Mikenificent’s Final Sprite Comic: How Mike P Stole Easter

After last time, I was fairly shook. Ice Climbers Do Whatever, a comic I made in high school at the turn of the millennium, didn’t hold up as well as I thought it did! I was able to pin-point the exact moment that things went from being fun to sort of a slog and itContinue reading “Mikenificent’s Final Sprite Comic: How Mike P Stole Easter”

The Question

Jeff Keane sat at his drawing board and looked at the bizarre image of what was supposed to be his mother and thought, “Did my mom look like that? Was she a lively and vivacious young woman?” He paused, his pen pressed to paper, and realized with horror, “We killed that version of her.” ForContinue reading “The Question”

Fictochat: First Impressions about Morbius

Lord Mikenificent: Hello everyone, I’m Lord Mikenificent. Trevor Thomson: And I’m Trevor Thomson. LM: And we’re here to talk about the trailer for Morbius, which dropped a few days ago. For those of you unfamiliar, Morbius the Living Vampire first popped up in Amazing Spider-Man #101 where he fought the six-armed Spider-Man and then wouldn’tContinue reading “Fictochat: First Impressions about Morbius”

Ice Climbers Do Whatever: Mikenificent’s Sprite Comic Opus

In my time as a sprite comic artist, I only really did five stories of various lengths. Last time, you saw my shortest efforts. This one was my longest effort, a joint effort between me and a former friend that included a number of upgrades in writing, art, and formatting. Lessons learned were put toContinue reading “Ice Climbers Do Whatever: Mikenificent’s Sprite Comic Opus”

Mikenificent’s Self-Indulgent Sprite Comic Shorts

It’s time once again to a foray into my initial online comic offerings. While it could be argued that all of my webcomics have been self-indulgent, these two in particular stick out. The first because it never really needed to exist, and the second because I began introducing original characters that weren’t simply sprites. ThisContinue reading “Mikenificent’s Self-Indulgent Sprite Comic Shorts”

Alan Moore No More

Alan Moore is literally no more.  Well, not so much literally as literarily.  In 2016, Moore revealed to The Guardian that he intended to retire from writing comic books with the end of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.  And that last issue was published July 17, 2019.  The end.  I hate to have to do this, but I must challengeContinue reading “Alan Moore No More”

Carafe and the Rise of Perverto

In the early days of 2010, Brian Russell came to me with an idea: a comic in which we (as well as some other comic creators) could just kind of mess around! It sounded like a splendid idea, and so Carafe was born. At the time, I was still using my computer generated art soContinue reading “Carafe and the Rise of Perverto”

Wild Packs & Cloned Lovers: The Spider-Man Franchise You Didn’t See – Finale

Part Three: Silver Sable to the Rescue, Living Vampires, & Clones Run Amok So here we are folks, ready to make a home run as we wrap up the journey through a Spider-Verse that never was, at least in this particular form. In Part One, we made note of the Venom solo film’s 1 yearContinue reading “Wild Packs & Cloned Lovers: The Spider-Man Franchise You Didn’t See – Finale”

Maximum Carnage Inbound: The Spider-Man Franchise You Didn’t See

Part Two: The Road to Sinister Alliances, the Year 2099, & Carnage And now folks, we’re going to start getting into the nitty gritty of where Spider-Man, as played by actor Andrew Garfield, would’ve been headed as the lead of his own cinematic universe. It’s important to note that the pop culture trends I spokeContinue reading “Maximum Carnage Inbound: The Spider-Man Franchise You Didn’t See”

Mikenificent’s Spooktacular Webcomic: Count Pikachu

Since we’re in the midst of a Fictosphere Spooktacular, I figured I’d dredge up my second webcomic story which is, coincidentally, horror themed! As you can see from the logo above, it concerns a vampirized Pikachu. Unlike my first webcomic, this one wasn’t a spin-off of anything and is honestly a lot better. There’s aContinue reading “Mikenificent’s Spooktacular Webcomic: Count Pikachu”