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    Quote Originally Posted by asiansupes View Post
    That truly is an amazing piece! i love the linework and the brushstrokes he used. I would keep it in an acid proof glass in a frame and on the wall thats away from direct sunlight. Copic tends to fade fairly quickly in the sun.
    Thanks. Yeah it's framed already, and nowhere near a window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaronK View Post
    Here's the Rocafort Batwoman commission I got this weekend at the St. Louis show.
    So ill. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earmites View Post
    Holy SH!!!!!!!7


    that is bad ass!
    I've been out of the loop as far as comics go for some time (2+ years), and i hadn't heard of Mr. Rocafort before. That drawing is fricken amazing! What book is he on currently, or what has he done (collected?) that i could pick up?

    thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaronK View Post
    Thanks. It's definitely one of the highlights of my collection.

    Here are a couple of the others he did this weekend for some of the people in front of me:
    Christ on a bike! that guy is amazing!

    Sorry for the double post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanieshaman View Post
    I've been out of the loop as far as comics go for some time (2+ years), and i hadn't heard of Mr. Rocafort before. That drawing is fricken amazing! What book is he on currently, or what has he done (collected?) that i could pick up?

    thanks!

    His first pro work, as far as I know, was Paul Dini's Madame Mirage from Image. Great series, but it was billed as kind of a female Shadow when it was really this cyber-punk thing. He also drew some issues of Superman, I don't recall if they were Superman or Action Comics, though. Action, I think. Recently he was doing the better-than-expected Red Hood and the Outlaws for DC. Now, he's moving back to Superman with writer Scott Lobdell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonC View Post
    His first pro work, as far as I know, was Paul Dini's Madame Mirage from Image. Great series, but it was billed as kind of a female Shadow when it was really this cyber-punk thing. He also drew some issues of Superman, I don't recall if they were Superman or Action Comics, though. Action, I think. Recently he was doing the better-than-expected Red Hood and the Outlaws for DC. Now, he's moving back to Superman with writer Scott Lobdell.
    Thanks DonC, I actually have a couple issues of Madame Mirage... der kinda slow i am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonC View Post
    His first pro work, as far as I know, was Paul Dini's Madame Mirage from Image. Great series, but it was billed as kind of a female Shadow when it was really this cyber-punk thing. He also drew some issues of Superman, I don't recall if they were Superman or Action Comics, though. Action, I think. Recently he was doing the better-than-expected Red Hood and the Outlaws for DC. Now, he's moving back to Superman with writer Scott Lobdell.
    He also did Astonishing Tales for Marvel...Amazing stuff.
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    I think we can tie this thread in with a general convention etiquette thread from earlier this year
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