1. Panel from a page I worked on. Pencils/inks by Dan Panosian, digital painting/colors by me.

     
  2. The first issue of the new comic I’m working on for DC Comics comes out today. It’s called G.I. Combat. Go out and buy some copies.

     
  3. comicbookcovers:

    Captain America #30, October 2004, cover by Dave Johnson

    Hey, hey!  I colored this issue!

     
  4. You know the drill.  Go out and snag some copies.  Man, i’m gonna miss working on Ghost Rider….

     
  5. Ghost Rider #7 out next week.  Had a blast working over Lee Garbett’s pencils.  Here’s an online preview.  Be a mensch and go snag a copy or two……. or 10.

    Ghost Rider #7 preview

     
  6. Ghost Rider #6 came out today.  These are my favorite 2 panels that I worked on in that issue. Hit your local comic shop and grab an issue. Thanks.

     
  7. Some of my work coming out this week.  First up, a Jonah Hex trade:  Written by JUSTIN GRAY and JIMMY PALMIOTTI; Art by JORDI BERNET, EDUARDO RISSO, NELSON and FIONA STAPLES; Cover by JORDI BERNET.

    Jonah Hex has a wife? Find out in these tales from issues #61-67, including a tale illustrated by Eisner Award winner Eduardo Risso (100 BULLETS). 160pgs.  Softcover.  $17.99 US.  On Sale November 30, 2011

    Secondly, issue #6 of Ghost Rider.  Go snag some copies.  Thanks!

     
  8. Since my dashboard is blowing up today with “likes” and “reblogs” of Ghost Rider and Lee Garbett’s awesome pencils… I thought you might like a sneak peek at a panel I just finished in the next issue of Ghost Rider that I’m working on with him.  Creeeeeepy….  

    Enjoy!

     
  9. Ghost Rider #5 out today. Drop a few shekels, pick one up and help support some fine artists, including myself.  Thank you in advance.

     

  10. emceeghost:

    The anatomy of a FEMALE Ghost Rider

    or

    How I learned to to like the fact that yes, she has breasts/boobs

    Designing a new character or a redesign of a character is always tough. First you need to make them there own and distinct look. Plus you have to give them touches of character that…