Jason Martian Artist/Illustrator

Today’s DailyDoodle is a crayon caricature from yesterday’s family get together. It’s been a while.

Today’s DailyDoodle is a crayon caricature from yesterday’s family get together. It’s been a while.

Revving my engines for Inktober with this Jake Parker-esque car DailyDoodle

Revving my engines for Inktober with this Jake Parker-esque car DailyDoodle

Here’s another FlipToon Daily Doodle for you. “Gone Fishing”

Ok, this Daily Doodle animation is strange, but I did miss yesterday’s Surreal Sunday.

Ok, this Daily Doodle animation is strange, but I did miss yesterday’s Surreal Sunday.

The FINAL EPISODE RiffTrax: Batman Victorious is NOW AVAILABLE! Here is the poster I designed for it.

The suspense is thick, and everyone’s wondering: who will prevail and be victorious? Will it be the nefarious Wizard or — wait, oh come on, it’s right there in the stupid title! That’d be like titling the Seinfeld finale “They wind up in jail” or the Lost finale “Don’t bother watching.”
One thing the title doesn’t give away is the identity of the Wizard, most likely because the writers of the serial didn’t get around to deciding who that would be until they started shooting the final scenes of this episode. Is it the old occasionally-in-a-wheelchair guy? Or occasionally-in-a-wheelchair guy’s butler? Convenient-provider-of-exposition radio guy? Vicki Vale’s dead brother, who everybody seems to have completely forgotten about, including her? I think we all know the real answer: Gabe. Gabe, you beautiful mastermind, you’ve been pulling the strings all along! Bless you, sweet prince.
No matter how it turns out, one thing’s for certain: after the Wizard, Batman never faced another enemy again and Gotham City lived in peace and prosperity forever.
Available at: www.rifftrax.com/shorts/batman-victorious-episode-15 

The FINAL EPISODE RiffTrax: Batman Victorious is NOW AVAILABLE! Here is the poster I designed for it.

The suspense is thick, and everyone’s wondering: who will prevail and be victorious? Will it be the nefarious Wizard or — wait, oh come on, it’s right there in the stupid title! That’d be like titling the Seinfeld finale “They wind up in jail” or the Lost finale “Don’t bother watching.”

One thing the title doesn’t give away is the identity of the Wizard, most likely because the writers of the serial didn’t get around to deciding who that would be until they started shooting the final scenes of this episode. Is it the old occasionally-in-a-wheelchair guy? Or occasionally-in-a-wheelchair guy’s butler? Convenient-provider-of-exposition radio guy? Vicki Vale’s dead brother, who everybody seems to have completely forgotten about, including her? I think we all know the real answer: Gabe. Gabe, you beautiful mastermind, you’ve been pulling the strings all along! Bless you, sweet prince.

No matter how it turns out, one thing’s for certain: after the Wizard, Batman never faced another enemy again and Gotham City lived in peace and prosperity forever.

Available at: www.rifftrax.com/shorts/batman-victorious-episode-15 

Working on some material for SCBWI Illustrator’s Day, this should be a lot of fun!

Working on some material for SCBWI Illustrator’s Day, this should be a lot of fun!

RiffTrax, Batman VS. The Wizard is NOW AVAILABLE! Here is the poster I designed for it.
In episode 182* of the Batman serial, The World’s Greatest Detective, star of Detective Comics, is forced to do some actual Detective Work! The Wizard has been shot in the hand and in a twist that would make the writers of even the worst Scooby-Doo episodes, the ones with Scooby-Dum, shake their heads in disgust, every other suspect in Gotham has also suffered a mysterious hand wound!
Oh, they all have their excuses: “I caught it on barbed wire.” “I snagged it on one of my mantraps.” “Gabe challenged me to Mumbly Peg.” “I hit the ‘stop’ button on my remote so emphatically during Episode 13 that it exploded, causing the injury.” So it’s up to Batman to do the trademark detective work that only he is capable of, namely, attempting to tell the difference between a barbed wire wound and a bullet hole.
Will Batman be able to make this distinction? We have our doubts. We’re frankly not sure he’s been able to see a damn thing out of that mask throughout the entire serial. Join Mike, Kevin, and Bill for the penultimate entry in the Batman serial saga: Batman Vs. The Wizard!
*I’m sorry, we’re being told this is actually just episode 14. We apologize for the entirely reasonable mistake.
Available at: www.rifftrax.com/shorts/batman-vs-wizard-episode-14

RiffTrax, Batman VS. The Wizard is NOW AVAILABLE! Here is the poster I designed for it.

In episode 182* of the Batman serial, The World’s Greatest Detective, star of Detective Comics, is forced to do some actual Detective Work! The Wizard has been shot in the hand and in a twist that would make the writers of even the worst Scooby-Doo episodes, the ones with Scooby-Dum, shake their heads in disgust, every other suspect in Gotham has also suffered a mysterious hand wound!

Oh, they all have their excuses: “I caught it on barbed wire.” “I snagged it on one of my mantraps.” “Gabe challenged me to Mumbly Peg.” “I hit the ‘stop’ button on my remote so emphatically during Episode 13 that it exploded, causing the injury.” So it’s up to Batman to do the trademark detective work that only he is capable of, namely, attempting to tell the difference between a barbed wire wound and a bullet hole.

Will Batman be able to make this distinction? We have our doubts. We’re frankly not sure he’s been able to see a damn thing out of that mask throughout the entire serial. Join Mike, Kevin, and Bill for the penultimate entry in the Batman serial saga: Batman Vs. The Wizard!

*I’m sorry, we’re being told this is actually just episode 14. We apologize for the entirely reasonable mistake.

Available at: www.rifftrax.com/shorts/batman-vs-wizard-episode-14

Monday has a face! Ogre? Goblin? Orc?

Monday has a face!

Ogre? Goblin? Orc
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ERMAGERD! TWO RELEASES FROM RIFFTRAX THIS WEEK???  Yup, you erma-herd right!

doodling hands over coffee

doodling hands over coffee