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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary

Here's a fan art ilustration I made to celebrate 75 years of Wonder Woman.

Princess Diana of Themyscira a.k.a. Diana Prince a.k.a. Wonder Woman, first appeared in "All Star Comics" #8 in December 1941 published by DC Comics and created by the American psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston and drawn by H. G. Peter.

My favorite rendition of the warrior princess of the Amazons is definitely Lynda Carter's from the 70's TV show, but I also love Bruce Timm's Wonder Woman from the Justice League animated series.

So it's hard to pick just one inspiration for the character, but I tried to focus on the constants. Which are: Wonder Woman is gifted with awesome super powers and battle skills, and she possesses an arsenal of weapons, including a pair of indestructible bracelets, a tiara (yes, she can throw it at you as a projectile), and the Lasso of Truth, which she uses to force bad guys to speak only the truth... or in this case suspicious birthday cakes.

This was also my submission for this year's Comic-Con International Souvenir Book.

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Imperator Furiosa and The Wives

I fucking loved 'Mad Max: Fury Road'!!! Max is not even the main character in this movie, that title goes to Imperator Furiosa. She's the woman of action. Also kicking ass, the five wives: Toast the Knowing, The Splendid Angharad, Capable, The Dag, and Cheedo the Fragile.  Thank you, George Miller, for making this incredible film!

One last thought: Whenever you're complaining about your age, just remember that a 70-year-old dude made 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and it was awesome.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

75th Anniversary of Robin, The Joker, and Catwoman

Had a lot of fun making this doodle for the 75th Anniversary of Robin, The Boy Wonder, who joined Batman's comic book adventures in 1940, and also The Joker and Catwoman, the Dynamic Duo's first major villains.  I love "Batman: The Animated Series" so I always go back to that masterpiece of a TV show for inspiration.  

This was my submission for the 2015 Comic-Con Souvenir Book.

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Friday, November 28, 2014

El Chapulín Colorado - R.I.P. Chespirito

Here's a tribute to the greatest Mexican superhero of all time, El Chapulín Colorado (before you say El Santo, he didn't have any super powers and El Chapulín did... well... sorta.  He self medicated on "chiquitolina" pills, which made him shrink to the size of a grasshopper and... I think that's about it). This character was part of a Mexican television comedy series that ran from 1972 to 1981. El Chapulín Colorado was the inspiration for Bumblebee Man on "The Simpsons" and I have to say, it was also a huge influence for creating the Chorizo Bandit character on my cómic "Nerdmigos." He was created by comedian Chespirito (Roberto Gómez Bolaños) who recently passed away, leaving an unforgetable body of work, funny characters and good times.  He will definitely be missed.

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

The X-Files: Mulder and Scully

The X-Files Mulder and Scully by IAMO

Here's a tribute to one of my favorite TV shows from the 90's: "The X-Files", featuring FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

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Whenever I think about "The X-Files", I can't help but remember the 1997 "The Simpsons" episode, "The Springfield Files" because agents Mulder & Scully showed up as guest stars, but also because 'Star Wars' (my favorite movie of all time) and Pearl Jam (my favorite band of all time) are referenced.  

That was three of my favorite things referenced in one single "The Simpsons" episode!!! Isn't that awesome?

Well, I thought is was awesome.

(You're no fun).

Oh, here's another "X-Files" reference I remember from an episode of "Eek! The Cat" where Mulder & Scully:

Does anyone remember that? :)


What's your favorite "The X-Files" episode?

Monday, July 21, 2014


The internet exploded recently when Babs Tarr and +Cameron Stewart delivered a brand-new Batgirl redesign for +DC Entertainment.  

Their new design is so wonderful and cool, I just had to make my own doodle and join the party.  She was a lot of fun to draw and color.

Congratulations to Babs and Cameron for their awesome work!

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn Fan Art by IAMO

Bonita, pero loquita.

Here's a Harley Quinn doodle.  I don't think I've ever drawn Harley before.  But I love the character and I'm a big fan of "Batman: The Animated Series" where she was introduced.  So, anyway, here she is, in all her Mad Love psycho glory, Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, a.k.a. Harley Quinn.

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Color My Harley Challenge!!!

Want to take a crack at coloring my Harley? I would love to see your version! Send it to and I'll publish it here at the end of the month :)  Click HERE to download the line art.



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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Batman 75th Anniversary

Wow! My favorite comic book character of all time turns 75 years this month!!!

Batman, originally referred to as "the Bat-Man, was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger.  He first appeared in Detective Comics #27 back in 1939 and has been kicking ass ever since.

I made this fan art for Batman's 75th anniversary, trying to keep it simple, since my favorite versions of the character are very bold and not complex.

Here's my favorite Batman stuff:

Favorite Interpretation of the Batman: Batman: The Animated Series
Favorite Villian: Harley Quinn + Poison Ivy + Catwoman
Favorite Batman Movie: The Dark Knight
Favorite Version Of The Batmobile: The Tumbler
Favorite Bat Story: The Dark Knight Returns

Which are your favorites?

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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Sky Doll: Noa

Here's my fan art of Noa from the fantastic Italian comic book series 'Sky Doll' by Alessandro Barbucci and Barbara Canepa.

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What's your favorite 'Sky Doll' moment?


Thursday, May 30, 2013

Slave Leia - Return of the Jedi 30th Anniversary

Well, before I say goodbye to the month of May, I want to say happy 30th Anniversary to one of my favorite movies of all time: 'Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi' :) So, here's Princess Leia.  I remembered that she was wearing that metal bikini against her will, so, that's why she looks pissed of.

Also, this is the first time I document a work in progress.  If you're interested, you can see the process at my Behance page.

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Monday, April 29, 2013

Pee-wee Herman

I was asked to draw my favorite character from a Tim Burton movie.  So, here's Pee-wee Herman from 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' :)

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Adventure Time's Marceline

A Marceline fan art just because I love Cartoon Network's "Adventure Time" :)

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Superman - 75th Anniversary

Back in 1938, writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster created Superman, a fictional character that helped create the superhero genre, and also, in essence, the modern comic book industry. For his 75th anniversary, I made this tribute to that first issue of Action Comics #1.

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich + Fussible Fan Art!

I'm very happy with how this piece turned out.  I really took my time with this one, learning new techniques, so I could give it that vintage Hermanos Almada b-movie silkscreen poster feel.  Like many other people, coming from Tijuana, I'm very proud of these guys and their work.  If somebody asked me why I made this drawing, I would say, because a) I fucking miss my hometown, and b) Nortec's music reminds me of Tijuana all the time.  So, this one goes out to Tijuana and Bostich + Fussible, who just finished an intense tour in Northeast Mexico. Cheers!

Me gustó mucho como quedó esta pieza.  La verdad sí me tomé mi tiempo, aprendiendo nuevas técnicas, para poder darle ese aspecto de cartel de serigrafía de una película de serie B de los Hermanos Almada.  Como muchas otras personas de Tijuana, yo estoy muy orgulloso de estos vatos y de su trabajo.  Si alguien me preguntara por qué hice este dibujo, yo diría, porque a) extraño a mi ciudad natal, chingado, y b) la música de Nortec siempre me recuerda a Tijuana.  Así que este dibujo está dedicado a Tijuana y a Bostich + Fussible, que acaban de terminar una gira intensiva en el noreste de México. ¡Salud!

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

G.I. Joe Action Figure Repair Kit

For today's Grafo del Día theme: "Childhood Toys."

Para el tema de Grafo del Día de hoy: "Juguetes de la infancia".

Thursday, April 26, 2012

I Am Street Fighter: Chun-Li

Fan art for the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter featuring Chun-Li.

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Thursday, April 19, 2012

50 Years of Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor, Ant-Man, & Iron Man

Spider-Man Hulk Thor Ant-Man Iron Man 50th Anniversary fan art

Wow! 50 Years! Five of my all-time favorite MARVEL super heroes are turning 50 this year!

They were all very fun to draw.  I was thinking "Saturday Morning Cartoons."

I was told that the traditional sound of Iron Man's repulsors is "Shrak!!!"  I didn't know that, so, I used a traditional laser sound.

Well, you always learn something new.  And new skills, too.  Like I did while making this doodle.  This is one of my first attempts at drawing vector line art in Adobe Illustrator (although, as always, I traced the lines over my pencil sketch).  I used a combination of brushes and pen tool fills.  I was very happy with the result.  Then, I experimented with some coloring and shading techniques that I had never tried before in Adobe Photoshop.  Coloring Iron Man was particularly a challenge.

Let me know what you think of this doodle and help yourself to a free hi-res download at my deviantART page!

Cheers to the Birthday Boys!

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Empire's End

I  loved to draw Stormtroopers, ever since I was a kid.  This is the first time I have ever done a vector line art.  The mighty Netox was kind enough to do the coloring for this one.

Desde chico me ha gustado dibujar Stormtroopers.  Esta es la primera vez que trazo un dibujo en vectores.  El gran Netox me hizo el gran favor de colorear esta pieza.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Pearl Jam: The Kids Are Twenty

Pearl Jam The Kids Are Twenty PJ20 by IAMO

I really wanted to draw something to celebrate +Pearl Jam’s 20th anniversary.  The title is a reference to The Who’s 'The Kids Are Alright' (1979) rockumentary and it’s also the title for the alternate version of Cameron Crowe’s film, ‘Pearl Jam Twenty’ (2011).  The concept is an homage to John Holmstrom and Gus McDonald‘s cover art for the Ramones' 'Road To Ruin' (1978).  And yeah, I listened to a lot of Pearl Jam, The Who, and Ramones while drawing it.  This doodle was featured in Golpeavisa’s Viernes de Ilustración: Musical art jam, which was a lot of fun to be part of.

Tenía muchas ganas de dibujar algo para celebrar el 20 aniversario de Pearl Jam. El título es una referencia al rockumental de The Who, 'The Kids Are Alright' (1979) y también es el título de la versión alterna de la película de Cameron Crowe, 'Pearl Jam Twenty' (2011). El concepto es un homenaje al are de portada por  John Holmstrom and Gus McDonald para el disco 'Road To Ruin’ (1978) de Ramones.  Y si, escuché mucho a Pearl Jam, The Who, y Ramones cuando lo dibuje.  Este dibujo fue incluido en el art jam Viernes de Ilustración: Musical de Golpeavisa, en el cual me dio mucho gusto participar.

I also put together these posters for each character:

También hice estos posters para cada personaje:


Friday, June 3, 2011

Ooh Yeah! (R.I.P. Macho Man)

Aside from his distinctively deep and raspy voice, and his "Ooh yeah!" catch phrase, what I most remember about this childhood icon was the KA-POW-pimp-slap explosion of color when he hit the ring. That is what I was aiming for with this tribute fan art for "Macho Man" Randy Savage. So, I apologize for any eye or vision damage this has already caused. Sorry.

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