Terence Hoskins and Adam Daughhetee over at Dollar Bin talk to OOSA artist Paul Maybury about Catalyst Comix, Soveriegn, Scientology schools, medications, “exploding the rock” and construction workers.
Paul was very open and revealing about all of the things he’s been through during his career and how it affected his art. Take the time to listen and get to know Paul a little better.
To be clear, I’m not a Scientologist.
What does this have to do with Punk Storm, you say? Well first off, me and my buddy Adam recorded this for our podcast, and it’s a great interview with an awesome artist! Secondly, I have two Punk Storm pieces by Paul in my collection, and we discuss them late in the episode…take a listen and let us knew what you think!
Thank you for this. Storm in her punk phase was a major part of my early budding sexuality. I remember reading an X-en comic of my brother's when I was a pre-teen so many years ago and found myself constantly staring at the panels she dominated.
Very awesome to see that she had a positive impact on your life! Her look and attitude during that era were undeniable. Her appearance actually made me start listening to punk rock and feel that my tastes in music, fashion, etc weren’t dictated by my race. Messages like yours make doing this tumblr worthwhile! Thanks for following!
F. Yeah, 80’s Storm | I don’t always do fan art, but when I do… | HarperJaten.com
Love Harper’s work, and coincidentally, Harper has been a follower of this tumblr since almost day one. Apologies for taking so long to post this, but I picked a day where I got quite a few new followers to do so.
Welcome to the shrine, newbies!
Some really patient people out there. Thank you.
Wow, what an incredible piece…certainly jealous of the owner!
First new Punk Storm of the year 2014! Got this piece from the incredible Jeremy Treece at this year’s Charlotte Mini-Con! God, I love buying art…
Storm and the Cairo Knives by Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi.
Print version of the grail piece Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi did for me…you guys should maybe hit them up to buy one so you can join the cool kids club.
This isn’t a part of my personal collection, but it’s a really cool Copic Marker drawing of Our Lady by Image Comics artist Todd Nauck. The mini storm cloud effect he’s got going here is pretty rad!
Absolute KILLER piece by Max Currie!!! This kid is up and coming, and did some phenomenal work here with inks and colors. Max really knows and lives punk culture, and it is definitely on display in this piece. You guys are doing yourselves a favor by checking him out!
WHOA!! Incarnation of Black Female Superhero to shoot short film on STORM!!
PLEASE SHARE THIS IN ALL FANTASY PLACES !
Dissatisfied with Hollywood’s uninspired portrayal of the only “Superhero” who ever meant anything to me, and motivated by the need to create something big - I’ve written a short film about the amazing, uncanny, marvelous Ororo Murnoe (codename: Storm)
Fantasyloving ppl PLEASE help make this awesome short film happen! Storm = WoC = eternal empowerment!! For my nieces’ future’s sake, check out this project and help fund it.
Like so many geeks, I started life feeling like an outcast for lots of reasons. I was one of maybe 3 black kids at my elementary school for one thing, at a time and in a place where no one (adults included) had any qualms about showing their disgust toward a little girl because of the color of her skin. At home, I was the youngest by a stretch of about 9 years so I got picked on a lot and felt pretty isolated there too. Star Wars and rock music became my main sources of escapism, but even in a galaxy far, far away I didn’t find anyone who I could totally identify with. I felt like… well… a mutant.
ps / just so you know: Maya is my friend and I have the advantage of KNOWING that everything she ever does, she gives 578%, turns out ridiculously well, moving, brilliant, well-crafted, and transforming entire genres, so… the *ability* to shoot a film is actually zero issue here. Plus, Maya happens to be an incarnation of Ororo, as you can see in her pictures and biography, so….
We should try to make this happen…donate!
.:Punk Rock Storm:. Here’s a sketch i did a couple months ago, finally getting around to posting it. Started off as a study and then turned into this awesome lady. I wasn’t sure what was missing, so to the stacks it went. As it got a few nods at NYCC and a recent love for ink wash grew, I finally gave it that polish it needed.
Shout out to my man Terence who runs the awesome PRS Tumblr , who already called dibs ;)
Reference credit to Edward Robert, via Inked Dolls
This is what incredible art looks like, ladies and gents. And yes…I got dibs, son.