On this page, Cyber-Claw makes the steriotypical villian’s error. Why does James Bond ALWAYS survive?? For this exact reason… When you have the “hero” at your mercy, always finish the job! Never just leave someone wounded and expect them to die!
–I’ve apparently got some more fan art on the way from Ross Curtis! WooHoo! If you don’t know who he is, Ross does the Rabid Rabbit webcomic! You’ve got to check it out!
-Lou Graziani 6-07-05
Posts Tagged ‘Squirrel’
This page introduces a major character. But which one is it? That squirrel or Jill?
Sorry for the recent delays in updating. I’ll try to get back to normal this week.
-Lou Graziani 6-14-05
After lettering this page, I was wondering how an old man, a girl and a squirrel managed to get an unconscious Cy-Boar into a fan boat! He’s got to weigh two or three hundred pounds!
I’ve got another piece of guest art to post soon. It’s from Jim Stewart, creator of the only super hero made of hemp, “Ganjaman”…
-Lou Graziani 6-17-05
Another page with more talking… Don’t worry action fans, there will be more violence soon.
Things in my life continue to fall apart, but I still manage to update this. I must be demented.
-Lou Graziani 6-21-05
Do you recognize the Mento-Wave Chamber from Cy-Boar #1? Pay attention! There will be a quiz later!
-Lou Graziani 6-23-05
These so called “Hell hounds” are apparently not the brightest genetically manipulated warriors. Sure they have guns and fancy sunglasses, but this is the second time that they have screwed up. In Cy-Boar #1 they caught the scent of a regular boar and Cy-Boar got away, and this time they pounced on the wrong squirrel. I guess that you can’t just screw with DNA and expect it to come out great every time.
In addition to the art from Diana (creator of Antique White House – The Kennedy Tales.) and the image from Jim Stewart (creator of Ganjaman) I now have a third uber-cool image of Cy to share with you! Rhandi Fisher, (the creator of Pride of Life) also came up with something great. A link to his site can be seen on the right of this page in the Affiliate Links section. All of these images will be posted in a week or two, once I finish posting the last few pages of Cy-Boar #2. In the mean time, you should check out their comics!
-Lou Graziani 6-28-05
This page is sort of short, but was not that easy! It’s strange how some pages are very fast to put together, and others seem to take forever.
The image of Cy-Boar created by Ross Curtis has been added to the Extras section. If you missed it, take a look! I also recently sent Ross an image of his character the Rabid Rabbit. Once it’s posted somewhere, I’ll show you a link.
-Lou Graziani 6-30-05
OK, now that you saw the last “Cross Over” image from Jim Stewart, he also did something more! The page above was created by Jim to fit into the existing storyline. How cool is that! Don’t forget to check out Jim’s new webcomic here: GANJAMAN
Tomorrow’s update will get back to the regular storyline, I promise…
-Lou Graziani 7-07-05
OK, after those fun images by Jim Stewart, now it’s back to the main story. At the time I drew this story (back in 1992) , I thought that it was a surprisingly unexpected move to kill off two of the supporting characters that I’d just introduced. Looking back at this story now, I’m not sure how shocking it was… These characters weren’t that great anyway….
And then there is the villain… “Cyber-claw”. Why did every character have to be a mutant-cyborg? The feedback I’ve gotten on this guy over the years has been interesting. Some people have thought that he’s really cool. On the other hand, I always think of him as a goofy mix of Wolverine & Ironman, with a little Cyclops and Black Panther thrown it…
This story is rapidly coming to a conclusion. Hang in there!
-Lou Graziani 7-08-05
Well, there it is, the bloody final battle… When I first drew this story (on the back of a folder in high school) I think I must have been running out of room. I think this battle could have been better if I’d had more space. Also, the way Cy wins with a literal “Deus Ex Machina” arm popping out is sort of strange. Didn’t he already know that he had an extra arm?
I guess not…
A few days ago, I started reworking this page for the website and wanted to replace some of the bad art and script that bothered me so much. So, even though this page is not that “great”, I spent a lot of time making it better than it used to be. Let me know what you think of it.
The next page will be the final page for Cy-Boar #2! After that, I’ll post a few days of “Pin-Ups” and guest art before going into Cy-Boar #3!
-Lou Graziani 7-14-05