Monday, November 5, 2012

Cap says "VOTE!"

Tomorrow is election day! Captain America and I urge you to vote.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Super ladies saving babies

I recently contributed a septet of sketch cards for 5Finity's annual March of Dime's fundraiser. Here are the cards...

You can bid on them (AND therefore donate to March of Dimes too!) at the following links:

Wonder Woman
Mary Jane (and Spider-Man)

BONUS INCENTIVE: If you're the winning bidder who buys the card that goes for the most out of these six, e-mail me at brodie(atsign) and tell me the TOP SECRET image added on the back of the card and you'll also win a 8x10 commission of your favorite comic book character! March those dimes, people! Thanks to Steve and the gang at 5finity for doing this and including me!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


BEWITCHED! Endora, Samantha, and Derwood, uh... Dennis, er... what's his name.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Peter Parker and Miles Morales, the Spider-Men.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Here's the last batch of my Kitty Ditties & Pretty Ladies cards for 5Finity:

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Kitty Ditties and Pretty Ladies (3)

A third batch of Kitty Ditties & Pretty Ladies sketch cards for 5Finity:

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Kitty Ditties & Pretty Ladies (2)

Here's the second batch of my Kitty Ditties & Pretty Ladies cards for 5Finity:

Monday, July 2, 2012

Kitty Ditties and Pretty Ladies (1)

Did you know people collecting baseball-card-sized pieces of original art was a thing? I didn't until not too long ago. Apparently it's a big thing. Anyway, I recently contributed several cards to a set from 5Finity for a line featuring pin-up gals posing with cats called Kitty Ditties and Pretty Ladies. I'm allowed to post them now and will be stretching them out over a few posts. Here's four:

More to come!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Cool Story, Chief Brody. Tell it Again.

Is it legal to riff on a meme you don't entirely understand? I hop so. Anyway, this is available on shirts and such

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Bitter about charity

Also, you aren't bald, you have a very short, but fashionable haircut.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Relaunching Dazzler (and the Refractions)

Today on the blog Relaunched is my relaunch pitch for Marvel's one-time disco roller-skating singer Dazzler, minus the disco and the roller skates, but adding a back-up rock band and a mission. Here's the link to my pitch for Dazzler and the Refractions. Follow the link to read the pitch what goes with the pitcher.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Wicked Witch of the Slytherin

I've been working on a project in which I have to physically color some drawings instead of computo-coloring them.  I was enjoying it more than I expected, so I also made this.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

ADVENTURE TIME - Oh mah glob.

Last Adventure Time digital cut out - Lumpy Space Princess, Peppermint Butler, and Princess Bubblegum.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

ADVENTURE TIME - Chilling Evil!

A digital cut out of the Ice King and his penguins. The Ice King is made of ice and snow. The Ice King says, “Rate me on a scale of 1 to 10: 1 is ‘totally gross’, 10 is ‘hey, Ice King you look crazy siiiiick!’”

Monday, March 12, 2012

ADVENTURE TIME, come on grab your friends

It's Adventure Time! Here's the first in a series of digital cut-out portraits of some of the characters from Cartoon Network's wild enthusiasm-fest of weirdness - Jake, Finn, and Bmo out frolicking.

Monday, February 20, 2012


I enjoy the Batted man in his many incarnations, but my first intro to the character was watching reruns of the old Adam West and Burt Ward series from the 60s, so while this may look a little mean, it’s cooked with love.

Batman’s costume was just a little off in the series. The eyes were cut into the cowl in such a way that they always made him look a little cross-eyed. Also the let the cowl hang out from under the cape making a weird little circular collar in the front. The painted-on eyebrows are off, to be sure, but strangest of all had to be that square painted around the tip of the nose. Riddle me this, Batman: WHY IS THERE A LITTLE SQUARE PAINTED AROUND THE TIP OF YOUR NOSE?

No time for riddles, old chum - TO THE BATPOLES

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark

When I was a little kid, I was afraid to see Raiders of the Lost Ark, because I heard about the face-melting. So it wasn’t until years later, and after seeing Temple of Doom that I finally saw the original.

Monday, February 6, 2012


I love the television show Lost in Space. I'm not arguing that it's a good show, just that it's a lot of fun. Here are the three characters, Dr. Smith, the robot, and Will, that slowly took over the show completely after the initial attempts at making a serious space drama about space Captain Robinson and his space family and their space ship.

Right after finishing this, I learned that Dick Tufeld, the inimitable voice of the robot, recently died, so I guess this is also kind of an accidental tribute.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Uncle Duck

I squeezed in another entry into the Donald Duck Design Challenge over on Threadless. Here's Donald taking over as the star of an 80s comedy classic:

Please consider rating it a 5! Thanks!

And here's a link to my other entry,

Thursday, January 12, 2012


I have a design entered in the Threadless Donald Duck T-shirt Design Challenge! Here's a preview:

It's called Duckalicious and is a ducky riff on the classic Threadless design, Funkalicious.

Please go here to rate the design, comment, and spread the word if you like it! Thanks! I could win 2 grand AND a bevvy of Donald Duck prizes!

Monday, January 9, 2012

Rocket Bye Baby

In last week's post about Paul Bunyan I mentioned the Looney Tunes cartoon Goo Goo Goliath in which a giant baby is delivered to a normal-sized couple, which then reminded me of the Chuck Jones classic, Rocket Bye Baby in which a Martian baby is accidentally delivered to a couple on Earth.

So here's Mot, the star of Rocket Bye Baby, in his home-made flying saucer.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Paul Bunyan is very tall

The following image is not a picture of a superhero or a monster. I know that might come as a shock, but it's true. Here's good ol' Paul Bunyan:

"Hello, my name is Paul. Do you have anything giant you'd like chopped down?"

I love Paul Bunyan, even though I barely remember anything about him. What I remember: he's a enormous lumberjack who has a giant blue Ox named Babe as a pet. I think maybe one of his stories involved sweating so much he created the great lakes. Or maybe it was crying, but I don't get the feeling Paul really cried a lot.

I also get the impression that Paul loves roadside attractions and breakfast. Maybe I'm projecting, though, as I also love roadside attractions and breakfast. Maybe Paul and I have a lot in common! Probably this is all we really have in common.

I wonder if Paul was delivered by that drunk stork from Looney Tunes that brought a giant baby to a normal-sized couple that one time (HA HA - I love it when he teethes on the tire!).

I also love that Babe isn't just a giant Ox, as if that wouldn't be outlandish enough. No, she (she? I think?) is a giant BLUE Ox. Was she born blue? Is she from Monster Island like Godzilla (and in case that gets your gears turning, I call dibs on drawing a comic about Paul Bunyan fighting Godzilla! DIBS! I'm gonna do it!)?

I suppose instead of endlessly speculating about Paul Bunyan I could probably go read some thing about him instead. Maybe I'll go do that in a bit. Until then, maybe baby Paul Bunyan made the Hoover Damn out of baby blocks! Maybe Paul Bunyan dug the Grand Canyon to poop in! Maybe Paul Bunyan invented the Big Gulp!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Unusual Suspects

A new illustration/T-shirt design, Which Witch:

You can get it on a shirt by clicking here! It'll look great on you. You'll see.