Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Alejandro says: Thrill-seeker Trevor Fitzroy's natural ability to step in and out of the time stream has both given him unique perspective and the opportunity to exploit his knowledge of history for personal gain. His story begins in 2104, as he uses his abilities and influence to gain a spot in the X-Men, which have long surpassed the Avengers as the world's most effective and respected protectors from extraordinary threats. He soon finds out that, in reality, the X-Men have become a corrupt militaristic political movement whose representatives govern most of the Americas.
Upon this discovery Fitzroy immediately realizes when things went wrong: The day, nearly a century before, when Cyclops and Wolverine decided to split the X-Men into factions. Fitzroy decides that, even though he's never taken a life, he must travel to 2012 to assassinate Cyclops in order to ensure that the X-Men remain a force for good.
Alejandro's websites: http://alejandrobruzzese.net/ | http://www.flickr.com/photos/thegreatcube/
Trevor Fitzroy was created by Jim Lee and Whilce Portacio. Read more...
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
About gElm: http://stoicdecay.blogspot.com
Uncle Scrooge and most of the citizens of Duckburg were created by Carl Barks.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Dave says:Whilst visiting her father (Professor Thunder) on an archaeological dig at a Badhnesiaian temple, Jonni is caught in a terrifying earthquake.
The floor of the temple splits open and Jonni falls into an undiscovered cavern far underground.
Searching for a way out she accidentally breaks a small golden statue which releases the Thunderbolt, a Geni like spirit which bonds itself to her service!
Dave Windett is a professional comics artist and illustrator, his work has been published in Britain, Europe and America.
He has drawn comics featuring numerous licensed characters, including Inspector Gadget, Eek the Cat, Ace Ventura, Daffy Duck and Korky the Cat . For the Scandinavian market he has illustrated educational books, business manuals and comics. He has also designed original characters for a variety of publications and provided illustrations for everything from magazines and websites to mobile phones, games, and children's shoes.
Samples of his work can be seen on his website at - http://www.davewindett.com/ and on his blog at - http://www.davewindett.com/blog/
Jonni Thunder was created by Roy Thomas.