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Secret Origins

As we were pulling material together for the New 52 launch, in this case GREEN ARROW, we sometimes had to generate artwork before everything was fully defined.

A number of years ago, I launched the “Sensational Spider-Man” title for Marvel Comics.

Check out these four Justice League covers I did for a series that was given away free in late 2011.

In addition to Doomsday, here are the original character sketches for a few other DC characters.

DC sends out a holiday card every year.

Coca-Cola commissioned me to illustrate the University of Iowa’s mascot, Herky the Hawkeye.

A convention sketch, done on a beautiful Batman cape.

This issue actually featured two stories — one of which was printed directly from the pencils.

Extant was created as one of the primary villains in ZERO HOUR.

Monarch, tyrant of a future earth, first appeared in ARMAGEDDON 2001 #2.

When we first started talking about Doomsday, he didn’t even have a name. We talked about him in terms of “living rage” or “force of nature”. These first three sketches were actually done during the meeting where Doomsday and the Death of Superman were planned. We knew he’d be big, violent and forceful. In the…

A few years ago, DC moved offices and needed a card that announced the move, as well as the new address.

In 2007, the SMALLVILLE TV show was engaged in a cross-promotion stunt with Toyota.

In 1993, DC editor Mike Carlin and I did a 4-issue METAL MEN mini-series.

Back in December of 2000, DC asked me to do a litho for the Warner stores.

Not a dream! Not a hoax! Not an imaginary story!

We were working on a storyline called The Day of the Krypton Man.

With the amount of writing and penciling work I have, it isn’t often I find the time to ink.

This is one of my all time favorites, done for the July, 1994 Advance Comics Distribution Cover.

When I wrote and drew ZERO HOUR, one of the main goals was publishing a timeline at the end of the project.

The official 1994 San Diego Comic-Con t-shirt, which also was a promotion for Zero Hour.

Everyone knows Batkid, right?