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NUTELLAFACE

xombiedirge:

Superheroes by Marcelo Costa

brianmichaelbendis:

Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel’s original art from Wolverine’s first appearance, in Incredible Hulk #180. Scanned nicely enough that you can see pencil marks if you enlarge it.
This page sold for $657,250 recently. Incredible!

brianmichaelbendis:

Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel’s original art from Wolverine’s first appearance, in Incredible Hulk #180. Scanned nicely enough that you can see pencil marks if you enlarge it.

This page sold for $657,250 recently. Incredible!

xcyclopswasrightx:

The work of José Ladrönn  makes me imagine Jack Kirby, and Moebius’ art fell in love, and made babies together.

stellarcaprice:

ulisesfarinas:

Hasui Kawase

Dang

cross-connect:

@Thomas Cian is a 24-year-old, extraordinarily talented artist from Milan, Italy (previously).

You can see much more of his work on Behance and over on Facebook.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

brianmichaelbendis:

Forgotten masterpiece: “Clara Mutilares: A Celebration of Violence in 5 Pods” by Al Columbia. This is some of Columbia’s earliest published work from From Beyonde #2, published by Studio Insidio, May 1991.

brianmichaelbendis:

art by Bill Sienkiewicz

brianmichaelbendis:

art by Bill Sienkiewicz

brianmichaelbendis:

Three unfinished pages by George Pérez from the sadly never published original Justice League/Avengers crossover, circa 1983. “The plot of the original crossover was a time travel story involving Marvel’s Kang the Conqueror and DC’s Lord of Time. Writer/editor Roy Thomas was hired to script the book, based on [Gerry] Conway’s plot, and although work had begun on the series in 1981 (Pérez had penciled 21 pages by mid-1983) and it was scheduled for publication in May 1983, editorial disputes prevented the story from being completed.” (via)

Comic Book Challenge: Artists (2/5)

↳ Stephanie Hans

super-nerd:

Spider-Man — Pascal Campion

super-nerd:

Spider-Man — Pascal Campion

thehappysorceress:

Wicked by Stanley Lau

Some great work from http://gifopera.tumblr.com/

( The Gif Opera Cabinet )

(some content adapted from here

and here )

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mymodernmet:

Boston-based artist Ethan Murrow creates beautifully detailed graphite drawings that blur the lines of reality.

drdavidmrmack:

nevver:

Portrait of The Author With Art Directors

The wonderful work of Dustin Harbin

drdavidmrmack:

nevver:

Portrait of The Author With Art Directors

The wonderful work of Dustin Harbin