Friday, October 12, 2012

Power Girl and Daredevil



This is another case where I got lucky and found a couple of images that looked like they were made for each other.  I had to do some tweaking to the building ledge and the background, but the figures worked perfectly.   I really love the clean styles of Scott Kolins and Amanda Conner and they blend together well.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Was "Blind Date" too obvious?

Ross said...

No, but I already used that title for a Thing/Tick cover.

Magic Marker said...

I think this should rank as #1 for the best cover of this entire series so far. You have it all here....technical difficulty, humor, story potential, smoothness of imaging. I'm sure some would debate it, but I argue hands down, this is the best cover you've created.

Ross said...

Thanks, MM! This is one of my personal favorites as well. I have a few more coming up soon that were pretty challenging but worth it and are among my faves also... look for issues 225, 250 and 300 when they are posted. Of course, I hope you like the covers in between, too!

Rick L Phillips said...

He may have bought fastfood but he is even cheaper then that. Notice the lunchbox next to him. He brought half the food from home. Next time Matt take her to your place for a home cooked meal. It's still cheaper then eating out and impresses her that you are willing to cook once in awhile.

Bob Greenwade said...

Matt has a Spidey lunchbox with a F4 thermos? And he's blind?

Joking aside, I wouldn't call this your best cover ever, as the two artistic styles are too divergent from each other. That's the only problem with it, though.

Well, as an afterthought, I probably would have had Power Girl thinking something about, "At least he's not staring at my cleavage."

A Mindful Webworker said...

I dunno, I thought the character styles here worked really well together.

He is, too, staring at her cleavage. But he can get away with it. With radar sense!

Anonymous said...

Love PG's comment. Hilarious! I guess they didn't make a Love Connection today!

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