I found a whole bunch more sketches to share with you!
Remember all those "Worst Case Scenario" handbooks from a few years back? Twords the tail end of that trend a Batman Handbook was released and Wizard decided to do an article on it, accompanied by several fake rejected entries from the book, which I illustrated. Three of them made it to print, but I did a whole bunch during the sketch stage. The color ones are the ones that actually saw print. If these drawings seems kind of stiff to you - you're right. I was attempting to match the drawing style of the actual book.
How to improvise interrogation techniques.
How to get a giant penny inside the Batcave.
I didn't understand this one at all - How to find a trustworthy mute hunchback mechanic.
How to Play Joel Schumacher damage-control.
How to fire your sidekick (this was my favorite one - bummer it didn't get picked for the final).
Here's another Batman-related image from a different job - there was some storyline where Batman's evil son (what?!) beat up Robin, stole his costume, then tried to kill Catwoman's baby (what? WHAT?!!!). On a completely unrelated topic, superhero comics are super-retarded. Anyways, Wizard told me "draw Evil Robin punching a baby in the face" which I thought was a little too violent, so I did some alternative takes that I thought were funnier, but they went with the punching one.
I'll post more if I find anything cool!