Saturday, March 28, 2015

Unhappily Ever After: The Little Mermaid


In this picture, I imagined an alternate timeline where Prince Eric drowned during his battle with Ursula, and brokenhearted, Ariel kept his remains in her undersea grotto.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Roger and Jessica

Roger and Jessica Rabbit having fun cosplaying as each other. Cute couple. :)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

My namesake

Not many people know this, but I was actually named after this brave man. My great great great grandfather, Jefferson S. Victor IV fought bravely, but lost his life in the great robot uprising of 1878. This is the only known photograph of him.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Hobbit BFF's

This scene from Return of the King always gets me. :'-)

The Evolution of Marty McFly

Great Scott! Has it really been 30 years since Back to the Future came out?! In honor of this momentous anniversary, I present the evolution of everyone's favorite Irish Bug: Marty McFly.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Up up and away!

When I was a kid, my parents got me Superman Underoos, and they were AWESOME!

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Aliens

Had some fun drawing a scene from one of my favorite films of all time.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Yellow


The Horror

Well, this might just be the freakiest thing I've ever drawn. O_O

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The Secret of Nimh

For children of a certain age, this movie left an indelible impression. I seriously can't believe Hollywood is thinking of remaking this one, but hey, if there's a buck to be made on an existing property, amirite?

The Adventures of Franklin the Friendly Catbox

Just having fun. >^_^<

Monday, March 16, 2015

Medusa

For all of you who are sick of all the Batman stuff I've been posting, here's a sassy, sexy Medusa. You go girl!

Sunday, March 15, 2015

The Evolution of the Batman Films Poster

Hey guys, thank you for such an enthusiastic response to the Evolution of Batman art! I've had a poster printed and it's now currently up for sale at my webstore. It is 18"x 24", and printed on beautiful silky archival paper. It would look great in anyone's personal Bat-cave. Limited edition of only 300.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Evolution of the Batman Films Part 8

The Dark Knight was a bonafide smash hit. How do you follow it up? The Dark Knight Rises was a bold attempt, but due to many strange plot inconsistencies, and an overall less interesting main villain, the story never seemed to quite gel. It has it's many admirers, but overall it didn't seem to end the series on a high note.

So that's it guys....done! WHEW. Thank you guys for liking, sharing, and commenting on this series. It's been a real labor of love, and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed making it.

The Evolution of Batman Films Part 7

In 2008, WB released what is arguably not only the best Batman movie ever, but the single best superhero movie ever made: The Dark Knight. Received enthusiastically by fans and critics, many described it as elevating the superhero movie genre. Many other reboots, similar in tone were attempted in the wake of Dark Knight, but none captured the lightning in the bottle that this film did. Anchored by an incredible Joker performance by Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight is a milestone in blockbuster filmmaking.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

The Evolution of Batman Films Part 6

Universally hated by just about everyone, Batman and Robin effectively killed the comic movie for a few years. However, after the success of the X-men and Spider-man films, WB decided to give Batman another shot, rebooting the franchise from scratch. Hiring director Christopher Nolan proved to be a very wise choice, as his more realistic version of Batman seemed to be just the things fans were hungry for. Batman Begins was a solid hit, earning critical praise as well. But the strongest Batman film yet was just around the corner...

The Evolution of Batman Films Part 5

So we've come to it at last. Batman and Robin. The absolute nadir of not only the Batman franchise, but widely considered one of the worst films ever made. Warner Bros spent a fortune on this film, and tried to cash in on as much merchandising as possible. Unfortunately, the movie was a campy, jokey disaster. Comic fans hated it, the public hated it, and even the stars and director all but apologized for it. The reception was so toxic that it all but killed comic book movies for three years. Batman needed a fresh start, badly. Luckily, help was on its way...

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Evolution of Batman Films Part 4

Director Tim Burton was out, and now it was Joel Schumacher's turn to helm the next Batman movie. The result was Batman Forever. Arriving in 1995, it marked a return to more of a lighter, campier style, similar to the 60's TV show. Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones played the baddies, each competing to see who could chew more of the scenery. Despite grumblings by comic fans, the movie made a ton of money, and Warners decided to go all in on with this campy style. As we'll see, this proved absolutely disastrous.