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Havok

February 25th, 2010 1 comment

Havok sketchGotta say, I miss this costume Havok originally wore. I think his power signature with the circles play off the black suit in ways that are fun and challenging to draw.

Never understood the head ornamentation. But he made it his.

Havok was a part of my favorite team of X-Men back when I was in high school. The Outback X-Men team was Wolverine, Colossus (stuck in metal form), Havok, Longshot, Dazzler, Psylocke (pre-ninja), Rogue, and (the newly re-powered) Storm.

Maybe I’ll try to draw that team sometime.

See the inked version of Havok on my DeviantArt page and Facebook FanPage.

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition + Marvel = Dude! That’s MY Art!

February 21st, 2010 No comments
Super Heroes #1 variant cover

Super Heroes #1 variant cover

Hello and welcome!

If you watched Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on Sunday, February 21 starring KISS as they joined the EM:HE team to help out the Wagstaff family, then you probably saw the art I created for their son, TJ.

TJ is an aspiring young artist. I was contacted by Marvel Comics to create an original piece of art featuring TJ alongside some of Marvel’s heavy-hitters: Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor. This piece of original art was for TJ’s room along with lots of other cool Marvel stuff. But the art will also be used as a variant cover to the first issue of Marvel’ new all-ages series, Marvel Adventures Super Heroes coming out in April.

I have been a comic creator for the past 15+ years working for Marvel Comics and DC Comics. I’ve been the artist for such series as Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, Teen Titans, Young Justice, and my creator-owned series WildGuard, to name a few. Most notably, I was the artist that drew the historic and top selling Spider-Man team-up with President Obama that ran in Amazing Spider-Man #583.

I am currently continuing my work with more Spider-Man projects like Spider-Man: Clone Saga and Web of Spider-Man. Read more about my career in the ABOUT section.

You can follow me on Twitter and my Facebook Fanpage to  get updates of my next comic book conventions and store appearances, and the upcoming comic book projects I am working on.

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Elektra Commission

February 7th, 2010 No comments

Elektra sketchThis is the sketch work I did for an Elektra piece a couple of weeks ago.

This is my first time to draw Elektra. At least, that I can remember. I might’ve done an Elektra head sketch at a convention at some point. But this is the first time I spent hours crafting an Elektra piece.

Check out the inked version on my DeviantArt page.

For commission info and availability email me at mail@wildguard.com.

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Four-Teen in “The Art Heist”

February 2nd, 2010 1 comment

Four-Teen in "The Art Heist"

From the WildGuard: Casting Call trade paperback, a Hostess Fruit Pie parody starring WildGuard’s Teri Vaughn.

Teri Vaughn started off as a superhero child star. At a young age, Teri exhibited four separate powers: a super strong, near invulnerable metal form, a malleable mist form, concussive mental force bolts, and laser projection. She began as Four-Powered Girl. Then in her teen years, she took the name Four-Teen. Now she is simply known as Four as she heads up the reality TV superhero team, WildGuard.

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Wildguard, Teri Vaughn: For-Powered Girl, Four-Teen, & Four and Speeding Skull are © and ™ Todd Nauck 2010.

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