys over on the Cult Film Pod­cast talk­ing about it and I still love it. I did find it a lit­tle funny to see a young Char­lie Sheen in the lead role, espe­cially after who he is now. All in all The Wraith is still a lot of fun and I rec­om­mend it to any­one who loves 80’s movies or just wants to watch some­thing out of the ordinary.

Ghost King Reboot

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Ghost King - Concept Art

 

I’m going to be reboot­ing an old comic I was work­ing on in high school called Ghost King. I’m going to be doing it in more of a mini comic for­mat and I’m hop­ing to get it done in time for
Sta­ple! , which I will be attend­ing, in March.
Here’s some con­cept art which might also dou­ble as the cover for the first issue. I designed the char­ac­ters and story to be a lot more sim­ple and fun than the orig­i­nal.  I couldn’t find any images of the old comic at the moment but when I do I’ll make sure to post it up for comparison.