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About Digital Art / Hobbyist Core Member Wherever you go, there you are.Male/United States Group :iconanimelanterns: AnimeLanterns
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$20 for single characters with color.
$10 without color, $5 for pencil only.
+$5 for additional characters.

$50 for b/w comic pages.
$100 for color comic pages.

Or donate to my Patreon for any amount you want:

If I go to make new art prints to sell at cons, what should they be about? Suggestions necessary, inspire me. 

20 deviants said Teen Titans
5 deviants said Doctor Who
3 deviants said Green Lantern
3 deviants said Avengers/Marvel Universe
2 deviants said Legend of Korra/Last Airbender
2 deviants said Suicide Squad
1 deviant said Other
No deviants said Attack on Titan

Journal History


After a few brief blackouts, as I was switching over to pc to edit my new page, I found the damn thing wouldn’t come on. It’s a little early to declare it a lost cause, but for the time being I have to declare that my pc, which I’ve had for an obscene number of years, has finally died. Seriously, this thing has data on it from my earliest days on DeviantART, it is so old.

Now, I might be able to finish this week’s page on a friend’s pc, but I’m going to need a new computer, and unfortunately I’m at a period in my life where my income is not disposable.

If you want to help me, you can donate some money to my Ko-Fi Page at, which will entitle you to a commission. 

$10= sketch/ink (+$5 for each extra character)
$25= Color (+$10 for each extra character)
$100= comic page


Wherever you go, there you are.
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
I don't always draw comics, but when I do, there's nothing I'd rather be doing.



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Can I ask for a request?
What-the-Gaff Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, you can ask. I generally prefer to work for Commission, but if I like the idea enough, I might do something about it. 
Kronos2501 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the :+devwatch:
ultimate-hedgehog Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks so much for the fav!! c:
What-the-Gaff Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem, thanks for showing an interest in the Homeroom. Be aware that it will resume this month.
Frostbite883 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2017
DAFrostbite's Question: Can I ask you a few questions that have to with MCU's Iron Man and Hulk?
What-the-Gaff Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of course you can. 
Frostbite883 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2017
If the Marvel Cinematic Universe's versions of Iron Man and The Hulk had existed in the DC Extended Universe instead of The Batman and Superman, how effective would those two characters be in dealing with anything bad there?

Could things go smoothly for them if their allies (Pepper Potts, Betty Ross, James Rhodes, Samuel Sterns, Happy Hogan, etc) were with them in the DCEU?

Can things get better for IM and Hulk after they would bring down their biggest enemies (Obadiah Stane, Abomination, Whiplash, etc)?

And finally, what happens if Tony Stark tries to form a super hero team on his own (after blackmailing Waller into giving him the files on the metahumans she knew about)....ESPECIALLY when it comes to recruiting Bruce Banner?

Note: The IM and Hulk characters in that alternate universe scenario will be the ones from the Phase One MCU films excluding Black Widow and Nick Fury as their roles will be taken by Katana and Amanda Waller, all the Batman and Superman chars won't exist in the alt. 'verse scenario and Tony and Bruce's home cities here will be Metropolis and Gotham City respectively (with Tony being born and raised in Metro' while Bruce would had lived in Gotham).
What-the-Gaff Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think Stark and Banner are completely ill suited to fill in the roles of Batman and Superman. Stark would suffocate trying to spend his considerable firepower obsessively cleaning up street crime in one American city. He doesn’t have the attention span or the drive to follow through on a mission like that, he’d only ever show up when Joker or one of the other rogues break out of Arkham, and I don’t think he’d tolerate that for long before using his government contacts to get them transferred to some SuperMax prison in the middle of nowhere, of which the DCU has a fair share (we don’t know yet if the DCEU does, because world building is sadly not their strongest area). And he’d probably die the first time he met Poison Ivy, that guy cannot say no to a nice piece of ass.

And while you could debate endlessly about whether or not the Hulk is stronger than Superman (which I firmly believe he is not), Banner is hopelessly incapable of serving Superman’s role in the DCEU, to say nothing of Metropolis. Superman is a role model, Banner is a self-described time bomb. He’d destroy Metropolis every time he tried to save it, it’d be like the Battle of Metropolis everyday. Banner would never risk it, he’d sooner flee to the desert than try settling down in a major American city.

And that’s just if they tried to do Batman and Superman’s jobs. As for assembling a super team, it’d probably never happen. Banner avoids socializing with anyone out of fear of losing control, he’s an extreme introvert, so basically the opposite of Superman, and Stark, as of phase one, is too self obsessed to even consider gathering allies, he didn’t even want to work with Rhodes before he stole his suit. Fury gathered the Avengers, Waller would rely on Task Force X, because that’s how she approaches these things, through coercion.

The Justice League/Avengers would never happen if Stark and Banner existed in place of Batman and Superman. These characters are suited to the worlds they live in.
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Frostbite883 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017
Marvel AU Questions: If Scarlet Spider/Ben Reilly was never killed by the Green Goblin, as well as never ending up being deteriorated by his unstable genes, do you think over time Spider-Man/Peter Parker would see Scarlet/Ben as a son (considering Ben's his clone)? Also, do you see both Peter and Ben jokingly refer to themselves as a father and son duo and play at the whole father-son bit with comments like those below here?  

Spidey: Now, Ben, don't forget to brush your teeth. Bright and shiny teeth results in happy smiles.  

Scarlet: Ha, ha! Sure thing, dad.  

Note: This scenario has to do with the the mainstream Marvel Comics comic book versions of Peter Parker and Ben Reilly.
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