#space is scary
#but i am brave
SPACE IS SCARY, BUT I AM BRAVE: A new t-shirt design for all my fellow explorers.
Hey guys, I’m putting in the order for these this week. They’ll be in my Etsy shop next month, but if you’d like to pre-order one (and help me get an idea of what sizes to order), you can PayPal me (deantrippe at gmail) $22 US plus 4 dollars shipping per shirt along with your size. They’re screen-printed on charcoal grey, as shown above, and I can order them in pretty much any size, including children’s sizes.
Reblogs and retweets sincerely appreciated, as always, my dear internet pals. Thank you. :)
"Super heroes need to smile more. Cheer up, guys, you’re saving the world. I mean seriously, why wouldn’t Tony Stark custom weld a fixed smile into the Iron Man helmet? I almost always draw super heroes smiling and floating around clouds. I always think, “Maybe I should just draw a serious face this time,” but then, “Nah.” I guess it’s just my Silver Age fixation, but I liked it when most of the super heroes were pals and fought crime more frequently than each other."
Hey guys, you can still vote for my Avengers Assembled t-shirt design for a few more days! Thanks so much for all the kind words, reblogs, and retweets!
You can now rate my Avengers Assembled design over at the Mighty Fine Avengers t-shirt contest! I could win money from this, so please help a fellow nerd out, and we can all be wearing this as an officially licensed Marvel + Mighty Fine t-shirt!
Register and Vote HERE
(Ratings, reblogs, retweets, shares, pins, etc. all incredibly appreciated, you guys!)
"Man, the All Star Superman #1 cover was brilliant. When everything on the shelves is showing dudes in tights punching their allies for no reason, and most Superman writers are trying to find some way for a friend to betray him so he can “lose it” and “cross the line” and flip on his heat vision eyes just to look tough, Morrison and Quitely’s cover breaks all that nonsense with an engaging swerve. Not for nothing, but it’s the same reason my most well-known drawing is of Supergirl serenely floating backwards in the sky with her eyes closed. When everything is loud, a whisper breaks through."
Me (Dean Trippe
) on criticism of Frank Quitely’s brilliant cover to his and Grant Morrison’s All Star Superman
#1, by series logo designer Chip Kidd and others. From the comments on this article
at Super Punch. (The Supergirl drawing I mentioned is here