Showing posts with label Photoshop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photoshop. Show all posts

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Based on my favorite gag from the Rifftrax Live show tonight....

What's the one place more dangerous for John McClane to go than Harlem with a sign that says he doesn't like black people? This...



Tuesday, March 22, 2011

So what did I do at All-Con this past weekend?



First, the inspiration.





Next, the preliminary step.





And finally, the dream made reality.





Photoshopping by Yours Truly.
Special Thanks To Neither Noir for the amazing pictures!

Thursday, February 21, 2008

This one is for Chris Sims.

I've never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Sims, but based on his writing I get the feeling we would either be old friends who just met or there would be a massive explosion of pure smart-ass geek goodness akin to the movie Timecop. And if you don't need that reference explained, odds are you are one of us too. Because we are both fans of a genre that can only be called "Cheesy Movies".

Cheesy movies, for the record, can be big-budget blockbusters, shlock-cinema B-movies or obscure Indy flicks. The common ingredient is all of these movies are entertaining if not of particularly high quality or entertaining for the reasons intended by the director and actors.

Yes, I am one of those who am more familiar with the works of Roger Corman than Orson Wells. I don't own a copy of Casablanca but I do own a copy of Hell Comes To Frogtown. I seek out the stuff that was almost made for Rifftrax and Cinematic Titanic and watch it without the company of Mike Nelson to keep me close to what we will charitably call "sane".

Mr. Sims, in addition to being a fan of comics as well as a scholar and a gentleman, shares my fondness for cinematic cheese as evidenced by his reviews of such films as Cheerleader Ninjas and Yo-Yo Girl Cop.

On the odd chance you're one of the few who reads my contributions to the cultural zeitgeist and have never, despite my direct link, visited the domain of one Chris Sims, now is a good week to expose yourself to Chris's Invincible Super Blog.

Why? Because it is Bring It On Week. And lest you think this be a slam on that noble series of films which has nothing to recommend it other than positive messages and barely legal actresses playing jail-bait cheerleaders washing cars... well, you're going to be disappointed.

With that in mind, I have made a mock movie poster based on my title entry for Mr. Sims' Bring-It-Ontest! to come up with a title for the next direct-to-video Bring It On Sequel.



You Thought You They Were Done With 300 Parodies.


You Thought They Stopped Making Saturday Night Live Movies.


You Thought They Were Done Bringing It On.



YOU THOUGHT WRONG!



This Summer... Three Genres Will Join To Bring It On As One!




Monday, February 18, 2008

Carrying the torch...

Because I don't have the stamina to mock Judd Winick books in this kind of detail anymore, my former editor has taken up the torch.





Glad to see I'm not the only one who thought Dinah looked AND sounded like a Stepford Wife this time around.

The full thing is up at: http://lysad.blogspot.com/2008/02/green-arrow-black-canary-5.html

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Looking To The Stars - Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux - Part Three

















The Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux is a critique/satire published by ComicsNexus.com, and is not intended maliciously. ComicsNexus.com has invented all names and situations in its stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental, or used as a fictional depiction or personality parody (permitted under Hustler Magazine v. Fallwell, 485 US 46, 108 S.Ct 876, 99 L.Ed.2d 41 (1988)). ComicsNexus.com makes no representation as to the truth or accuracy of the preceding information.

Looking To The Stars - Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux - Part Two








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The Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux is a critique/satire published by ComicsNexus.com, and is not intended maliciously. ComicsNexus.com has invented all names and situations in its stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental, or used as a fictional depiction or personality parody (permitted under Hustler Magazine v. Fallwell, 485 US 46, 108 S.Ct 876, 99 L.Ed.2d 41 (1988)). ComicsNexus.com makes no representation as to the truth or accuracy of the preceding information.

Looking To The Stars - Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux - Part One

In ancient times, I did write parodies of particularly bad comics.

Today, taking inspiration from the format of The Editing Room as well as the numerous comic-book redubs created by the amazing Christopher Bird of mightygodking.com, I have taken the next step in continuing my own tradition as well as evolving the artform of comic book satire.

With that in mind, I hope you enjoy this presentation of Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 - free of all the pretentions of the original author and artist.


















The Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 Redeux is a critique/satire published by ComicsNexus.com, and is not intended maliciously. ComicsNexus.com has invented all names and situations in its stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental, or used as a fictional depiction or personality parody (permitted under Hustler Magazine v. Fallwell, 485 US 46, 108 S.Ct 876, 99 L.Ed.2d 41 (1988)). ComicsNexus.com makes no representation as to the truth or accuracy of the preceding information.