The History Of Comics With Q-boy #58 The Painstaking Pursuit To Visit The Virtuoso (Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #58 The Painstaking Pursuit To Visit The Virtuoso (Censored)

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I decided to make this comic black and white because it is entirely based on “The Spirit” by Will Eisner which I think usually looks best in black and white. I gotta admit that I may have tried to cram too much into one page. Oh well… So let’s get to the panels…

That it for this one. Next time we run into my other character who we haven’t seen in a bit “The Bastardized Ninja” ( who’s adventures you can check out here http://qr.net/bUZ8a . Check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Hope you enjoy and see ya next time!

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The History Of Comics With Q-boy #58 The Painstaking Pursuit To Visit The Virtuoso

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #58 The Painstaking Pursuit To Visit The Virtuoso

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I decided to make this comic black and white because it is entirely based on “The Spirit” by Will Eisner which I think usually looks best in black and white. I gotta admit that I may have tried to cram too much into one page. Oh well… So let’s get to the panels…

That it for this one. Next time we run into my other character who we haven’t seen in a bit “The Bastardized Ninja” ( who’s adventures you can check out here http://qr.net/bUZ8a . Check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Hope you enjoy and see ya next time!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #56 The Illustrious Illusionist And The Delusions Of The Kidnapped Creator (Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #56

\The Illustrious Illusionist And The Delusions Of The Kidnapped Creator (Censored)

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The character Ron Rankenfile is based on the comic book artist Jim Steranko, and the panels of this comics are based on his work. On “Wikipedia” he’s described as “an American graphic artist, comic book writer/artist, historian, magician, publisher and film production illustrator. His most famous comic book work was with the 1960s superspy featureNick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.” inMarvel Comics’”Strange Tales” and in the subsequent eponymous series. Steranko earned lasting acclaim for his innovations in sequential art during the Silver Age of Comic Books, particularly his infusion of surrealism, op art, and graphic design into the medium”.  In this story I wanted to capture the idea that this he was truly a multi-talented person. On to the panels…

  • Panels 1-3 are based on 3 panels from “Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 1 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgMM
  • Panel 4 is based on the cover of “Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 7 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgN7
  • Panel 5 is based on the cover of “Creatures On The Loose” 22 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgQ2
  • Panel 6 is based on the cover of “Strange Tales” 153 which you see here http://qr.net/bRgSm
  • Panels 7-10 are based on panels from “Captain America” 110 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgUX

That’s it for this one. Next time we catch up with Q-boy’s ex-girlfriend Helen Seabrook AKA Miss Direction in an adventure that involves America-Man and introduces us to the man known as Dick Anger.  Look out for a special Independence Day “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” as well as the normally schedules comics on Tuesday-Thursday. Have a great Independence Day everyone! Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

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rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #56 The Illustrious Illusionist And The Delusions Of The Kidnapped Creator

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #56

The Illustrious Illusionist And The Delusions Of The Kidnapped Creator

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The character Ron Rankenfile is based on the comic book artist Jim Steranko, and the panels of this comics are based on his work. On “Wikipedia” he’s described as “an American graphic artist, comic book writer/artist, historian, magician, publisher and film production illustrator. His most famous comic book work was with the 1960s superspy featureNick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.” inMarvel Comics'”Strange Tales” and in the subsequent eponymous series. Steranko earned lasting acclaim for his innovations in sequential art during the Silver Age of Comic Books, particularly his infusion of surrealism, op art, and graphic design into the medium”.  In this story I wanted to capture the idea that this he was truly a multi-talented person. On to the panels…

  • Panels 1-3 are based on 3 panels from “Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 1 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgMM
  • Panel 4 is based on the cover of “Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 7 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgN7
  • Panel 5 is based on the cover of “Creatures On The Loose” 22 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgQ2
  • Panel 6 is based on the cover of “Strange Tales” 153 which you see here http://qr.net/bRgSm
  • Panels 7-10 are based on panels from “Captain America” 110 which you can see here http://qr.net/bRgUX

That’s it for this one. Next time we catch up with Q-boy’s ex-girlfriend Helen Seabrook AKA Miss Direction in an adventure that involves America-Man and introduces us to the man known as Dick Anger.  Look out for a special Independence Day “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” as well as the normally schedules comics on Tuesday-Thursday. Have a great Independence Day everyone! Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

Q-boy Short # 43 The Swap Squabble That Got Ya’ll Gobbled /The History Of Q-boy Part 41 (Censored)

Q-boy Short # 43 The Swap Squabble That Got Ya’ll Gobbled /The History Of Q-boy Part 41 (Censored)

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Well looks like Q-boy and U are in trouble with their girlfriends, and said girlfriends have a beef with Q-girl.  This comic was made from and inspired by three comic book covers drawn by Joe Kubert who Joesph Hubert is based on. These covers are…

  1. Rima The Jungle Girl #4 which you can check out here
  2. Enemy Ace #142  which can be seen here
  3. Weird War Tales #9 that can be viewed here

I think the rest pretty much speaks for itself. Next time we’ll take a little break from our storyline for our second annual holiday special. Also I figure now would be a good time to mention that at some point I’ll be renaming this “Q-boy Short” comics as “The History Of Comics With Q-boy”.  As always hope you enjoy, and see ya next time!

Q-boy Short # 43 The Swap Squabble That Got Ya’ll Gobbled / The History Of Q-boy Part 41

Q-boy Short # 43 The Swap Squabble That Got Ya’ll Gobbled / The History Of Q-boy Part 41

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Well looks like Q-boy and U are in trouble with their girlfriends, and said girlfriends have a beef with Q-girl.  This comic was made from and inspired by three comic book covers drawn by Joe Kubert who Joesph Hubert is based on. These covers are…

  1. Rima The Jungle Girl #4 which you can check out here
  2. Enemy Ace #142  which can be seen here
  3. Weird War Tales #9 that can be viewed here

I think the rest pretty much speaks for itself. Next time we’ll take a little break from our storyline for our second annual holiday special. Also I figure now would be a good time to mention that at some point I’ll be renaming this “Q-boy Short” comics as “The History Of Comics With Q-boy”.  As always hope you enjoy, and see ya next time!

Q-boy Short # 42 The Teacher And His Less Than Conventional Tactics

Q-boy Short # 42 The Teacher And His Less Than Conventional Tactics

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This one’s a weird one if I say so myself… Here’s some explanations in case you don’t get some things…

Joseph Hubert is based loosely based on the legendary comic book artist Joe Kubert who is the father of the two great comic book artists Adam and Andy Kubert. He is also the  founder of the Kubert School which is probably the most famous school to focus on cartooning and graphic art.

The idea behind this comic is making the school seem like the training area in the movie “Enter The Dragon”, or the area where Pai Mei trained Beatrice Kiddo in “Kill Bill”. “Kill Bill” also sorta inspired the whole thing with Joseph’s name in yellow, the codename, and the translation into Japanese.

The turtle shell thing is referencing one of the early parts of “Dragon Ball” where Goku and Krillin train with Master Roshi while where heavy turtle shells like he wears to get stronger.

Finally the whole “Joseph Hubert has joined the party” thing is a reference to role-playing video games, particularly Final Fantasy.

That’s pretty much it for this week. Next time we’ll see an example of Mr. Hubert’s work, and Q-boy and U’s girlfriends Miss Direction and Distaction Lass return… They aren’t happy… Hope you enjoy and see ya time!