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Unreleased Stealth/Demon Universe crossover

Check out an exclusive, previously unreleased Stealth crossover into the world of Jamar Logan’s Demon Universe right now on the Stealth Facebook page, courtesy of the awesome Mr. Logan himself-

For those not familiar, Demon Universe was a super cool online comic (that’s what we called them back then) that partly inspired me to create Stealth as an online comic. Jamar stopped it some years back but I hear he’s got something in the works for later this year…

The Raven

I continue to be amazed at what people are able to accomplish with limited resources thanks to modern technology. Also posted on my Tumblr.

Summary: Chris Black possesses a power that could lead to the destruction of the current regime, and they will stop at nothing to destroy him. The chase is on as Chris runs for his life in this sci-fi thriller set in an alternate and futuristic Los Angeles.

Director : Ricardo de Montreuil
Producers: Ricardo de Montreuil & Eliz Eskeranli
Writers: Ricardo de Montreuil & Antonio Perez
Cinematographer: Andres Sanchez
Composer: Angelo Milli
Special Effects Supervisor: Aaron Burns
3D Modeling and Animation: Juan Somarriba and Francisco Concha
Visual Effects and Compositing: Ricardo de Montreuil
Editing: Ricardo de Montreuil
Color Correction: Santiago Padilla
Sound Design and Mixing: Martin Seltzer
Budget: $5k
Format: RED 1920×1080
Special thanks: Filmosonido, CO3 and Converse

You can find concept drawings, 3D models and production stills at THE RAVEN facebook site:


HTML Comics

Also posted on my Tumblr. Saw this posted on Rich Johnston’s Bleeding Cool, apparently its an ad-hoc library for old comics. Interesting idea but I’m not sure how solid the protective measures are, seems people have already figured out how to retrieve images from the cache. That being said, this seems like an idea that would be worth exploring for someone (or a coalition of someones) with the resources to really take it to another level.

Jim Cameron’s Spider-Man “scriptment”, with storyboards

Also posted on my Tumblr, courtesy of Bleeding Cool. This is neat, I’m sure most of you are familiar with the Cameron Spider-Man movie “scriptment” but the storyboards are a new and interesting treat to me. The site itself is a bit confusing to navigate at first but it’s a quick adjustment. Back when I was in the early days of doing Stealth, this “scriptment” was arguably one of my biggest influences, I loved the way Cameron took the original Spidey story and put something of a modern edge to it- that influence can really be seen in the next series of “issues” after the origin.