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Eric Lamont
Puerto Rico
There is an entire universe in my head.

A wondrous place, where men and women gain amazing powers, don colorful costumes, and set out on fantastic adventures.

My only regret in life is that I will not live long enough to make each idea into a reality.

You can find and follow Legacy Brand Comics™ on:
After a creative block that lasted longer than any I've ever experienced, I'm suddenly free of it, and find myself full of the creative fire that had been absent.

I'm undertaking projects on all fronts.
Creating, Writing, Drawing, Coloring, Lettering, Editing, and Publishing.
Many different hats are required. (Would be much easier if I were a multi-headed hydra!)
Here's a brief glimpse at what's in the works:

The Old:
Completed the script and breakdowns for the second part of a La Gata story that was started in the 1989!…
'Night of The Cat' (part 2) finds the fledgling, feline heroine in trouble, when the villain Crackhead infects her with his drug-touch!, but a special guest-star may be able to save the day. The story ties-in to events in The Young Defenders.

The New:
Working on two new projects for Mythic ('Pyramids on Main Street' and 'Mythic Proportions').
Having loads of fun building his universe bit by bit.

The Borrowed:
For the story 'Mythic Proportions', I will introduce a team that borrows their concept directly from the Fantastic Four and The Doom Patrol.  
I will also be borrowing some ideas from the Public Domain to rework into brand new characters.
Currently working on U.S. Sam (based on the PD character Uncle Sam) and Doc Steele (based on the PD character Doc Strange).

The Blue:
The "blue" of course refers to the ongoing adventures of Blue Bug!

He will continue to appear as the lead story in 'Double Feature Comics', as well as in special solo issues. Specifically, 'Bug Hunt' which bridges the gap between his appearance in 'The Arcadia Anthology' and 'Double Feature Comics'.
Also a cross-company Blue Bug team-up with Pharaoh (from Elektrika Studios) is in the works.

I'd also like to incorporate more elements of Monster, Horror, and Western genres into my superhero universe in the future.

Glad to be back on a positive and productive creative path.

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terminus70 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
thanx for the fav!!!
hdub7 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2015  Professional Artist
Thanks for the :+fav: :D
JWatson Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2015  Student General Artist
Just wanted to say thanks for the watch over the years. Hope you enjoy the pic i did of your characters.
xtl Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015
Thank you very much for the fav!
guiron Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Thanks for the Fave :)
kentcj Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2015  Professional General Artist
thanks for the fave:) (Smile) 
PJToon75 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Your Legacy Hero Comics is the stuff that comic books are made of. This is first-rate, classic, 60's Marvel Stan Lee type of retro great Ness wrapped up in a neat little independent package. Great artwork, wonderful characters, and a sense of humor adds up to a true comic book experience. Please keep up the good work! P.S. My favorite superheroes are Mystic and the Blue Bug. The female superheroines aren't that bad either.
LegacyHeroComics Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2015
Wow! Thanks for the awesome comment, PJT!

It pleases me to know that the feeling and fun that I've set out to evoke, within my little corner of the comic book universe, comes across (and resonates) with readers.
There's definitely more of it to come!

Thanks again for taking the time to comment.
It really made my day!

I plan to run reader comments in the back of my printed comics.
If/When your comment appears in a Legacy Lettercol, I'll be sure to send you a copy of that particular issue.
Just inbox (or e-mail) me your mailing address.
BrandonNielsen87 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015
Artists! There's a good chance we're going to lose the rights to our work unless we stop legislation that's being proposed to congress. This has the potential to infect every country in the world. We need your help to stop this as soon as possible! Brad Holland is an expert in this new legislation and explains why artists worldwide will suffer if our current copyright law is replaced by the new proposals.

Submit your letter here!

Sample letters from other artists:

Illustrators’ Partnership Blog:

IPA Artists Alert

To sign-up for IPA Artists Alert

Copyright Office page where comments must be submitted online:

4 articles written about this:

Trojan Horse: Orphan Works and the War on Authors
by Brad Holland

Orphan Works Legislation—A Bad Deal for Artists
by Bruce Lehman, Esq.

Perfect and Strengthen Your Copyrights
by Cynthia Turner

Artists’ Rights are Human Rights
By Chris Castle

VIDEO: An Evening with Bruce Lehman
Webcast presentation from Society of Illustrators (SI)
New York - February 21, 2008
Sponsored by ASIP And SI
Q & A about illustrators' reprographic rights and their right to remuneration.…

Orphan Works Roundtable
Conducted by the Small Business Administration
Salmagundi Art Club, New York, NY
Initiated by the Illustrators’ Partnership of America, the Artists Rights Society and the Advertising Photographers of America, and conducted by Tom Sullivan, Director of the Office of Advocacy of the US Small Business Administration. This was the first effort to assess the economic impact of the Orphan Works Acts H.R. 5889 and S. 2913 on creators and small businesses. Seventeen distinguished panelists spoke, all freelance working artists and stakeholders who would be directly impacted by this proposed legislation. Six 3’x4’ exhibit panels demonstrated orphan work infringements.
Presenter Bio
Presenters submitted written statements to IPA after the meeting. We compiled these into notebooks and distributed 14 notebooks of SBA Orphan Works Roundtable statements to key members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.
WonderMuddle Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015
Thanks for the fave!
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