BUT SERIOUSLY, You bring a sense of gravity and verisimilitude to the stuff you draw, as if you are asking yourself "what would it take for me to take this thing seriously?" Your 'redesigns' of heroes, that I personally believe the artists and writers squander their potential, are brilliant in a way that respects not just the source material, but us the people who these things are supposed to be entertaining. I really love the fact that in your created works you create worlds where men and women can be bad-asses of not just equal worth, but equal respect, I respect the fact that in your works, women are there not as eye candy but as mutual breakers of face and thinkers of thoughts and that your artistic representation of these men AND women reflects a future where I can put comic art on a flag and wave it above my house shouting, "yes! ALL ARE WELCOME, COOL LIVES HERE!".
It may sound weird to some for a red (or burgundy, i like burgundy) blooded man such as myself to wax philosophical about gender representation but even as a teen it annoyed me to see buff cool, well armored men with bad-ass weapons and beside them, scrawny-yet-buxom women wearing no protection on a field of war full people wielding stabby sticks acting like the blood-soaked fields of battle were a scene from playboy magazine... sigh.
beyond the gender representation you have my respect as an artist that looks like he does some damned research into his potential designs, and makes things to look cool and sensible.
Keep on keeping on brotha (if you are a man, don't wanna assume anything) or sista or sentient potted plant. you are an all time favorite.
I love your interpretation of wonder woman, thick muscled, tall warrior woman head crusher as apposed to inexplicably strong good girl art "BATTLE WAIF".
end of rant/praise, you may return to your regularly scheduled existence.