Comics - for the kids.
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For the Aurora West Contest, with apologies to Mr. Pope, Mr. Rubin, the makers of Photoshop,and the inventors of color theory.
You know, not really apologies so much as, wow, Paul Pope and David Rubin, two artists I admire tremendously. Since THB and the Popgun days.
As for the acid colors I seemed to have landed on, well, this why I keep my comics black and white.
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For the Aurora West Contest, with apologies to Mr. Pope, Mr. Rubin, the makers of Photoshop,and the inventors of color theory.

You know, not really apologies so much as, wow, Paul Pope and David Rubin, two artists I admire tremendously. Since THB and the Popgun days.

As for the acid colors I seemed to have landed on, well, this why I keep my comics black and white.

esd

Hey! Finally getting to this: posting pics of those future cartoonists who were inspired by the Hero Machine. This guy, let’s call him EJ, he drew three or four PERFECT heroes, and take a look at that triple-black-belt! Perfect. He is Toronto-based, a patron of the Little Island Comic Book store, and he is obviously a genius.

 

To all the people who have bought issues one or two or both, please send pictures of your HERO drawings - it is the reason I made these comics!!

 

EMAIL: imagenatprod@gmail.com

 

http://www.inpcomics.com

 

http://guttergeek.com/2014/04/the-hero-machine/

 

Available here: Challengers(CHI)/Meltdown(LA)/LittleIsland(TORONTO)/BigCartel

TEXT VERSION - MOCCA - this weekend

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April 5th and 6th: This weekend, I will be selling my very own comics at MOCCA! Issues 1 and 2 of THE HERO MACHINE, made entirely by me.

My Hero Machine comics are actually FOR KIDS, in that they encourage kids to draw, and make up superheroes. So really the comics are for everyone. If you want to read more about the HERO MACHINE comics by E.S.Davies go to: http://www.inpcomics.com/ They will be available directly from me, next week, either here, or you know, just call me, or email me or something. If you know any kids who like comics.

The MoCCA Arts Fest is located at the 69th Regiment Armory at 68 Lexington Ave., between 25th+26th Street in Manhattan.

It costs five bucks to get in. There is a KIDS ZONE to the left of the entrance, and I am at this table. Come on down!

Please note: Not everything at Mocca is ‘for kids’ 


Also, I will be at the friggin beach, the following weekend, at the Asbury Comic Con

Please forward along to comic-lovers everywhere

tanks,
eric