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If it wasn’t obvious looking at the upcoming, much-anticipated Avengers sequel, Marvel is continuously the brand to beat when it comes to all things comic books these days. The folks over at picclick decided to take this head-to-head to the runway and compared the outfits of superheros and villains from the Marvel and DC universes[…]
It began as a way to clear my mind during stressful work days, I would grab a marker and just start drawing whatever came into my head and I would be ready to turn back to my work and tackle the task at hand. What began as a productivity crutch has now transformed into a[…]
The Chive put together a great slideshow of images mashing up comic book characters and their movie counterparts. I am always a fan of mashups, especially if they involve comic art. I have always and will continue to have an appreciation for any remediation of the artform. I took my favorite and included them in[…]
This is just a great feel good story of one five year-old and his impact on Marvel Comics. In a wonderful post on Upworthy, Anthony Smith no longer wanted to wear his hearing device claiming “Superheroes don’t wear hearing devices.” Anthony’s mother wrote to Marvel Comics, asking them to draw a comic cover proving to[…]
At the young age of 88, Earl Norem, famous for breathing life into many comic book covers during their golden age, is back with a new original cover for Classics Obliterated #1 featuring Mars Attacks. The original comics, and subsequent movie, are a personal favorite of mine and can truly appreciate the 50’s-style aesthetic Norem[…]