About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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  1. Sean says:

    Ah….the famous TDA’s Galactic Adventures! I haven’t seen those in over 20 years! You were creating an omnibus long before omnibuses really became popular. Galactic Adventures is a solid concept….a collection of an interesting variety of comic book stories. Now I remember again how well you drew the GoBots in that comic story. Due to the small amount of GoBots comic stories out there (what there was was in GoBots Magazine and some illustrated GoBots childrens books), there’s a project you could take up again: original GoBots comic book stories. I think it would be very creatively fun and satisfying for you to resurrect the Galactic Adventures line of comic book stories. You’ve been drawing comic books since at least as far back as 1984 when I remember you, me, and Tim creating comic books in middle school study hall. I was creating comic strips and fold up comic books until late 1990. I don’t know when Tim stopped. Well, he and Damon made that Killer Gumby comic book and actually had a print shop print multiple copies for sale. That was probably around 1989 or 1990…definitely before Damon went off into the U.S. Navy in June 1990. But I think it’s pretty awesome that you, Shadowwing Tronixx< have continued with the comic book/cartoon strip creation and been at it for over 30 years. Even though you haven't made a ton of money off the art creations, you can definitely say that you've had lots of fun and satisfaction from it all. Who knows…maybe at some point, something from your vast trove of creative properties will bring in some money for you. You never know when a certain comic book company might be interested in buying one of your concepts/ideas. But even if that doesn't happen, your comic book/cartoon strip creations have had many positive life benefits for you, Shadowwing.


  2. […] years, but as that was a “comic book” I did in a notebook for fun (I discussed it in an Art Soundoff), I’m not sure who had more pages. This was only the second comic I tried to put online. […]


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