YEAH! Bravoman's 25th anniversary kicked off back on Monday, May 20th this week(which was also my boif'day!)
What all happened for Bravoman?
Well, there was a comic celebrating the occassion: [link]
(written by *MattMoylan
with fantastic artwork by ~D-Gee
Oh, and a little 'ol cartoon series for Bravoman premiered over on ShiftyLook's website/YouTube account: [link]
(be sure to check it out if you haven't! It's got the voice-over talent of Rob Paulsen, Romi Dames, and Dee Bradley Baker on it! Also Matt and Dax worked on it too so you should run over to their dA pages, +watch them, and congratulate them on the series--- if'n y'all like it of course! I know I do! THAT OPENING THEME IS BY RANDY -monkeyflippin- ROGEL! AAH! ALL THAT AWESOME. Also, the ending theme by Area11 is stuck in my HEAAADDDD)
ANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNND, finally, they've been showcasing artwork by Bravo/ShiftyLook contributers!
This piece, here, is the one that I did and was the image to kick off the anniversary tribute art showcased at ShiftyLook's website([link]
I did a guest strip a while back in strip #125 ([link]
; I used the oldie-Bravoman style but opted to do, like, a "colored" version of them- with Anti-Bravo! There are three little easter eggs on the clothes line- the torn shirt to the left is Rick's(from the original Splatterhouse arcade game), the middle shirt is from Gee Bee(Namco's first arcade release, I believe), and the right is the color of Mark's shirt from the first level of Monster Party. I just needed clothes on a clothesline and figured these were good choices! I wanted to put up articles of clothing from the other Bravo crew, but I wanna do an old-timey Bravoman crew line-up where I can design their oldies-selves properly!)
"Iiiii donn't waaanna beee a heeeerrrooooooo~oooh! I just wanna do SOOOOOMETHIN' RIIIIIGHT, stretch my arms and brrriiiing the fiiii~ght!"