- Songs I like CCXXVIII: DDWIWDD
- Pack Blanther
- Give yourself a shiny XV
- Homecoming Queen
- Five Ghouls
- Stark Dar
- King Crimson
- Foil of the day
- Hellboy In Library Hell Edition
- Roarin’ Rick’s new stuff
- Songs I like CCXXVII: Creature Comforts
- Back Planther
- Open All Hours
- Last of the Summer Jedi
- Songs I like CCXXVI: Sinful
- Gorgon Zola
- Songs I like CCXXV: Something For Your M.I.N.D.
- Harley Cho
- Shirtless Beer Fighter by Rivera
- Harry The Dean of Stanton
- Songs I like CCXXIV: If Everybody Looked the Same
- Today’s Card
Category Archives: Art
Strangely creepy. Not Aleister.
Reminds me of a Dave Stevens picture.
By Malcolm Tween. Splendid.
I like the colours.
Sad news that Bernie Wrightson has died. Awesome artist.
Majestic as opposed to constipated. I do hope DKIII is good even if/because Frank’s input is/was limited. I’m not even sure how many more issues there are to go. Somebody in DC fattening their pay cheque no doubt. And at … Continue reading
Pencils: Denys Cowan Inks: Bill Sienkiewicz Colour: Elizabeth Breitweiser
One day I will stop finding more Elektra art by Bill; but that day is not today.
By The Art of Joshua Middleton.
But, then, who didn’t do a DKIII #1 cover? At first glance, it looked a bit Sienkiewicz’y. In a good way.
Splendid variant cover to Aquaman 18 by Kate Middleton’s brother. I would like to see him do a Superman variant cover, but with flying sharks.
Part of The TMNT 100 Project.
Tyrus Wong has died at the age of 106. Good work fella.
I may have been reading comics since 1986, but I’m still way behind on Moebius. Thanks do Dark Horse, I have now enjoyed The World of Edena. For me, Moebius will … Continue reading
Mr McFarlane returns to Marvel with the 1:1000000000 cover to Venom #1. It’s a little uninspiring. It appears Marvel have dug out an old Todd McFarlane Venom image, slapped some new colour on it and boom: free money. Rather than … Continue reading
His first Marvel cover apparently. And that’s how you use Copic markers…
Regardless of the artistic merit of the things (not sure about the cloud background there), his clay sculptures are impressive.