Thomas N. Perkins IV Presents: "IF..."

Thomas N. Perkins IV Presents: "IF..."
Hey Folks! I am proud to announce that my new art book “IF…” is now available at!shop/zhczs ! via “From the mind of Emmy® Award winning artist Thomas N. Perkins IV comes an all new collection of aliens, mythological beasts and bootleg super heroes in "IF…”. This hardcover book has 94 jam-packed pages of eye bending illustrations leaping from every page with a foreword by The Book of Life director Jorge R. Gutierrez.“ Cheers!

Monday, August 24, 2015

What If: The Erik Lehnsherr School for Gifted Youngsters...

Analyzing a looming threat...
She-Hulk, Cyclops and Magneto analyze schematics from S.H.I.E.L.D.'s newest and most troubling weapon against the Mutants from their base in the Erik Lehnsherr School for Gifted Youngsters...

Training Day...
Cyclops and his mentor, Wolverine, from the Erik Lehnsherr School for Gifted Youngsters

Mutant Freedom Fighter...
Cyclops, a student from the Erik Lehnsherr School for Gifted Youngsters leaps into action to save innocents from the Sentinel Menace...

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Lunchtime Scribbling - The Marvel Comics Edition Part 2

Lunchtime Scribble 8/15/15 - Doctor Strange

Lunchtime Scribble 8/15/15 - Deathlok Agent of Hydra

Lunchtime Scribble 8/15/15 - The Leader

Lunchtime Scribble 8/15/15 - The Super Skrull

Random Fandom: 8-Man

Random Fandom: 8-Man

(Via Wikipedia)

8 Man (8マン?) or Eightman (エイトマン Eitoman?) is a manga and anime superhero created in 1963 by science fiction writer Kazumasa Hirai and manga artist Jiro Kuwata. He is considered Japan's earliest cyborg superhero, predating even Kamen Rider (the same year, Shotaro Ishinomori created Cyborg 009), and was supposedly the inspiration for RoboCop.

The manga was published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine and ran from 1963 to 1966. The anime series, produced by Eiken with the TCJ Animation Center, was broadcast on Tokyo Broadcasting System, and ran from November 17, 1963 to December 31, 1964, with a total of 56 episodes (plus the "farewell" special episode, "Goodbye, Eightman").

Friday, August 14, 2015

Lunchtime Scribbling - The Marvel Comics Edition Part 1

Lunchtime Scribble 8/12/15 - Wolverine

Lunchtime Scribble 8/13/15 - Deathlok

Lunchtime Scribble 8/14/15 - Jack of Hearts

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Enter The Conundrum Clown

The Bootleg Adventures Of Kryptoknight And The Blue Bat: Enter The Conundrum Clown.....

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Monday, February 16, 2015

World's Finest.... or The Dynamic Duo I always wished to see!

Metamorpho, the Element Man, debuted in The Brave and the Bold #57 (January 1965).[1] As first conceived, Metamorpho was a parody of the fantastic characters that populated comic books in the 1960s.[2] Artist Ramona Fradon was coaxed out of maternity-retirement to illustrate Metamorpho's first appearances.

Ultra the Multi-Alien was a science fiction superhero featured in comics published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Mystery in Space #103 (1965), pushing out Adam Strange and Space Ranger from that title. He was created by writer Dave Wood and artist Lee Elias.

Identity Crisis for Joseph Meach

Joseph Meach a.k.a. The Composite Super man first appeared in World's Finest Comics #142 in 1964.

In terms of abilities and raw power, the Joseph Meach version of Composite Superman was one of the most powerful enemies Superman and Batman ever faced. He had all of Superman's powers, but to a far greater degree, derived from Supergirl and the similarly-powered Mon-El and Ultra Boy. The Composite Superman also possessed numerous special powers, derived from various Legion members:

The ability to grow to giant size (Colossal Boy)
The ability to shrink (Shrinking Violet)
The ability to divide into 3 people (Triplicate Girl)
The ability to fire lightning bolts (Lightning Lad)
The ability to generate heat and light (Sun Boy)
The ability to make things super-lightweight (Light Lass)
The ability to make things super-heavy (Star Boy)
The ability to consume absolutely anything (Matter-Eater Lad)
The ability to turn invisible (Invisible Kid)
The ability to inflate into a large ball (Bouncing Boy)
The ability to stretch any part of his body (Elastic Lad)
The ability to shapeshift (Chameleon Boy)
Telepathy (Saturn Girl)
12th level intelligence (Brainiac 5)
Magnetic powers (Cosmic Boy)
X-ray vision that could see through anything, even lead (Ultra Boy)
The ability to transmute elements (Element Lad)
The ability to phase through solid matter (Phantom Girl)

Super Peer Pressure from the 30th Century...

The Legion of Super Heroes first appears in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958), and was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.

What you lookin' at, Freak?

Shop Talk...

Sunday, January 04, 2015

Bedtime Scribble: Tokusatsu Mutants...

A wee bit of amalgamated cross genre silliness.... that I would totally read!