This week, Sketch Dailies has been showcasing various Darkwing Duck Fan Art just in time for DW’s 25th anniversary.
Trying to pump out more DW art, I thought I’d add one more piece to that ever-growing trend.
This time, it parodies a famous drawing from Will Eisner’s The Spirit.
It was a year ago that Avatar: The Legend of Korra ended with one of the biggest reveals in TV animation: Korrasami being canon.
As a fan of Legend of Korra myself, I was surprised that it was revealed that Korra and Asami were bisexual– and now with a new comic book line coming out by Dark Horse Comics soon, I’m really excited to see where this goes.
And so, to help fan the flames within the fandom– I thought I’d contribute some fan art myself.
Recently, I contributed this Star Wars parody comic strip for an indie comic, called SPAZ comics (3rd issue).
I was inspired by the "How It Should Have Ended" web series and thought of a perfect scenario of how Star Wars: The Force Awakens should have ended (even though I did not see the film yet (though I plan to)).
SPAZ comics is a comedy comic book series created by a friend of mine, Rik Sansone, whose also an editorial cartoonist.
You can find more of his work right here: