I was a kid when Apocalypse first appeared in the pages of X-Factor.
He was such a simple bad guy back then: morphing, stretching, some experimenting, and world domination planning…
Ah, the good ol’ days….
Drawn with Copic, Pigma Micron, and Tria markers.
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A commission I did for Travis E. See his posting on ComicArtFans.
Interested in getting a commission? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the waiting list. After I finish off the current list of commissions, I will open the commission queue back up and send out an email to those on the waiting list with all the updated commission info (price, size, etc). Thanks!
When I first started reading comics as a kid, I started in the middle of the Marvel SuperHeroes Secret Wars (issues #7-9).
That’s where I discovered Spider-Woman. My first thought was “Who is this lady?!? She doesn’t look like the red one from the cartoon!”
But I kept reading and didn’t let that slow me down. I’d later learn who was who and didn’t let two Spider-Women throw me.
I guess she’s called Arachne now. But to me, she’ll always be Secret Wars Spider-Woman!
Drawn with Copic, Pigma Micron, TRIA, and Sharpie markers, with WhiteOut.