Development


Page Two of Abaddon’s Intro

Hello everyone, Here’s the second page of Abaddon’s intro. Art by Przemyslaw R. Dedelis and colors by Lya Cuello. She (Lya) decided to add some effects to panels four and five to demonstrate his ability, which I really like. © Justin Martin and www.rsquaredcomicz.com, 2011. All rights reserved.


Page One of Abaddon’s Intro

Hello everyone, Here’s the first page of Abaddon’s intro. Art by Przemyslaw R. Dedelis and colors by Lya Cuello. © Justin Martin and www.rsquaredcomicz.com, 2011. All rights reserved.


Page Two of Solomon’s Intro

Hello everyone, Check out the second page of Solomon’s intro below. Art by Przemyslaw R. Dedelis and colors by Lya Cuello. © Justin Martin and www.rsquaredcomicz.com, 2011. All rights reserved.


In Living Color: Page One of Solomon’s Intro 6

Hello everyone, As I mentioned in today’s podcast, The Lightweightz anthology will now be in color. Check out the first page of Solomon’s intro below. The amazing art and colors are done by Przemyslaw R. Dedelis and Lya Cuello, respectively. © Justin Martin and www.rsquaredcomicz.com, 2011. All rights reserved.


Vote For Your Lightweight before January 1st! 1

Hello everyone, Given that I will start scripting the Lightweightz’ intro stories and sending the information to my artist so he can work on the storyboards in January, I’ve been thinking about which of the Lightweightz’ intro stories I want to work on first. In terms of scripting, I plan […]


Goals for January/February 2011

Hello everyone, I hope you’ve enjoyed your weekend. Mine was pretty busy (especially today), but it feels good when things get done…. In September, I heeded some good advice and created a 15-month vision for the two comic book projects I’m working on, outlining key goals/tasks I wanted to accomplish […]


Theme Scriptures for “Lightweightz” 4

Hello everyone, I thought I’d share the two scriptures that will serve as the over-arching theme for “Lightweightz,” and why I chose them: “You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. […]