Sunday, January 24, 2010

Faster than a speeding bullet...

Since they're now up for sale on Amazon I thought it was safe to post a couple of images from two of the books I did for HarperCollins. They feature DC's Fab 3, but not necessarily in every book. In the book, Meet the Superheroes, you get all three and in The Incredible Shrinking Superhero Superman is featured with Wonder Woman and in the third book Feline Felonies features Batman and Wonder Woman - which I can't show you any images from since they haven't realeased it yet, but is still available for pre-order.
These are very classic takes on the heroes since this is intended for a very young audience. They were definitely a lot of fun and I look forward to doing more of these in the future.
If you're interested in any of these then click on the links above...or you can go to the bottom of this blog and click on the link to my Amazon store (yeah, I know it doesn't quite fit, but I'll mess around with it a little later and see if I can fix that). You can not only find these books there but also all the other books I've done as well as most of the movies and stuff I've worked on over the years.

Also, I've now joined the Twitter revolution (though I'm not sure why) and if you're interested you can view my infrequent tweets at s_e_gordon

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Someone wanted to talk to me...

Due to the previous post I attracted the attention of a nice Marvel web-site called Marvel Animation Age over on the Toonzone web-site. If you're not aware of the site you should be - it's always full of interesting news, tidbits and duiscussion and I 'm not saying that because they've occasionally interviewed me either - though it helps.
Anyway, they asked me some other questions about the DTV of the Ultimate X-Men vs. the Ultimate Avengers so if you're interested mozy on over there by clicking on the link

And since I mentioned it in the interview I thought I'd show a couple of samples from the Thor DTV that never went too far (with me at least).

These were obviuosly heavily influenced by Jack Kirby, John Buscema and Walt Simonson.