Monday, May 10, 2021


So I recently got Clip Studio Paint and wanted to test it out by drawing something. I immediately found myself drawing Invincible for some reason and this was the result.

You can buy this print here.

Friday, March 12, 2021

Commission: Superman vs Toyman

A recent commission I did for a client who wanted me to draw it in the Curt Swan style, which was a lot of fun for me since I'm a huge Swan fan. It's basically Superman rescuing the kid from DC Comics Presents 67 from the Toyman.

For Superman's pose, I used many old Swan Superman comics for reference. For Superman's facial expression, I used a Curt Swan Superman model sheet that I found on the Internet.

The client was so happy with the commission that he commissioned another one in the same style when I sent him a work in progress!

Friday, January 8, 2021

Hosny Al-Borazan

Here's a portrait of Hosny Al-Borazan drawn and colored by me. I also made a collage out of all the Syrian TV character portraits that I have drawn so far.

Hosny Al-Borazan is a Syrian TV and movie character that was popular in the sixties and seventies and appeared on many sitcoms including the hit sitcom Sah El Nom. The character was played by the late Syrian actor Nihad Kalai.

You can buy the prints here:

Sunday, July 5, 2020

Portrait Commissions

Two recent commissions I did for a client who wanted his portrait to be drawn in the style of my Abu Antar portrait. I'm really happy that my portrait of Abu Antar turned out to be such a success!

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Spider-Man Meets the TMNT

Pencils, inks and colors by Me.

While watching the 2012 TMNT show the other day I suddenly realized that the Turtles never crossed paths with Spidey although they live in the same city. An idea popped into my head and this happened! I also took the opportunity to redesign Spidey and the Turtles, so this is my own version of the characters.

You can buy this print here.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Yassin Bakoush

So I finally got around to drawing and coloring another Syrian TV character portrait in my own comic-book style. This time I chose to draw Yassin Bakoush.

Yassin Bakoush was a Syrian actor who rose to fame in the early seventies after playing a likeable but naive hotel concierge on the sitcom Sah El Nom. His character on the show was also called Yassin Bakoush. Apparently, the show producers thought the actor's real name was funny enough so they didn't think it was necessary to change it.

You can buy this print here.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Brandon Routh As Kingdom Come Superman

After watching Crisis on Infinite Earths I just had to draw this. As you can see, I started off with a black background but then decided against it.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Put on a Happy Face

A commission for a friend who wanted me to draw her brother with Joaquin Phoenix's Joker. I've also made the Joker illustration available as a print for those interested. You can buy it here.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

John Wick

I recently watched John Wick: Chapter 3 and, needless to say, had to draw this.
You can buy this print here.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

The Last Son of Krypton

So I recently found another great Superman sketch by the late Curt Swan and had to ink and color it.

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Commission: Portrait

A recent commission I did for a friend for his friend's birthday.

I am charging $50 for fully colored comic book style portrait commissions and $25 for black-and-white ones FOR A LIMITED TIME! Email me now if interested.

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Commission: Wonder Woman to the Rescue!

This is an old commission I did several months ago. The client wanted me to redraw this old panel but with Ben Affleck's Batman, Stephen Amell's Green Arrow and Falk Hentschel's Hawkman tied up in a lab while Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman came to rescue them.

I was never really satisfied with the way it came out which is why I didn't post it sooner. I finally decided to post it after I touched it up today since I had nothing better to do. Still not 100% satisfied with it though.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Abu Kalabsha

So after posting Abu Antar's comic-book style portrait that I painted last year, I was asked by many to do more portraits of other Syrian TV characters in the same style. That's why I finally decided to do Abu Kalabsha!

Abu Kalabsha was introduced in the early seventies on the sitcom Sah El Nom as a police commissioner who always boasted about his detective skills but was almost always outsmarted by the show's main protagonist, Ghawwar. Abu Kalabsha was played by the late Syrian actor Abdul Latif Fathi.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Commission: Super Saiyan James Harden

The client wanted me to draw a Super Saiyan James Harden charging up, with a Kami's Lookout that holds the Houston skyline in the background. He wanted the entire thing to be in the style of an actual DBZ cartoon/illustration.

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Batfleck and the Bomb

I'm a huge fan of Ben Affleck's Batman and I really enjoyed the Justice League movie but I just could not resist drawing this.
You can buy this print here or here.

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Up, Up and Away!

I recently found this great Superman sketch by the late Curt Swan and decided to ink and color it since I have nothing better to do these days. I colored it in a sort of retro style to give it that 70s look.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Abu Antar

Abu Antar is a TV character that was portrayed by the late Syrian actor Naji Jaber and was one of my favorite TV characters growing up. Abu Antar was introduced in the early seventies on the sitcom Sah El Nom as a typical Damascene thug who always relied on brawn to get his way. The character was a huge success and soon became very popular throughout the Arab World as a symbol of strength and humor.

This portrait that I painted in a superhero comic-book style is my way of paying homage to the character.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Batman vs Killer Croc

I thought it might be cool if Batman ran into Killer Croc in the jungle, plus I wanted to redesign the Batsuit.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Batman on a Gargoyle

Just felt like drawing the Bronze Age Batman on a gargoyle.