Jaime. DC. Yay.

Who doesn’t want to see Jaime Hernandez draw DC superheroes? Besides DC Comics.

There’s some great stuff at the link; I think I’ve seen the “Maggie as Robin” thing before in a Love and Rockets sketchbook section. The era of being excited about an indie creator–or indie-minded creator–doing mainstream work is, quite unfortunately, over. I used to be thrilled whenever someone conned Michael Lark into doing superheroes (Gotham Central, be still my beating heart) and such, but seeing eighties Jaime DC art? Still awesome.

I need to email that Namor and Aquaman one to the post author. You can never have too much Jaime.

In the very early 1980s, before Jaime Hernandez first published Love and Rockets as an independent comic book, he did some spot illustrations for Fantagraphics….
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