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My Last Bombshells

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With issue 16 (out last month), my work on Bombshells United is done. Go get you one, it has some of my favorite drawings ever in it, including the spread included here. I'm  super-proud of my work on the title, so glad to have been a part of the magic that is Bombshells. Thanks to my awesome teammates Marguerite Bennett, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Wes Abbott, Kristy Quinn, Jessica Chen and Jim Chadwick. I miss you guys already!


New portfolio

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It’s over here, have a look!

Bombshells United 12 cover

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Digital chapters 23-24. Print version available in fine funnybook shops everywhere February 21st. Drawing by me, colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick!

Johnny Quick, More Fun Comics 96: T. Watts, Miracle-Man!

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March-April 1944! Script (likely) by Don Cameron, art by Mort Meskin with Charles Paris.















DC Bombshells United issue 13 cover- Black Canary!

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Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick, content suggestion by Marguerite Bennett. We were going for a vintage travel poster vibe, I think we did okay! In shops March 7th.

Bombshells United 6/DC Super Spec 6/All Star Comics 16

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The coolest thing I did in 2017 was this Bombshells United cover. It's my first for DC (I drew a Harley/Ivy/Betty/Veronica cover first, but it was published after, AND was obvs also an Archie co-production, so) and it was a pretty fun way to start.
When I was really young I bought a used copy of the 100 page World's Greatest Super-Heroes one, that's a scan of my actual copy, above. The cover wraps around- there's more folks on the back- and I was knocked out by it. I got it the weekend I met Kirby, who, incidentally, hated it. He was appalled that every hero was just standing there, when they could be busy doing something kinetic. Which I get, but still- it's an iconic thing based on another iconic thing, and I GOT TO DO ANOTHER THING BASED ON THEM BOTH. For the same publisher. For money.

And that's the coolest thing.


Colors on mine by Kelly Fitzpatrick, DC 100 page Super Spectacular 6 cover drawn by Neal Adams (1971), All Star Comics 16 (1943) by Frank Harry.