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Here’s an opportunity to see Pia Guerra’s pencils to Hellblazer #6 pages 2 & 3, and my finished inks.
Cover to Adventures of Superman #525. Pencils by Stuart Immonen.
A commission of The Flash done from small and rough Mike Wieringo sketch.
Flash #118 cover. Pencils by Mike Wieringo.
This is a piece I inked from a blueline printout of a Jose Luis Garcia Lopez Hawkman cover.
Final inks over John Romita’s pencils for the cover to Supergirl #80. Back in 2002, the then editor of the book called me up, and said she had a cover for me to ink, and that the penciller has specifically requested for me to ink it. “OK, so who’s the penciller?” I asked. “John Romita” […]
Pia Guerra’s pencils and my final inks to Y: The Last Man #52 page 22.
Final inks over Mike Wieringo’s pencils for a Flash T-Shirt. It’s not dated, but I believe this was in the early to mid ’90s.