Stanley looks shifty, like a guy who knows a guy who could get something illegal done for you.Panosian more than lives up to his reputation in SLOTS, drawing some of the most beautiful women and men you'll see in comics.Originally from the Old Pueblo, Henry Barajas works for Top Cow Productions and sells doughnuts in Hollywood.
In between trying to get back into the ring to relive his glory days in professional boxing, Stanley may just find a chance to patch things up with his son.
Panosian's exceptional character design perfectly illustrates Stanley's questionable moral code of conduct, gambling addiction, nonexistent relationship with his family, and drinking problems.
Dan's had a long career in comics, having been on the ground floor when Image Comics made its debut 25 years ago by working with Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios.
SLOTS shows the results of a career spent constantly improving your craft.
The Los Angeles-based comic book artist also credits his dad's art and passion for the medium for his long-running career in comics.
It's obvious that he's writing something more personal than we've ever seen before from his chiseled body of work.Stanley has burned every bridge in his life, aided by the get-up-and-go of his Chevrolet Impala convertible custom hot rod and the comfort of a lit Lucky Strike.He's coming back to his old stomping grounds to save the his pal Betsy, the owner of a casino called the Piggy Bank, keeping his old enemy Les from poaching their talent for his casino.SLOTS has a charming, light-hearted beginning reminiscent of those early '90s action movies. Stanley packs all his personal belongings into his 1959 Airstream Caravanner attached to his hot rod, and drives to the middle of the brutal Nevada desert.He digs out a lockbox with a touching photo of him and a beautiful woman accompanied with a loaded Smith & Wesson pistol.The last page alone will drop your jaw and floor you like a fast left followed by a hard right.