The Doctor’s Wife
Finally unveiling my tribute to a very moving episode of our beloved Doctor Who!
A departure in style from my other Dr Who pieces, which are very children’s book-y, rather than this more traditional fantasy illustration.
You can get one here, in various sizes: my shop.
If you’re going to San Diego Comic Con, come see me! I’ll have this print and many more, plus my brand new comic!
Comic Cards Project: Day 2 • Black Canary
Black Canary was a character created in the 1940s with a look based on the actress Veronica Lake. In the late 40s and early 50s superheroes fell out of favor and their stories were no longer published. But like a lot of the old characters, Black Canary was revived in the 1960s. I first discovered her when I was 10 in the first DC comic I ever read which reprinted one of her 1940s adventures. I liked her right away—which probably says more about what kind of 10-year-old I was than anything else. (Did I mention that in her secret identity she was a florist?) Trivia: the character was designed by future DC Comics publisher Carmine Infantino when he was 20 years old!
Illustrating one playing card a day using characters found between 1957-1967 in DC Comics. Another post tomorrow!
I think she should be the Queen of Spades, but okay…
I’ve really gone and done it this time, I’m afraid.
For obvious reasons.
The manipulation and colouring is all mine.
This is beautiful. GREAT manip.
I did rather wonder if Elisabeth Sladen had still been alive, if she’d have been cast as The Moment and we’ve have gotten Billie some other way… and yet Bad Wolf/Rose Tyler/The Moment was sooo effective, and yet my fanfictiony brain winds around how cool having a familiar face in that role would have worked very well, too…