Support The Book of Mojo on Indiegogo!

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Via Hitfix, Former Pixar and Dreamworks animators have teamed up to turn Everett Downing‘s self-published webcomic, The Book of Mojo,  into a 3D animated short, and they need your help to fund the pilot episode!

The story of “Book of Mojo” centers around Creepy, a homeless teenage witch in search of her missing father. Then Mojo, a giant enchanted statue, literally falls into her life. With no memory of his past, Creepy agrees to help Mojo, for her own reasons. But things quickly spiral out of control when a group of black magic users called The Brokerage come to claim Mojo, saying they created him. The duo must then go on the run into the labyrinth of city streets, avoiding a magic-wielding crime syndicate, the cops, and Creepy’s personal rivals.

To create The Book of Mojo pilot episode, Downing has teamed up with 25 past employees of major studios such as Pixar Animation Studio, Dreamworks Animation, and Blue Sky Studios to form Alchemy Engine, an Indie Animation Studio who “strives to tell stories featuring characters they feel are under-represented in today’s animation market. Committed to providing a different kind of content, they have banded together to take creative risks in producing compelling stories for young-adults.”

I’m all about self-publishing, so make sure to check out Everett Downing’s official Gumroad page to download both installments of the original webcomic by clicking the images below. For more information about Book of Mojo, make sure to follow Everett Downing on Twitter!

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Watch The Extended Trailer For AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON

ComicBookMovie.com has served up Samsung’s extended trailer for Joss Whedon’s epic Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Make sure to check out my Speed Drawing Video ft. Scarlet Witch and the process post behind the creation of the sketch!

Don’t forget to subscribe to the Newsletter for my upcoming graphic novel, Intercept Now!

BookTube Wednesday #3

Welcome to the newest weekly feature on Weibblog! BookTube Wednesday will spotlight a selection of #BookTubers from Youtube! BookTubers vlog about reviews, news, and opinions about books! If you’re a self-publisher looking to get your book(s) reviewed, it’s definitely worth looking into the #BookTube community has to offer!

Top 5 Favorite Stephen King Novels & Dr. Sleep Review by comicbookgirl19

ECCC 2014: Jeff Lemire talks TEEN TITANS EARTH ONE by ComicVineVideos

March Book Haul! by Katytastic

March Wrap Up & April To Be Read by Bookables

Apr 1: Weibblog Twitter News Round-Up


Welcome to another edition of The Weibblog Twitter News Round-up! Today’s top stories are from Kevin Cullen, Making ComicsDiandra Mae, & more! You can follow me on Twitter here!

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Speed Drawing #3: Scarlet Witch (The Avengers: Age Of Ultron)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Weibcomics Speed Sketch featuring SCARLET WITCH from Marvel Comics’ The Avengers: Age of Ultron! Scarlet Witch, The Avengers, Ultron, and all related characters and indicia are property of Marvel Comics and Disney, 2014.

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I drew this piece based on the Scarlet Witch concept art Marvel released last week. In recent set photos from the upcoming sequel’s shoot, her outfit is slightly different, but I opted to go with the concept art design as I thought the white dress would go well with the rest of the colors in her outfit. I referenced what her stockings and boots looked like in the stock photos but streamlined them. Continue reading “Speed Drawing #3: Scarlet Witch (The Avengers: Age Of Ultron)”

BookTube Wednesday #2

Welcome to the newest weekly feature on Weibblog! BookTube Wednesday will spotlight a selection of #BookTubers from Youtube! BookTubers vlog about reviews, news, and opinions about books! If you’re a self-publisher looking to get your book(s) reviewed, it’s definitely worth looking into the #BookTube community has to offer!

The Return of Zita the Spacegirl — Book Trailer by FirstSecondBooks

Comedian Josh Sankey on It’s A Draw With Natalie Kim by Natalie Kim

BookTube News: My Genre Tag, Rants, and Owl Eyes! by Elizziebooks

Leviathan Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld – Book Review by Kate’s Book Club

Mar 24: Weibblog Twitter News Round-Up

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Welcome to another edition of The Weibblog Twitter News Round-up! Today’s top stories are from Making Comics, Missy LaRae,  Effrosyni Moschoudi, & more! You can follow me on Twitter here!

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BookTube Wednesday #1

Welcome to the newest weekly feature on Weibblog! BookTube Wednesday will spotlight a selection of #BookTubers from Youtube! BookTubers vlog about reviews, news, and opinions about books! If you’re a self-publisher looking to get your book(s) reviewed, it’s definitely worth looking into the #BookTube community has to offer!

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show #10 by AstroZombiesNM

Streaming my screen while I work on comics by Jason Brubaker

Saga by Brian K Vaughan & Fiona Staples | Book Review by The Readables

Mar 17: Weibblog Twitter News Round-Up

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Welcome to another edition of The Weibblog Twitter News Round-up! Today’s top stories are from Renée Kurilla, Chris Robertson, Becca Edwards, & more! You can follow me on Twitter here!

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Speed Drawing #2: Rocket Raccoon!

Welcome to the latest installment of The Weibcomics Speed Sketch featuring ROCKET RACCOON from Marvel Comics’ Guardians of the Galaxy! Rocket Raccoon, Guardians of the Galaxy, and all related characters and indicia are property of Marvel Comics and Disney, 2014.

20140305_165923000_iOSI did a few thumbnails to arrive at this pose. The initial inspiration for this pose was a superhero pin-up by Bruce Timm, which I thought would fit Rocket’s posture pretty well. It took some tweaking to settle on his proportions, as I thought I drew his head a bit too small at first and had to resize it. The costume he’s wearing is based on his live-action iteration in the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer. I really like how almost gentle and pup-faced rocket is standing in rest in the trailer, so I wanted his face to have a bit of that quality while still retaining Rocket’s gruff attitude. Continue reading “Speed Drawing #2: Rocket Raccoon!”