Tuesday, May 4, 2021


 All right guys, those of you that follow me on other social media platforms know that DSNG Book 25 was recently launched online!! And the original sci fi saga keeps getting better and better!!

Truthfully, Book 24 was launched last year. And I was so busy that I didn't post a promo here on Blogger [although other promos & updates were posted at my other accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter].

So for those fans who missed it, the link to download DSNG Book 24 is over Here: AMAZON LINK

And here's the cool cover art, featuring Prince Azzar on the left, and Command Trent, on the right. Azzar is the main protagonist and Trent is one of his best friends / trusted allies. And they are both super soldiers hailing from planet Avera. 

Azzar is an Alpha Senturi, while Trent is an Imperial Knight. And they are both linked to the Centura - the combined military force of planet Avera.

Anyway, the new story in Book 25 features the villains, specifically the three characters shown upon the new book cover below. From left to right: Zevah Sparks [seated], Lho-Khi the Marksman and Jamie Jericho.

Per their races, Zevah is a Averan with light-blue skin, while Lho-Khi is Entradan, since he hails from Planet Entrados. And Jamie is a Kataran [wolf hybrid being], from Planet Planoris. They are part of the terrorist faction known as the Gorilla Rebel Militia. And Lho-Khi is ranked among the Top 3 Gorilla operatives. Zevah and Lho-Khi were previously shown on the cover of Book 9 [the artwork is over HERE]. 

And together in Book 25, the shown trio embark upon a long dynamic journey to find a mysterious killer, while other explosive events are taking place...

Here's the overview of the New eBook!:

The dynamic sci fi adventure continues with the Twenty-fifth installment of the DSNG series! 

On planet Taran, a triad of Zarchons are assembled within a covert location. They are Dark Veins, terrorists from the Water World. And together they commence a plot to resurrect a dormant giant golem army, in order to crush and annihilate a target located on their aquatic home world, planet Macur. Yet the Zarchon terrorists are unaware that a group of Newteron stealth operatives from Macur have been hunting for one of their allies for several weeks, an ally named Rut-Zormon that recently perished at night within an amusement park... 

Also on Taran, out at the Caspian Sea at night, a masked female assassin adorned in hi-tech gear invades a cruise ship, in order to terminate an ex-Navy officer. And the targeted officer is linked to an Entradan man named Jon Parkov, while Parkov is an ally of a devious billionaire named Lord William Fractus. And William is also allies with two other affluent businessmen, namely Sergio and Mr. Kojima. 

But William is unaware that Mr. Kojima has been under surveillance by Ace and Keyana, two black-ops operatives sponsored from the group known as the Iron Jackals. And as a trained Alpha Senturi sniper, Ace is the sort of guy that believes in terminating a high-priority target, for the greater good. Yet the female assassin that struck the ex-Navy officer was paid by a devious sponsor. And if she succeeds, then her vicious actions will trigger a series of events that could lead to the death of 3 million innocent people on Taran... 

Two nights before that attack on the cruise ship, another masked blue-skinned assassin is sponsored to attack a Steel Factory owned by Sergio, which is based on one of the three colonized moons of Taran, specifically Terra-Nova-2. And the Blue Killer’s target is a villainous group of Gorilla rebel agents, meeting in the rear storage room of the Steel Factory. The next day, the police and the Feds are called in, to investigate the incident. And the news travels from Terra-Nova-2 to Adena—planet Avera’s sole moon. 

Finally word of the incident gets to Jut-Hun, the Gorilla mob boss residing on Adena And with an apprehensive mind, Jut-Hun reaches out to one of the top three Gorilla operatives in the galaxy. His name is Lho-Khi the Blue-Skinned Marksman. He is a true veteran assassin, and the best friend of the infamous Killer of Killers. And it appears that he was the one that committed the homicides on the Taranian moon, per the onsite surveillance records. 

Hence Lho-Khi the villain is forced to head out on a dangerous mission with two of his female associates, Zevah and Jamie, as he strives to clear his name and uncover the truth. And that means he must go undercover, and become something that he never dreamed of being... Yet as Lho-Khi embarks on the dangerous assignment, he is completely unaware that a chain of irreversible events have already started on Taran, which could lead to a bloody global event, and the death of 3 million people...

 - Part 25 of 25 e-books. Rated M for Mature; 1190 pages


You can download the long dynamic eBook to your PC, laptop, kindle, or phone over HERE for just $6.99!!

Plus you can keep reading the archived "Exploring DSNG" blog articles, which show more concept art from past eBooks via these blog links:


All right guys, even with the damn lockup / lockdown phase still going on, I'm sure you heard about this controversy online. There's a new Space Jam animated movie coming out on July 16 2021, featuring my man Lebron James and some others guys. Plus there are Looney Tunes characters that will show up to help him combat the Monstars. And some of those original Looney Tunes [like Bugs Bunny] have been around for over 40 years.

The problem was, the director at the WB movie studio green-lit a redesign of all the characters, including Lola Bunny, who debuted roughly 25 years ago in the original Space Jam movie featuring Micheal Jordan, back in 1996.

Hence some of the Original Fans gave an outcry that they were tired of "desexualization" of original characters, since Lola now looked like a "short kneeless tween sports-reject"... for real, she has no knees. And her bust was now more flat than before. 

Of course, there were other fans, from the Politically Correct crowd, who said it was perfect. And most of those people weren't old enough to watch and fully remember the original movie when it debuted 25 years ago... 

The double-poster I created on the left shows some side-by-side comparisons of the female character in question, standing on the right side of the poster. 

And the drafted version of Lola Bunny showing her as being more shapely / mature, was done by a guy called @linkertoon on Twitter. 

Anyway, I saw both sides of the argument. And as an artist that's over 40, I'll give you a hint... Never change a classic comic / cartoon character design... just make a new character that fits the ideals / image / message  that you desire to convey. That's the wisest solution.

No one can complain about a new "Lacy Bunny" character, since she never existed before and there is no reference to criticize / critique her by.   


Nevertheless, I did some fanart of Lola, which shows her as a young adult, roughly 21 - 25 years old. She was drawn in my art style, so she is thicc, thick, shapely, curvy etc. 

Lola was created back in 1996 by Warner Bros Pictures and she was intended to be a girlfriend / love interest for Bugs Bunny. And WB technically has the right to present her in any designed form that they choose, depending on their marketing objective. Honestly it's impossible to please every single fan around the world, but WB executives also do have the choice, to do whatever the hell they want.

But as a fan, you have the power to support whatever you want. After all, it's your damn money. So if you like the new Lola design, then go to the theaters later this year on July 16, 2021 and support it... if not, just pirate the damn movie online :) 



Yeah, I've been around, posting more on FaceBk and Instagram. I barely Tweet... it's a bit too toxic on that website. Anyway, I'm back!! And here's some throwback art from 2012, featuring Ashoka Tano and Aayla Secura. I haven't got any new art for #TheBadBatch which premiers on Disney Plus today...


Enjoy and share the art, and make sure you check out the newest DSNG eBook over here! -->