Thursday, November 19, 2009

Monday, November 16, 2009

For Rifqa






















Here are some older images which I've tweaked for the Rifqa Barry Rally today. The top one is being shown at the rally by a friend of mine, Butte Metz, below, who suggested adding the appropriate words in white to the image.





You can send Rifqa a Christmas card here:


Rifqa Bary c/o

Franklin County Child Services

855 W. Mound

Columbus, OH 43223

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Let's Be FRANK



....about The Enemy
Frank Warner aka Pigman in a frank moment from my graphic novel The Infidel

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Monday, November 02, 2009

Mohammad, the MOvie, Director's Cut..(...Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut......

From this story about the Mohammad Movie which "In accordance with Islamic law, the prophet will not actually be depicted on screen." Makes as much sense as Islam. Mohammad's sword will likely make the cut....of the film that is. And in full dhimmitude, the filmmaker is out to "educate people about the true meaning of Islam". In other words, this latest non-Muslim bitch of Islam will cut the guts out of the true meaning of Islam. And in doing so, helping Islam continue its true agenda through its most devout followers, through false pretenses.

The Infidel: Stages





















A look at some of the stages I go through to get to my final page design. It all starts in pencil on newsprint paper, then on to tracing paper, where I make up to a dozen rough sketches in pen and marker until it gets to a point where I'm ready to transfer it to bristol board paper.

For new visitors:

This is a page design from my upcoming graphic novel, The Infidel. It's of Killian Duke, the cartoonist hero of my story, who creates the Pigman superhero character after 9/11. I currently have available a collection of my blog work promoting The Infidel, which includes a number of essays on the threat we face, called ProPiganda: Drawing the Line Against Jihad, which mainly features Pigman ripping into the enemy in word and deed. Here's how I break down The Infidel:

A story about twin brothers, Killian Duke and Salaam Duka, whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. Killian responds to the attacks by creating a counter-jihad superhero comic book called Pigman, as Salaam surrenders to Islam and becomes a Born Again Muslim, following the faith to wherever it leads him. The Pigman story is the comic book within the graphic novel that's a super echo of the main story.

Here's a look from ProPiganda at The Majors in The Infidel



So thanks for visiting, take a look around and leave your thoughts.