"Spanning over one thousand years, and three parallel stories, The Fountain is a story of love, death, spirituality, and the fragility of our existence in this world" as written on imdb google search. Directed by Darren Aronofsky starring Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz.
You bet the film is a mind bending experience. And the fact that Kent Williams illustrating the graphic novel adaptation (published by DC/Vertigo) is like a dream come true. And this is my take on the theme for last week.
Here we gooooo -- so this week's topic (as chosen by Karen :) was "any character from a Huge Ackman Hugh Jackman movie". For an extra challenge, I did my best to stay clear of Wolverine/Weapon X, so I went with Van Helsing instead. I haven't seen the movie, but it was a pretty fun character to draw. :)
Another signature landing of Major Zombie... right on the side of the Orang Mutan's face!
Orang Mutan was an idea that I had for a side villain in my previous Major Zombie story. It was basically a pumped-up-mutant-cyborg's version of Orang Utan. Unfortunately, the character didn't make it into the pages because the character required lot of pages (even the character itself occupied lot of space on a page). So we scraped the idea, and I never get to spend time visualizing it on paper.
After having the idea of him floating around for a while, well this is (sort of...) how I imagine the Orang Mutan would be.
WOOOT! I've wanted to draw Major Zombie coming in for a landing ever since I saw it in a Major Zombie comic book. The trademark landing pose is a classic and I hope I did it justice here. Click for a larger version.
Major Zombie is a Malaysian comic book created by Lefty of Gilamon Studio and you can find out more about the comic and it's awesome cast of characters by checking out MajorZombie.com and the Major Zombie Facebook page
I have to admit that I am truly ignorant about The Authority Universe. I have seen them around, but I never actually had the chance to read them. However, I stumbled upon this story when Keith Giffen, Alan Grant & Simon Bisley did Lobo/The Authority: Holiday Hell crossover special. One of the oddest, funniest and bloodiest story I've ever read. In this issue, Jenny Quantum (the successor of late Jenny Sparks) was a walking talking toddler that believed Lobo The Main Man have killed Santa Claus.
Jenny Quantum went head to head with the Main Man, guess who's kicking who's butt? Guess again...