Yours capture heart and feeling more than the others. The others are just a collection of lines and colors but looking at that chobits O’Malley piece, you captured his art style and a warm moment between a boy and his weird girl robot. That’s what makes yours the best to me…
I was going to make a clever observation about some unexpected similarities I’d noticed between CLAMP’s Chobits and Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim, but then I started noticing so many of them that I had to just lie down for a while.
The 7 Craziest Comics of Bob Haney: From JFK Shapeshifters to Satanic Nazies
In a career that spanned five decades, Haney’s contributions to the DC Universe included co-creating the Teen Titans, Metamorpho and Eclipso and a long run as the writer of The Brave and the Bold, working with artists like Neal Adams and the incredible Jim Aparo.
I can’t believe they didn’t include the Teen Titans story where a radio DJ who’s orbiting the earth in a satellite as a promotional stunt gets held up at gunpoint by an alien who’s plotting to shrink and then steal the world’s greatest manmade monuments! That one’s my favorite!
A commission for Schnopszilla of, to quote from his original message, “Mr. Mxyzptlk and Ms. Gsptlsnz walking together on a road in the 5th dimension walking fat, round, floating, air-breathing pet fish Superman and Lois Lane (I figure in the 5th dimension fish would breathe air and be the equivalent of man’s best friend)”.