Monday, May 18, 2009
Secret Identities "Sampler" gallery
Here are four different interpretations of June Park, the dry cleaning store worker heroine I created for my Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology short story "Sampler." The "I suck at math" T-shirt-wearing June works at a store where many of the customers are superheroes.
June, as drawn by Erwin Haya in the story itself.
June, by Secret Identities: TAASA co-artist A.L. Baroza. It's a spectacular pinup by A.L., and it's nice to see June in color for a change.
June, by Secret Identities: TAASA art director Jerry Ma (the full version of his portrait of all the Secret Identities characters can be viewed here).
June, specially drawn for this blog by her creator, writer and occasional, not-exactly-seasoned-and-professional cartoonist Jimmy J. Aquino, a.k.a. me.
I came up with several different captions to accompany my illustration of June. Yesterday, I had a hard time deciding which caption to post under it (I asked a friend to pick which one, and she said, "Any of them!"), so throughout this week, I'll be posting each of the other captions under the same illustration.