Friday, September 26, 2014

Interview at Comicdom

I gave an interview I quite liked at Comicdom. (In greek).
Check it out if you want.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Paragliding helmet.

Drawing I was commissioned to do for a paragliding helmet. I provided the image an then another artist transfered it on the helmet.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Wedding illustration

Illustration I did for my friends', Nancy and Konstantinos, wedding. It was used as a topping on the cake (from I Bake Your Pardon).

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

I  did a follow up to my previous series of Crossover Cartoons. They were first uploaded on and I now collect them here.

Lucky Luke and Peter Pan

Gizmo and Cinderella

Groot, Pikachu and Hodor

Pepe le Pew and Grumpy Cat

Michael Jackson and Nick Fury

Loki and Wonder Woman

X-men / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Agent Smith and Jamie Madrox

Mr Carson and Alfred Pennyworth

...and Jarvis

Remy and Hannibal

Daenerys Targaryen and Kitty Pryde

Beholder and Mandarin

Ms Cartman and Hank Moody

Lizard and Gorila Grodd

Namor, Uncle Scrooge and Aquaman

Frankenstein's monster, Link and Captain Marvel

Prince Adam and Clark Kent

Quicksilver and Jaime Lannister

Wolverine and John Constantine

Plastic Man and Optimus Prime

Clayface and Sandman

Lion-O and Battle Cat

...and Goofy and Pluto

Captain America, Grim Reaper and Thor

Socrates and Jon Snow

Rocket and Howard the Duck

the Fresh Prince and Professor Xavier

Marty McFly and Cable

Daniel LaRusso and Darth Vader

Spongebob Squarepants and Starro the Conqueror

Pedobear and Mojo

Conan and Prince Valiant

And a little extra:

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Martian Manhunter

Old sketch from a time when -for five minutes- Scott Lobdell and me were going to pitch a space Kung Fu take on Martian Manhunter.
(If I recall correctly I had based him on Peter Mensah.)

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Barbarians In Love

Another one of my comics that never came to be. This one was to be my followup to Zuda after Melody but the imprint closed and I never did anything with the concept after that.

The series, called Barbarians In Love, would have been a soap opera set in a Conan-esque setting. Romance and violence, broken hearts and severed heads... that kind of thing. (Some of the themes found their way into my following graphic novel, Falling For Lionheart).

From time to time I think I might revive this...(At some point I was talking with Jed Dougherty about him drawing it and me writting it. How awesome would THAT have been?!)
Oh, well... who knows what may happen in the future?

(And yes, the inspiration for the above images is this.)