I first saw Rafael Albuquerque’s work in the pages of the now canceled Blue Beetle series, and knew then that he can create some great images. DC Comics has released the cover to Superboy #1 that arrives in November, that features the artist’s take on the title character.
It’s nice when creators and artists contact us about the Major Spoilers site, the podcast, or something else we’ve done. Thomas Perkins is the character designer for Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Green Lantern: First Flight, The Spectacular Spider-Man, and the Ben 10 television series. He’s also a fan of Major Spoilers, and has previously created a mock Major Spoilers comic book cover that rocked.
After a recent shout-out on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Thomas jumped back into the Kablammacus universe and whipped up today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day.
I think I like black and white ink work better than seeing a piece fully colored, there are certainly exceptions, but today’s Art Appreciation Moment from Chris Samnee further solidifies my idea that stark black and white rocks.
As the Alamo Draft House prepares for another round of the Rolling Roadshow movie showings across the country, the theater has commissioned Olly Moss to take the movies and design a batch of posters in a very minimalist style. Take the jump for the results that are stunning, and make you think twice about these classic movies.
If you pay close attention to each episode of the Major Spoilers Podcast, you’ll notice that most of the title images feature original art by Major Spoilers Art Intern, Dante. This past week many of you commented on Dante’s take on the Major Spoilers Crew done up Scott Pilgrim style. Today we’re giving you a look at the colored version.