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STEEL RAINING: TOMAHAWK on Gumroad

Get my digital comic STEEL RAINING: Tomahawk on Gumroad

++ A good tattoo is like a shield. Celebrating 10 years of digital comics, TOMAHAWK is the longest of the STEEL RAINING comics to date. A 32 page fully digital comic book, written and drawn by Alberto, exploring the early days of this near future metropolis and the dubious origins of Nordn, it’s self-appointed protector. A tale of street uprising and delusion, now available in my Gumroad store as a DRM free download, with both PDF and CBZ versions included. Check it out>>

DC Bombshells II Sketchcards

Some of my official hand painted DC Bombshells II sketchcards, out now from Cryptozoic Entertainment. The DC Bombshells alternate universe depicts the heroines of DC comics in a retro 1940s look inspired on the work and designs of Ant Lucia. Among the characters I painted are Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Superman, Batman, Flash and many others.

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Bat&Cat

Some AI generated STEEL RAINING

I asked one of those AI generated artwork apps to create some painings based on STEEL RAINING, my online comic series. I guess as machine learning grows we’ll see more and more of this kind of computer generated artwork. For now, I think the novelty wears off fast, but It’s always fun to tinker with some new tools. I’d be curious to try some of this new technology for my own comics in the future. The following are some of my favorite results I got so far.

++ STEEL RAINING are my comics.

Darkest Image is OUT!

UPDATE: Get a printed copy of Darkest Image.

If you’re interested in a printed copy of DARKEST IMAGE, pre-order now through the end of November. (*All proceeds go to the CBLDF. Overseas shipping not available)

Darkest Image, the fan-made anthology celebrating Image Comics.

Darkest Image is out now. A fan-made non sanctioned sequel to the seminal “Darker Image”, created by the Cartoonist Kayfabe community to celebrate the early days of Image Comics. 200 pages of stories including one by myself! Go check it out! You can get the digital PDF version now and all proceeds will benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.

I drew “Destroy Everything You Touch” as my early celebration of the 30th anniversary of Image. It’s a riff on some of the old Wildstorm characters, reflecting on their past and their current place in comics. I had an absolute blast putting it all together and I hope you enjoy the result, along the rest of the amazing stories in the book.