I love this! The humor is dead on. But, the thing I really like about it is how very well you managed capture the emotional and personality shifts from panel to panel -- especially the transition from panel two (sweet, innocent, eager, even a little nervous) to panel three (100% power-ham for the camera).
LOL! At least Sara isn't in a tiny bra made of the Witchblade! Sigh... why can't it happen on the leading guys? Spidey or Venom should try it Time for some equality on sexualizing the superheroes! The superheroines have had enough!
Yup, and I still have the figure of the white haired villain Kenneth Irons That figure was the sexiest superhero figure I ever had in school years why can't he be a hero?! Well, may be he was fighting Ultraman or Superwoman in Earth 3
That's pretty great. Especially when you read the author's comments on the bottom ("I need to stop that shit"). Still, iconic heroes are associated with their iconic imagery. It's not YOUR fault it sells. XD
I have the same complaint about every drawing (cover or no) of Phoenix - always floating mid-air with fire around her. Although thinking of an alternative that captures her essence is actually quite challenging.
I LOVE Sara... I'll never get tired of your covers of her. That's what I call Talent (not Caldwell, just talent with a capital T). YOUR Talent. Thank you Sir. Thank you a hundred times if not thousands for your works of her. Thank you!!
Well, it's tricky stuff! Some issues there's no dramatic fight; just an important reveal. You can't very well put that on the cover, and about half of the "doing the searching that leads to the reveal" is either boring or ruins the pacing of the issue. Still, tricky as it is, it's good to keep plugging away at it. Thoughtless or lazy art can be just as bad as ugly art (worse, if the ugly art is ugly on purpose).