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Marcio Ferreira
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Posted: 15 February 2009 at 3:45pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Supercool!!!
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Brian Floyd
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OT, sorta I guess. Does anyone know if the Red Skull and the Ghost Rider have ever faced each other? 


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Not that I know of, but a faceoff between the Red Skull and the Danny Ketch\Noble Kale Ghost Rider would be interesting. The Red Skull is so evil that the penance stare might have the opposite of its intended effect...if it worked at all.



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Michael Arndt
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What an amazing commission. Such an intensity of evil.

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Robert Cosgrove
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"Who created the Red Skull?"

I recall that in an interview, Kirby described writer Ed Herron as "the brains
behind the Red Skull." Does that mean he was Herron's idea?

Joe Simon said at the NYCon last weekend that he got the idea for the Red
Skull from a cherry on top of an ice cream sundae.

The origins of the Red Skull: collect the whole set.
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Clint Ludwick
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JB, quick question....how do you make the lines on the "cube" so clean/sharp, while you ink in the blacks??
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Mark Waldman
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He doesn't look nice.
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Jason Ditzel
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Wow!

P.S.  JB is undisputed King of Rubble!
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Brian Hunt
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I want my own cosmic cube. The effects on the cube make
it look powerful, and that's a real problem with it in
the possession of the Red Skull.
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John Byrne
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...how do you make the lines on the "cube" so clean/sharp, while you ink in
the blacks??



Ruler.

Wish I had something more exotic for you!
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Clint Ludwick
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Thanks JB, I was imagining that "stuff" you put on the paper to keep the ink from setting in, then you remove/ rub off. I believe you do that on stars/background etc?

Did I mention, I know NOTHING about art production. Except what looks GOOD!

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John Byrne
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I used the "stuff" (Liquid Mask) to rough up the edges on the glow effect
around the cube.
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Clint Ludwick
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OK, apparently, I know atlttle about production, in regards to liquid mask! Thanks, JB!
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