TBT 2: Two more covers I drew that are my personal favs for a couple of reasons. One: These were my first JLA covers drawn with the original JLAers. Two: The great Gil Kane inspired my concept and it was magnificently inked by Dick Giordano. This was my dream finally realized. 

Course, there was some controversy that came with this particular series---because we choose to show for the very first time, a "brutalized and bloodied" JLA on the cover and in the interior story as well. The then editor wasn't a fan of this and wanted to tone it down but I believe Senior Editor Len Wein overrode that decision and pushed 'em thru as is. And so it goes.

My first convention signing in a very LOOoooong time and I'm really looking forward to it! 
This has always been a fun local con that's a lot less crowded but more intimate after the big San Diego Con.
I'll be doing sketches there to all comers and open to larger commissions later.
Drop on by and say hi if you're in the area.

This here is my blog, for me to rave about art, animation, my friends work and for me to rant about anything I want...


    Chuck Patton

    "When I grow up, I want to draw comic books..."

    And I did....and more. When that part of my life ended, I stepped into another role as a development artist and director for animated shows. 

    I'll be posting the work I've done for the past several years from sketches to storyboards for shows like Batman Brave and the Bold, Ben 10 and Scooby Doo and the War of the Worlds: Goliath, and anything that I've either worked on, started to work on, or just plain enjoy.

    And that's it.