So, while on vacation, I came up with this question: where do all the supervillains from comics get their customes from? One thing is to be one of the good guys and have help, but when you are an outlaw live is not easy, and it becomes harder if you have to mantain your image! Not everybody can sew, I can tell you!
So, from that idea came this fan-comic about the Dark Knight, done with a pencil and LOP (Loads Of Pattience). I hope you really like this, I sure had fun, and have other ideas in my head that may see the light...maybe on my next vacations. XD
EDIT: TaIlor, and not TaYlor, is the correct word as noticed, so I tried to patch the drawing with photshop's clone tool, and corrected the text.
Reminded me of the tailor in the Marvel universe though.
Not sure it was mentioned but there was a character in the Silver Age Flash comics who was a super villain tailor. Just a minor character who had most of the Rogues Gallery of the time in stock so they could buy off the rack.
About the end though, did he really see Batman's face? That'd have to be a pretty big risk, though I'm sure the tailor is trustworthy.
(The good kind, not the Joker kind ).
This comic has everything, pathos, humor, great writing, great scares, twist ending.
Happy ending ^_^.
This is a strip that I enjoyed very very much! Indeed, it could happen from a Batman short or TAS episode. The spirit, the style, the way it was told… everything in detail was just like from the series. I even had a voice for poor Mr. Bernstein, a very nice man with a mild-mannered, slightly high pitch scratchy voice, likable and very humble and proud of his work. And there I read the part of Batman with Kevin Conroy's voice, which made the it much more real. Please tell us more of those magnificant stories!
This was an awesome read.