Hotsuma Hoshikage (by Don Zhang) in his first page appearance in the original Kung Fu Skratch! #1 which is available on Comixology. I’ll probably be changing the the page in KFS! #1 Extended Play since the goal is polish the story and make it better than the original. I haven’t decided yet.

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Two years back, I sent a cold pitch to Image Comics of the first 8 pages of “Kung Fu Swagga!”. Same lines by Andres and Erwin, with colors by Andrew Poole and lettering by some guy named Frank Barbiere, I think he’s some sort of aspiring writer … something about Five Ghosts

Well long story short, I ended up getting a rejection e-mail from Eric Stephenson but also got noticed by John Roberts of Comixology and offered a opportunity to be a launch comic in Submit. I think, in all retrospect and honesty, Kung Fu Skratch! #1 could have been a lot better and that’s why I’m doing Kung Fu Skratch! #1: Extended Play.

No colors, tones, more content, and a bigger story.

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Page 12: BRING IT!

Original by Andres Blanco (roughs) and Erwin Prasetya (finishes)

I wanted include developmental art for Kung Fu Skratch! that wouldn’t be included in the upcoming Director’s Cut of Issue 1, Extended Play. Here we have the original rough layout (by Andres) and finished lines (by Erwin) of the final scene in the opening fight between series protag, Jason Stonewall and the first arc’s antagonist, Fa’Sho. 

Hopefully as we move forward with Extended Play, I can show more clips and behind-the-scenes .material as we aim for a late 2014 release on Comixology. Like and reblog and get the word out as this will be a lengthy and meaty 64 page re-debut. Look for more…

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Page 13: Homecoming

Original by Erwin Prasetya (roughs and finishes)

Current by Andres Blanco (roughs), Erwin Prasetya (finishes)

Unused Alt. by: Don Zhang

I wanted include developmental art for Kung Fu Skratch! that wouldn’t be included in the upcoming Director’s Cut of Issue 1, Extended Play. Here we have the original version of the arrival of Jason and his father, Raymond Stone back to their hometown of Brickhaven after their training sojourn in the East. Although Don Zhang’s page wasn’t used in the final version, his work is featured on pages 22-24,35-36 of EP

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Jason Stonewall WIP by Win Dolores

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Win Dolores working on some pages for Extended Play featuring Fa’Sho …

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KFS! 2009 vs KFS! 2012-14

Page 8: Strike Hard/Strike Fast/Strike First

Original by Erwin Prasetya (roughs and finishes)

Current by Andres Blanco (roughs), Erwin Prasetya (finishes)

I wanted include developmental art for Kung Fu Skratch! that wouldn’t be included in the upcoming Director’s Cut of Issue 1, Extended Play. Here we have the original version of the opening fight between series protag, Jason Stonewall and the first arc’s antagonist, Fa’Sho. 

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Win Dolores working on some pages for Extended Play featuring Fa’Sho …

KFS! 2009 vs KFS! 2012-14

Page 8: Strike Hard/Strike Fast/Strike First

Original by Erwin Prasetya (roughs and finishes)

Current by Andres Blanco (roughs), Erwin Prasetya (finishes)

I wanted include developmental art for Kung Fu Skratch! that wouldn’t be included in the upcoming Director’s Cut of Issue 1, Extended Play. Here we have the original version of the opening fight between series protag, Jason Stonewall and the first arc’s antagonist, Fa’Sho. 

MORE 2 COME.

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Pages 11-12: Fa’Sho’s Power aka “Don’t You Lose!”

Original by Erwin Prasetya

Current by Andres Blanco (roughs), Erwin Prasetya (finishes)

I wanted include developmental art for Kung Fu Skratch! that wouldn’t be included in the upcoming Director’s Cut of Issue 1, Extended Play. Here we have the original version of the opening fight between series protag, Jason Stonewall and the first arc’s antagonist, Fa’Sho. 

MORE 2 COME.