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She-Hulk Titania
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This is my very first Comic book Publication, printed way back in '94. Looks like Milehigh has some coppies if anyone is interested in making a purchase. I have to warn you though, it's horrible.

Press Oblivion
The Drawings of E.J. Morges

Friday, September 29, 2006

I just wanted to let everyone know that I have re-established the Press website

There you can find a gallery of my work where you can post comments and rate images.

I have also set up a Message board.

There's also a great feature in the Links area where you can add your own link to the site as well as a image banner, complete description of your site. brows other site additions and comment on your experience there and rate the site! All this in the links section!

Just about every aspect of the site is interactive and I hope that it will be a great time for everyone involved.

I'm still tweaking things here and there and I need to add descriptions to all of the images that I have posted thus far so over the next 2 weeks, everything should be shaping up well and I hope that you will join me.

Thanks guys!


Friday, September 15, 2006

Spider-Man & Contra-ban

So by looking at the last couple of entries, you might now that I am part of the Digital Webbing 2006 Draw-Off tournament. This is the third installment for round 3 of the Tournament and the assignment was "The Iron Spider drinking tea", to interpreted as loosely as we saw fit.

When I first saw this theme I cringed and cured Jamal for cramping my portfolio but I think that I was able to bend the theme enough to come up with a solid entry for this round.

The idea is, since Spider-Man has a new suit gifted to him by Iron Man what if Titanium Man were to do the same for the Scorpion? If they all were to find a need to tussle, what would they tussle over? Here I thought that the do-gooders would have somehow discovered that the Titanium Man & Scorpion were smuggling high tech fire arms in crates filled with tea bags. Throw the word Boston on one of the crates and you have a little historical reference, though not a very good one. (And Yes, Spider-Man's talons appear to be coming out of his Ass. That wasn't intentional but is damned funny!)

In the vein of trying to be consistent with an image that tells a little story as well as something that is pleasing to the eye, I took the same approach with this drawing, as with the last one, that I wanted to do something that was plausible in the universe of Spider-Man. I see that there are a lot of campy entries again for this theme and no that there's anything wrong with that especially given the nature of Spider-Man, but if you want to stand out in a crowd, you have to be unique to get noticed. I hope that this is enough to get me to round 4.

I finished Round 2 on top with 73 votes putting me 29 votes ahead of the second place entry. I was very shocked at the results considering the powerful entry by Ethan Write and the heavy competition brought on by the rest of the contestants. For those of you that participated in the voting, it was a hard fought battle by all. For those of you that voted for me, I really appreciate your coming out and making a difference.


Sunday, September 03, 2006

Have one on me Grievous!

I like Star Wars but I'm not really a huge fan. So when the next round assignment in the tournament offered up this scenario "Padamé & Grievous at a bar having a Drink", I about cried. This is a tough theme but it tests the ability of the illustrator to have the elements of the assignment and still come up with something interesting.

I noticed earlier in the week that other illustrators that had posted their assignments were running with a similar sort of campy/fun theme in their entries. This was my first thought as well when the assignment was posted but to see that so many went that route, I felt that changing direction would be more unique against the competition and the competition is very heavy in this round.

I like to try to tell a little bit of a story with what I do in these tournament drawings. With Thundarr I wanted there to be a reason for hisbarbaricc behavior and justification in killing the lizard-man. When I look at that drawing I start to play with the events that took place before the scene that tell the story of what may have happened to bring the characters to this point.

I wanted the same thing to happen in thisimage andd do something that might be moreplausiblee in the continuity of the Star Wars theme even though it doesn't jive with Star Wars actuality.

The addition of the Thundarr drawing in the background I thought would unify the entries of the two rounds well and pay homage to the decapitation theme that the two images have in common.

As always, let me know what you think! Oh and the voting for the last round went in my favor with 101 total votes for mine, leving me 24 ahead of the runner up. Not bad for a drawing I hated initially and didn't think anyone would vote for.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Thundarr the Barbarian!!!!!

"The year, 1994. From out of space comes a runaway planet, hurtling between the earth and the moon unleashing cosmic destruction. Man's civilization is cast in ruin. 2000 years later, earth is reborn. A strange new world rises from the old. A world of savagery, super-science and sorcery. But one man bursts his bonds to fight for justice. With his companions Ookla the Mok and Princess Ariel. He pits his strength, his courage and his fabulous Sun Sword against the forces of evil. He's Thundarr the Barbarian!"

I've entered the Digital Webbing draw-off tournament with over 100 contestants and 10 different groups.

The competition is fierce there and already the votes are on fire. Keep your fingers crossed for me.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Sketch Book Oblivion

Not yet available, but I'm working on it.

Monday, July 31, 2006

Regine Tribute: Warlord's confidant?

Regine a character that plays prominently in the Warlord comic book. I feel that she is the most interesting character in the comic thus far with her wavering loyalties and flaunted sexappeal she is bound to spell doom for the Warlord or herself as time passes.

As of the last 2 or 3 issues, Bart has been drawing her in this strap or band looking outfit and I just couldn't resist the urge to draw her. Here she is featured with Brovis, the antagonist of the story so far.

Saturday, July 29, 2006


Yup I'm going to open that door and see what walks in! If you're interested in something original from me and what's available in the store is either sold or not to your taste, get in touch with me ( and we'll work something out.

I do pencils only!

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possibleabout the drawing that you want and that you pay for half (½/50%) of the commission up front. If you need something like a car or a motorcycle, please include reference because I suck at drawing that stuff and it will be an additional cost to the drawing as if there were another character on the page so please be specific!

The Breakdown:


  • 1 Figure minimal background: $65
  • 2Figures minimal background: $80
  • 3 figures or More, we'll have to negotiate depending on detail and character complexity

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possible!


  • 1 Figure: $35
  • 2Figures: $50
  • 3 figures or More, we'll have to negotiate depending on detail and character complexity

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possible!

Commissioner will pay for shipping:
Shipping is through USPS and sent Priority Mail & insured for the value of the drawing, with a delivery confirmation. So you can expect to tack on another $5 to the total.

Payment Options:

PayPal: I would prefer that you use this option to pay. I feel that it is the fastest way to get the money issue out of the way. I request that the commissioner pay for ½ (50%) of the total purchase up front. After this has been done, and the payment clears, we can get started on your order, pending that there aren't too many orders ahead of yours.


Money Order: Commissioners can use this option as well though it will take longer and in this format, I request that the payment be made in full, including an additional $5 to cover the shipping costs. The Drawing will not start until I have received payment. Please eMail me for an address to send the Money Order to. No Personal Checks! You and I don't want to have to wait for the check to clear to get things rolling on your order.

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possible!

After the Money has been sent, I will eMail you with updates on the drawing in progress. It is at this time that you can make changes to your drawing within reason. More than 2 changes (this includes minor tweaking) to the drawing will cost you an Additional $20 for each revision after 2 changes. Please be as thorough as possible, I want to get it right the first time. . . . . So . . .

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possible!

Again, please be as thorough and descriptive as possible with your commission request so that I can better provide you with the drawing that you most desire. Send as much reference material as you think you will need to get your point across. . . . . So . . .

All that I ask is that you are as specific as possible!