It’s always interesting to see what I stumble upon during my trips through the Internet (don’t go alone, kids. It can be dangerous). Today I found this interesting Star Wars piece by Mr. Florey – if that is his real name…
Carter Johnson is at it again, this time with her take on Marvel villains.
Hope you are having a great holiday weekend. As we ease into the Summer, it’s time to start looking for great art. Spoilerite Josh Taylor sent us this piece of work done by his co-worker, Craig Alan.
Artist Michael Lee Lunsford has posted his designs of superheroines in fully covering costumes and we think that not sharing them with you faithful Spoilerites would be a crime.
Ryan Ottley’s work on Invincible is known to be both breath-takingly good while being some of the bloodiest in comics. Today, however, we are spot-lighting work Ottley has done in his spare time and it seems he has a thing for giant monsters.
Dave Perillo has created alternate forms of movie posters in his art style and posted them on his deviantART page. Major Spoilers has gone through them and picked out our favorites to show you!
We have another reimagining to show today and this one comes from the deviantARTist only known as StarRovias. Take the jump to see her cover work for modern games as if they were for Atari!
Mashup art is one of my favorite forms to come across on the Internet and today’s Art Appreciation Moment is just that as Cynthia Rodgers combines the worlds of Scooby-Doo and Hellboy.
Wednesday marks the beginning of a new Green Hornet series from Dynamite Entertainment and writer Mark Waid and to celebrate this momentous occasion we are showcasing a Green Hornet piece from Buddy Cop artist Evan Shaner.
Today’s Art Appreciation Moment comes to us from Gene Gonzales. Not only is his work on The Hulk after the jump but there is also a video of his process for the piece!
News of the possible doom to fall upon John Stewart led me over to the wonderful land of deviantART to see what art fans had created. I found the Green Lantern and even more from Charles Holbert Jr. and his “Little Big Heads” gallery.