Lee Bermejo is a professional illustrator and comic book artist. He has done work for Marvel and DC Comics, Men's Health, Max Mara, Top Cow productions, Wizard Entertainment, and a crappy film called Ultraviolet (hey,whaddayagonnado). Talking about himself in the third person makes him feel more important than he really is. Anyway, enough about the blogger, let's talk art!
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Done for the 75th anniversary of Superman. This is an homage to the great Josè Garcia-Lopez, one of the greatest cartoonists in the business. Guy is just a monster of a draftsman. Even tried to keep his color scheme somewhat...
Posted by L.J. Bermejo at 2:59 AM 1 comment:
Monday, May 6, 2013
Fought the urge to go the 'creepy Michael Jackson' route with this one. Wanted to do something that reminded me of the Michael Jackson I loved as a kid. To my naive, 6 year old mind, MJ was the height of cool. He lived in a foggy world of neon with sidewalks that lit up beneath his steps and moved in a way no other human could... RIP
Posted by L.J. Bermejo at 3:18 AM 1 comment:
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