[And] when I draw the character [Superman], I put the 'S' on last, because that's the thing that defines him and empowers him. Without it, he's just another superhero with a cape. But when you put the 'S' symbol on, it raises him to an iconic level.
I posted the Alex Ross-designed Superman figure from DC's Kingdom Come series, might as well post Frank Miller's Dark Knight from the graphic novel "The Dark Knight Returns". I read…
Superman, the Man of Steel. The Man of Tomorrow. The Last Son of Krypton.
As a child Superman was the very first superhero I ever attached myself to, and the very first character that I can draw.
Every child who ever lay their eyes on him will always be in awe. I know I’ve seen them in the eyes of my own nephews and nieces. (more…)