Here’s a preview: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=13139
This is it, the next to last issue of the comic. It’s big (50 pages) it’s crazy (craziest comic I’ve ever done) and it’s a bargain ($3.99).
Here’s a link to a short documentary film by Julie Sokolow starring Tom “Final Frontier” Scioli, Jim “Afrodisiac” Rugg, Jasen “Gypsy Lounge” Lex, and Ed “Wizzywig” Piskor. Enjoy: http://boingboing.net/2012/09/21/video-about-new-dimension-comi.html
I’ve been thinking about Supreme a lot the past few days. I felt like doing a quick drawing to get some of it out. Here’s Ethan Crane in an exo-suit made of trashed Suprematons vs. Mean Supreme, with Optilux in a crystal skull spaceship.
Okay, so Kirby drew the Kree Supreme Intelligence once and never again. Here’s what it looked like:
When other artists picked up what Kirby created they interpreted this as a giant floating disembodied alien head:
But looking at Kirby’s original drawing, it looks to me that within all that crackling energy, there’s the suggestion of a slug-like, worm-like body. Something akin to God Emperor of Dune. Here’s what I imagine it would look like:
The added tendrils are optional. One last bit of speculation: just like Captain Marvel was a Kree version of Fawcett’s Captain Marvel, I wonder if The Supreme Intelligence was a Kirby-ized version of the Shazam villain, Mr. Mind. It would seem natural for Kirby to introduce an imposing character like this, who the heroes later discover is a tiny tyrant, similar to what Kirby did later on with Overlord in Mister Miracle #2.
Kree Supreme Intelligence, Captain Marvel and all that jazz is TM and copyright Marvel Comics.