The Online Portfolio of Justin King

The Journey Begins

June 10, 2011

I debuted this on my Tumblr, but figured I should post it here as well. This is a comic page I made a while ago. I don’t quite want to ruin the surprise yet, but I can say that there is more to come. It’s also pretty exciting. For me at least.

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Fantastic Fairy Tale Comic Time!

March 6, 2011

This is from a comic I was working on a few months ago. I had to stop working on it for a while because some other things came up, and when I got the chance again, I just wasn’t feeling the way I drew it anymore.  I still love the ideas I had for this, though, and want to continue it one day.

For the first time, see all 6 pages I finished for this comic. They are really silly!

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Unfinished Comic Page

March 2, 2011

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J-pop is a character I had on the comic “battling” website EnterVOID.  This was going to be a Beyond Battle comic celebrating its newest tournament Heavyweight.

I don’t know if I’m going to be able to finish it, but here is a page I was working on.

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Void is Under New Management

October 7, 2010

I was in a recent tournament on Void where artists had to use someone else’s character. I used Ben.  Ben belongs to Squidman. The entire comic can be read here.  It has both my entire first round entry, and my unfinished second round entry.

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Comic Battle: Revenge of the Cock Rockers

July 15, 2009

A Void comic I recently completed. I tried some new things for this comic, including the outline-less art. The biggest hing though, is that I treated each page as an individual strip, and connected them all to make a story.

This leads it to jump around a little (I also left out a lot of planned pages throughout – so that helped), but I like how it came out.

Read the entire comic here.

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