Aprovecho de una vez para anunciar que ésta es la última tira de ésta temporada de Jueves de Viñeta, pero igual está padre, porque este domingo comienza Inktober, y en Instagram estaré subiendo un dibujo diario! Y cada semana estaré subiendo todos acá en Tumblr.
Así que si queremos ver diario mi trabajo, síganme como @un_maty!!!
A follow up to this one, I did the Flash rogues this time haha. It takes a lot longer than I would think to just doodle these morons (mostly due to the complex outfits and all), but it was fun to draw. Wizzie is a mix of his new 52 and old designs.
(Please do not use any part of this picture without permission, thanks!!)
THE FLASH #36 Written by JOSHUA WILLIAMSON Art by HOWARD PORTER Cover by BARRY KITSON Variant cover by HOWARD PORTER Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details. “A Cold Day in Hell” part one! When one of The Flash’s Rogues is murdered inside Iron Heights prison, Barry Allen throws himself deep into the case, still reeling from the turmoil of his personal life! But when the clues begin to reveal an even greater conspiracy at work, The Flash soon discovers Iron Heights’ deadliest secret… On sale DECEMBER 13 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
THE FLASH #37 Written by JOSHUA WILLIAMSON Art by HOWARD PORTER Cover by BARRY KITSON Variant cover by HOWARD PORTER Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details. “A Cold Day in Hell” part two! The new crime lord of Central City has been revealed…and it’s worse than The Flash ever imagined! Betrayed by a former friend and trapped in Iron Heights prison with no escape in sight—will The Flash be too late to save his city from disaster? On sale DECEMBER 27 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Escaping a prison transport by leaping from the window, Mark Mardon fled to his brother’s house only to find him dead. Mardon’s brother, Clyde, a scientist, had just discovered a way to control the weather before dying of a heart attack. Mardon took Clyde’s notes and used them to make a wand to generate weather and embarked on a criminal career as The Weather Wizard. Weather Wizard originally wielded a wand that enabled him to control weather patterns. Weather Wizard has used it to produce blizzards, summon lightning bolts, fly using air currents, produce fog and generate winds. Essentially Weather Wizard can produce any type of weather pattern imaginable, as well as other phenomenon such as tornadoes. He first appeared in Flash #110 (October 20, 1959).
Just something silly and simple. This bee thing actually happened last weekend when mom took me to market (at the central square in next city) and while we walked there, this bee came straight at us and trust me, in Finland bees go inside at cold weather. They become aggressive and they are confused so they come at you and sting you. I told it to leave or I will hit it with my Raphael (2014) tote bag and it left, ahaha :’D Last pic is a little bonus ;)