Yet another commission from New York Comic-Con 2011 – it’s Dr. Eli Malefactor by Derek Fridolfs.
And this week, here’s a second little cameo in our shared universe by the excellent John Hazard.
What do you think, heroites? Should we stage a full-fledged crossover?
For this week’s Rough Monday, I’d like to share another commission from New York Comic-Con. Here’s Parker by Mario Armando González of Wyliman fame.
I like how he incorporated the Demonicron.
This week kicks off our third storyline, “Cry, Malefactor!”, spotlighting everyone’s favorite mad scientist turned office grunt.
Hmm… looks like Dr. Malefactor has a case of the Mondays.
I’ve grown to love this fictional SH1 channel in the Hero Business universe, broadcasting all manner of vapid super-hero-related shows. I could probably do a whole storyline around the ridiculous “Superwives of Metro County.”
And thanks to my pal, James Williams, for the extra “Housewives” intel that fueled this comic.
Hot off the presses, Hero Business Collection 2 is now available at our online store.
($5.00 each) Imagine your office, bitten by a radioactive spider. That’s the Hero Business, a comic chronicling the day-to-day adventures of an agency that caters exclusively to super-heroes (and their super-egos). This issue collects the second storyline, “The All-New, All-Different Bravado,” along with six “Coffee Break” gags and an exclusive-to-print “rough draft” character page. 28 office-packed pages in all! Place Order Here.
And a special shout-out to my buddy, Frank Pittarese, whose ace editorial skills have helped tremendously in both Hero Business collections.