Three pages of my original Young Justice art are now for sale on eBay. These are original interior pages from DC Comics Young Justice series, the companion comic to the popular Cartoon Network Young Justice animated TV series. This is original, hand-drawn 11″x17″ page art by Christopher Jones.
Here are direct links to the three individual sales.
Young Justice #20 page 12
Featuring a nice kiss between Superboy and Miss Martian, as well as Superboy’s introduction to Clark Kent. The page also features Garfield Logan, Marie Logan, and Jimmy Olsen!
Young Justice #24 page 08
Featuring Wonder Woman, Superboy, Captain Marvel, Martian Manhunter, The Flash, and The Atom battling the alien villain Kylstar.
Young Justice #24 page 15
Featuring Wonder Woman, Superman, Captain Atom, Captain Marvel and Superboy battling Kylstar.
Auctions end Sunday August 18, 2013.
That Neal Adams could really draw a cover back in the day, eh?
Based on countless data points ranging from the much-loved Superman: The Movie to multiple animated series and hundreds of comic books, I’ve come to the conclusion that whatever kryptonite’s area of effect for causing Superman pain and robbing him of his powers, it has a *wider* area of effect that makes Superman an idiot.
It always seemed to me that in those first moments when he feels the effects of a baseball-sized chunk of kryptonite that some arch-villain has just produced from its lead container, if you had the powers of Superman you’d have some options for how to respond before you were significantly effected. At least better options than putting your arms up in protest and backing sheepishly away.
Use you your heat vision or superbreath or something to close the container again. Move out of range and deal with the bad guy from a distance. Or just grab the damn thing and throw it into orbit before it saps your strength. Yes, it will hurt your hand. You’ll live. You’re Superman.
This is probably not one of the usual options...
A while ago I did some artwork for DC featuring some of their characters in Lego form interacting with characters and vehicles form Lego playsets. Click the image to go to the gallery and see Superman and The Flash!