A Mini Comic Con in KL

Last Saturday, Earth 638 the comic shop located at Kelana Mall – in colaboration with Banshee Creative held COMICS ARE COOL, the first unofficial mini comic convention. From 4pm to 9pm, visitors came to the store to buy comics and meet creators. Local indie publishers also sold their comics and signed their work. There was also a line where artists […]

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SFX at the link below

Batman Punches People

After having Bruce (Wayne) punched by Carol (Ferris) and upsetting Selena (not Kyle), it’s time for Batman to go punch some other dudes. Don’t say I never did anything for you, Selena! Haha! Larger image can be found here. Version with NSFW sound effects can be with Ryan (Rhodes), who suggested this warm-up sketch.

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Human Fly 15

The Human Fly: Cornered

Here’s my second submission to Cornered blog, as curated by Calamity Jon Morris. This time it’s The Human Fly! I had issue 15 way back when which taught me that The Human Fly was a real guy in real life and there was an elevator going up the Washington Monument. Click here to view the Cornered entry! And go check […]

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Or is that really Moonstone?

Carol Punches Bruce

Before Aidilfitri, I went down to The Gardens, a mall in the Mid Valley arcology. There I bought a Copic Ciao brush pen. When I first found it, I asked it, “Where have you been all my life?” What can I do with a brush pen? Here’s what, as illustrated with a quick sketch of Ms. Marvel and the Hulk […]

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Middle Earth Role Playing

The Great Nerd Archaeological Dig of Sitiawan

Earlier this month, we went back to my hometown of Sitiawan where I dug up my old stuff in my cupboard and wardrobe, then posted them on Google+. Here is a compilation of the posts, along with further elaboration, as well as a new photo near the end. Ancient cache of geekery unearthed at my parents’ house included a single […]

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Clark and cats

Superman Saves Cats!

You know what I miss about Superman? Him being sometimes ridiculous and fun. Here’s a tribute to the fun and ridiculous Silver Age Superman with the best ending in the world ever. This might have occurred just after Luthor stole 40 cakes. Click here to view a larger image on DeviantArt.

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Zero-G, Lightspeed, Mass Master and Energizer

Power Pack: Cornered

Power Pack is one of Sila’s favourite comic books back in the day. When I thought about submitting art to the Cornered blog where artists reproduce corner art from comic books, I figured, “Why not Power Pack?” Here they are: Alex, Julie, Jack and Katie Power! Click here for the Cornered blog entry. Click here for a larger image at […]

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Toku-Taka Togg

Another F-Sharp Bell

On Twitter, Calamity Jon Morris wanted to see more designs of alien Green Lantern Corpsmen, so I thought why not create another visually blind Lantern of the F-Sharp Bell Corps. Like Rot Lop Fan, this original alien named Toku-Taka Togg of Space Sector 0073, has no sense of sight nor the concept of light and colours.

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Bookmarks for Orphans

Last weekend, Irfan’s aunt Cik Emma was involved with some community activity with her friends at Pulau Pinang. They performed voluntary community service to the residents of Rumah Seri Cahaya, an orphanage at Batu Maung. She asked if I could contribute some art for some bookmarks that she was going to give the children there. I used my ink pens […]

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Zatanna, daughter of the famed magician crimefighter Zatarra and a member of the Justice League – assembled with a combined application of pencil, brush ink and water colours. Click here to view a larger image on DeviantArt.

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Clark Flies

Smallville has ended its 10 year run making it the longest running series based on a comic book ever. I’d like to say it was a great run through and through, but it did lose my attention somewhere during the fourth season due to Clark’s teenaged lovey-dovey hijinks with Lana. I saw the odd episode here and there over the […]

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Forsooth! A Thor Movie Review!

[[image:thor-vs-destroyer.jpg:Drawn by Hisham:center:0]] A Thor movie. Can you believe it? Produced by Marvel themselves instead of licensing it out to another studio? Directed by Kenneth Branagh? I wish I could go back in time to tell 13-year-old, comic book fan Hisham how awesome the future will be in the movies. He would go nuts. In a good way. Mostly. So […]

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But not in red

A Banner Image

This is some incredulous Hulk, who is said to be gamma-irradiated. Which sounds unhealthy. This was a warm-up sketch using a new brush I recently got with ink. Something is still not right with how I wield the brush. I suppose more practice is needed. Update (May 13, 2011): I’ve coloured Bruce:

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Kurt Wagner

Classic Kurt

Here’s a quick sketch of Kurt, a former pupil of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, in his classic costume, and draped in shadows as usual. I believe the red in his costume is a manifestation of his subconscious desire to stand out among the shadows, even as a youngster mobs set out to burn him as a demon.

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