Lightning Print
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Shutter #2
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Shutter #1
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Lightning Print
One of the "Three Storms" from Big Trouble in Little China, this 11x17 print of Lightning captures him at his most sinister.
Shutter #2
Robert makes his way to Colorado but he boards a train that is more likely bound for Hell.
Artists   >   Mike Hammons
Mike Hammons

Mike Hammons

Artist
Kent, Washington, United States
I have been a comic fan since I was a kid when I discovered Batman, Star Wars and Rocket Raccoon. I was a Fine Arts major but life gets busy and for years I didn't pick up a pencil. About a year ago the guys at Crankleft and I got together to take on the task of creating Shutter. I brushed off the "cobwebs" of my drawing table and did the design/ pencils and some of the inks for this endeavor.  I hope you enjoy reading it as we did in making it. Please follow us for the ride; the story becomes much more dark and sinister down the road.  In my off time I like to play soccer, ride my bike and walk my dog w/ my wife. My favorite TV shows of all time are the original Twilight Zone, Mad Men and Perry Mason. I love anything Ridley Scott does. My favorite two books of all time are 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' and 'The Beautiful and Damned'. I am a HUGE fan of Walt Disney, he is a huge inspiration to me. What a dreamer.
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MAY 08
Sketch of Lightning from Big Trouble in Little China
By Mike
Sketch of Lightning from Big Trouble in Little China
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