Solomon Stone: Now In Two Dimensions!
That's right: I'm squeezing yet another update out of this.
Anyway, when properly focused, the ISB's readership--an army numbering in the high dozens--is not unlike a laser, and with the tremendous response I've gotten to the turgid prose of Chapter 14: Deadly is the Hydra, it should come as no surprise that some of my more artistically-minded readers have taken it upon themselves to offer up illustrations of the World's Most Radical Action Hero.
First up, we've got Matthew Smith with an animated-style piece that features both Solomon's radical skateboard skills and a devastating Cromartie-esque pompadour:
That would've been enough to make my day, but then I recieved an email from EKN, who offers up a sketch of the cover art from the forthcoming Solomon Stone graphic novel adaptation, which scores untold bonus points for including Minxy Flatbush:
It's the beginning of a media empire. I can feel it.
The same day that I got the first Solomon Stone art, I also recieved a message from Steve, which included the following sketch of me as MODOK.
For the record, I don't actually have glasses, a lightning bolt-shaped soul patch, or a pipe (let alone a pipe that emits Kirby Krackle), but it's based on the default picture on my MySpace Page is the same one I use for the Relatively Serious Comics Reviews graphic. And also, it is totally awesome.
On the off chance that you're not sick of the crayons yet, I've lent my highly dubious "talents" to Adam Ford's Monkey Punch Dinosaur! For those of you unfamiliar, yes. It is exactly what it sounds like.