Wednesday, April 11, 2012


Comps for Deadpool #50 with my inks over Carlo Barberi's pencils.  
Below are some of the pages for the issue. 

Here are some of the Ads I found online this book.  Utilizing a lot of the art Carlo and I did for the issue.

All those characters appears in this double sized issue.  So that was fun to work on.

This was my last issue working on Deadpool.  Maybe one of these days, I'll get to work on Deadpool again.  He was one of the first characters I was able to work on when I started working in comics.  It was like goofing around with a old friend.


  1. I really like the inking on Wolverine's face in the last page, last panel. Really clean and slick.

    Sucks you are done on the title. It really is a title that is just fun and goofy and all over the place. From an artistic point of view, that has to be motivating to not be confined to one or two types of stories.

  2. I agree. You never know what going to happen or who's going to show up on Deadpool. That was the fun thing about it. Every issue was something fresh and funny.