I admit, it was a rather herculean task to out-Millar Mark Millar with new characters, but I stand both appalled and proud of what I put together.
Millar to me has always produced consistently enjoyable comics, his creator owned stuff as well as the Marvel gigs. On the Millarworld-side though, I’ve often wondered whether or not he keeps a list of unspeakable acts and horrible character flaws, then finds a way to weave them into whatever tale he is telling.
Today’s very not-suitable-for-work page was done by Scott Cohn:
Standing at 5’11”, 190 lbs, with a 74″ reach, Scott Cohn draws out of NYC. He’s currently the artist on Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein for Dynamite. He’s also worked on such titles as Army of Darkness, JLU, TMNT, Ben10, and Krypto. His illustration clients range from, but aren’t limited to- Sony, GM, Time Inc., Simon & Schuster, Gillette, HBO, Fortune, and MTV. Scott graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He’s learned to wear many different hats, and adapt styles. He has knockout power in his right hand, but he finishes most of his opponents with the FTP drop. In his spare time, he likes to wrestle animals to the ground, and his favorite color is blue.
Welcome to a new week, folks, it’s going to be a good one.