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The Mark Of Batman

An infographic for HalloweenCostumes.com tracing the evolution of the emblem worn on Batman’s chest. A companion piece to The Shield Of Superman.

This differs from The Logos Of Batman, which focused on shapes that appeared on covers as logos, but that Batman never wore (mixed in with a few movie/TV emblems that he did wear).

You can see the unsliced version here.

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Comparing the IMDb user ratings and box office grosses of movies with four installments. (Created for Shirts.com. Single image version here.)

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A comprehensive chart documenting variations in my excitement level regarding the creation of a third Ghostbusters film. Completely scientific, I assure you.

A comprehensive chart documenting variations in my excitement level regarding the creation of a third Ghostbusters film. Completely scientific, I assure you.

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The first 25 years of X-Men roster changes.

I wanted to post the full version here, but there’s too much history to fit into a single Tumblr post. View the full 50 years here!

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From Ditko to Romita to McFarlane to Bagley (and beyond), an infographic illustrating how Spider-Man’s primary costume has changed since 1962

Created for HalloweenCostumes.com. Get the unsliced version here.

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Metal Gear Infographic

Created for HalloweenCostumes.com.

(View the unsliced image here.)

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A comparison of in-game Lara Croft to her box art from 1996 to now, compiled for HalloweenCostumes.com.

View the unsliced version here.

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I attempt my best Doc Brown impression in this T-Shirts.com infographic comparing our upcoming 2015 to the one in Back To The Future Part II.

It designed & illustrated by Kate Lemke, who also designed this Alice In Wonderland character mapKate Horvat rounds out Team Kate, as we like to call ourselves. Or as I like to call ourselves. To…no one.

Get the un-sliced version here.

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Assassin Attire: The Ever-Changing Style Of Assassin’s Creed

An infographic I designed for HalloweenCostumes.com, written by Joe Riska. You can see the full unsliced version here.

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I was recently interviewed about the Wolverine infographic for a marketing blog run by Buddy Scalera, who was previously a writer/editor for Wizard Magazine, a writer of Deadpool, and the author of a series of photo reference books for comic artists.

Read part one.

Read part two.