Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Battle Scene

One of those big shots, where you have to get almost everybody in...
Funny bit: It wasn't until after the book was on its way to print, that I happened to be reading something and realized that when the script referred to Slayton's "energy whips" they were actually supposed to be some kind of psychic energy and not actual whips. Nobody said anything different to me, so I had no idea. My previous exposure to the character was in TEAM ZERO. I only knew he was immortal and had a bionic leg!

WildCats #15

Various pages of pencils from WildCats #15.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Wildcats #14

Couple shots from Wildcats #14!

Friday, August 7, 2009

Friday, July 31, 2009

Still Storming

A few pages of my pencils from WildStorm's WILDCATS #13 on sale now. Favorite bits: the way the bad guy's hands are folded in the panel where he's sitting in the chair, Lynch's profile in the last panel of the last page, and... I got to draw a werewolf!

More Marveling

I penciled a couple installments of Marvel's Spectacular Swiney-Girl (written by the legendary Tom DeFalco!) that appeared in issues of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN FAMILY. Here's a page from the second story.

Quite a departure for me, but fun stuff!

Sunday, July 19, 2009

More Coverage

A few more cover ideas that I threw out there for Death Valley.
DV logo type by Mick Koller.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Down In The Valley

Here's a cover and the original promo piece I did for DEATH VALLEY, written by Keith Champagne.
More about the series and the colored pieces here at Newsarama.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Wild Ride

I see WildStorm released some preview pages from upcoming WILDCATS. Gives me an excuse to post something. Here's pencils from a couple of the pages floating around out there. It's been pretty nuts trying to get used to all these characters. Still feel like I'm getting my feet under me, but overall, it's a blast.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009


High time for a new post!

Here's one of the variant covers I did for WildStorm's STARCRAFT series.

I wasn't thrilled with how I inked the woman's face in the end, but overall... iconic, moody, gritty... I dug this one.

Edit: Just came across some of my sketches for these covers and added one here.

Edit: I see this cover is being solicited as "by Shawn Moll and Doug Mahnke". FWIW, that's inaccurate. Doug had nothing to do with this one. Here's the cover Doug inked! Hoo-ah!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Storming onto Newsstands


Written by Christos Gage; Art by Neil Googe and Shawn Moll; Cover by Neil Googe

Majestic's Hawaiian utopia is everything he advertised it to be and more! Yet there's something sinister just beneath the surface that the team can't pin down. Also, a former team member returns...but on whose side?

And in a special backup, Christos Gage and Shawn Moll (She-Hulk) bring back the group everybody's been waiting for – Team Seven!

On Sale April 22, 2009




Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning and Christos Gage; Art by Brandon Badeaux and Shawn Moll; Cover by Simon Coleby

When the world ended, the Authority and the rest of the population were caught unprepared and suffered the consequences. Find out what happened in those crucial moments following the destruction of Earth and how it affected the Authority...as well as Rendlesham!

Also, the conclusion of the Team Seven backup!

On Sale May 6, 2009


Friday, February 20, 2009


Just for something different to look at... Some cover sketches from an upcoming project.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

13 Faces of Jason

Got asked to participate in "13 Faces of Jason" over at mania.com where 13 artists provide art and answer 13 questions leading up to the release of the new FRIDAY THE 13th movie.
Check it out!

Saturday, January 31, 2009

As Requested...

As requested in the Comments section, here are a couple more concept sketches I did for a Starcraft comic.

Note, however, when it's related to a project, I will typically only post stuff that has either A) already been published or B) has been outright rejected or C) was just something I was doodling around with when I was coming up with ideas and doesn't give anything away ahead of time.

In this case, this is the original page from my sketchbook of Nuura, that was used in the published preview that is already floating around the internet.

The ship was an earlier version that I was dinking around with. When I was working on it, somebody had asked for "something like Serenity" and this was deemed "too much like Serenity". I think it must've been the rotating thruster things on sides. I think they're pretty cool, in general, but they certainly aren't exclusive to the ship in Firefly, as I think you can see similar design elements in Star Wars, Bladerunner and various other sci-fi. Either way, I guess ya gotta start somewhere.

As I think I mentioned in an earlier post, they opted for another direction with the book and the original creative team is no longer involved, but down the road, when the new book does hit stands, I'll post more of the art that I did when I was on the project. I've seen colored versions of some covers and pinups that I drew that I thought turned out pretty sweet, so I'd think you might be seeing some solicits before too long.

And Now For Something Completely Different...

Well past time for a new post.