As an artist, as I design and lay out a page, the less-important things, things I want you to spend less time looking at, I draw them very small, maybe even silhouette them. The more-important pivotal scenes, I draw them larger, maybe even a double-page spread.
Al Plastino helped redefine Superman in the 1950s. His work on Supermans Girlfriend, Lois Lane, Adventure Comics and pretty much any title in the Superman family will be fondly remembered for years to come. He will be missed.
One of the most difficult things for any artist to do is create a world that looks both completely alien yet real and possible.
I'm really trying to focus on the storytelling, more so than ever before I think, partly because it makes for easier pages.
Not everyone reads comics, although most people know the major superheroes, but the majority of people play video games.
There was something special and unique about the love triangle that existed between Clark Kent, Superman and Lois Lane.
Creating and producing creative work, to me, those are all happy accidents.
I have a tendency to do the epic kind of long shot and put in everything that you need to know. And that's by design; that's the kind of approach I take to it.
No true fan wants to go to Comic-Con and get assaulted with a marketing blitz about just any old show.
I rarely draw myself, in general, and if I do, I tend to do little cute manga-esque, almost bite-sized drawings of myself.
Alasdair Fraser's Culburnie Records has quietly become one of the best Celtic music labels today.
There's also a lot of punch you get from doing an extreme closeup and have it just be that image with nothing around it. There's a clarity and precision and impact there that you sometimes lose if you put everything else in that background.
There was a real sophistication and elegance to (Batman: The Animated Series). It certainly appealed to kids but had a depth that really made it fascinating and interesting to watch for adult fans. I think visually, it was stylistically stunning.
[Superman and Lois are] kindred spirits, and they always choose to do the right thing.
Lois pursues the truth no matter what sort of adversity faces her. I think Superman sees that, and it's the same moral compass that he has from the Kents.
I really want to try to explore the characters from angles you've never seen and keep them classic and iconic.
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