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So I picked up Avengelyne #1 from a bargain bin during SIS14. For a book that’s arguably a 90’s “bad girl” book Avengelyne is more like a sword wielding Belldandy than Xena. Decided to take a little break from comic pages and commissions and draw something completely different.

I never lived through the extreme 90’s foil cover era so the thing is a pretty neat artifact in either way.

Manga Studio, Photoshop.

In Case You Missed It! - A Round-Up of All the News That Mattered on December 14-15th, 2011

Features

  1. Exclusive Preview: House of Night #3
  2. Multiversity’s Advent Calendar Day Fourteen: Santa the Barbarian #1
  3. Buffyversity: Buffy Season Nine #4
  4. 2011 in Review: Best Artist
  5. Art of the Week (12/14/2011)
  6. Longbox Diving: Amazing Spider-Man #300
  7. Multiversity Comics Presents: Ben McCool, Nate Cosby and the First Arc of Pigs! (With Exclusive Preview)
  8. Multiversity’s Advent Calendar Day Fifteen: Wolverine #49
  9. Best of 2011: Best Writer

Reviews

  1. Uncanny X-Force #18
  2. The Ray #1
  3. Avengers: X-Sanction #1
  4. The Strain #1
  5. My Greatest Adventure #3

News

  1. Archaia’s TALE OF SAND Is Absolutely Beautiful and Full of Henson (Preview)
  2. Joe Hill Shares Details About End of Locke & Key on Twitter
  3. RIP Joe Simon, Co-Creator of Captain America
Liefeld's Avengelyne Film Has Its Heroine

Given how hot comic book properties are right now, I’m not surprised Rob Liefeld is jumping into the fray. Honestly, I’m surprised he waited so long given how many titles he has to his name.  Just in time to start promoting the movie at San Diego Comic-Con, Liefeld has announced that he is currently working to bring an Avengelyne movie to the big screen – and he already has a star.  Avengelyne, Rob Liefeld’s 1995 Maximum Press title about a gifted angelic warrior defending Earth from the hordes of Hell, will feature noted mixed martial artist turned action star Gina Carano as the titular heroine.  In fact, fans at SDCC can track down Rob and Gina, who will be promoting the film with posters featuring Carano as the heroine.  

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