Saturday, March 14, 2015

Bully and His Pals: Meeting Pink Bunny and Grey Rabbit!

I got to meet my very dear internet friends Pink Bunny and Grey Rabbit today! Hooray for new (and fuzzy) pals!

We met and ate at the delicious Meatball Shop in New York City, and for dessert I shared an ice cream sammich with Shelly T. Otter!

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 73: Great ponytails of the Star Wars Universe

Panels from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #28 (May 2008), script by John Jackson Miller, pencils by Scott Hepburn, inks by Dan Parsons, colors by Michael Atiyeh, letters by Michael Heisler

Friday, March 13, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 72: Tip Your Space-Waitress

Panels from Star Wars: Mara Jade #4 (November 1998), script by Timothy Zahn, pencils and inks by Carlos Ezquerra, colors by James Sinclair, letters by Michael Taylor

Thursday, March 12, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 71: Who's your daddy? Is he Sith like me?

Panels from "First Impressions" in Star War Tales #15 (March 2003), script by Nathan Walker, pencils and inks by Kilian Plunkett, colors by Dave Nestelle, letters by Steve Dutro

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 70: Brokebacking is not a viable lightsaber battle defense

Panel from Star Wars: Jedi: Aayla Secura one-shot (August 2003), script by John Ostrander, pencils by Jan Duursema, inks by Dan Parsons, colors by Brad Anderson, letters by Sno Cone Studios

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 69: Even flipped left-to-right Jar Jar is annoying

Panels from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Manga #1 (December 1999); script, pencils, and inks by Kia Asamiya; letters by Tom Orzechowski

Monday, March 09, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 68: Hold me closer, tiny Yoda

It's clear that Al Williamson and Carlos Garzon had the script and decent photo reference of the actors and characters when they drew the comic book adaptation of The Empire Strikes Back:

Panels from Star Wars #42 (1977 Marvel series) (December 1980), script by Archie Goodwin, pencils and inks by Al Williamson and Carlos Garzon, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by Rick Veitch

But they might not have had any notes on character height or any photos of Yoda and Luke together:

Sunday, March 08, 2015

365 Days of Star Wars Comics, Day 67: The long-lost Jack Chick Star Wars comic

Panels from Contemporary Motivators: Star Wars (Pendulum Press, 1978), script by by Linda A. Cadrain, pencils and inks by Charles Nicholas

Page from an "easy-to-read" adaptation of Episode IV. Notable for its early appearance in the Star Wars Universe of Joel Robinson, Tom Servo, and Crow T. Robot: