Superman is the name of the game today, and Anthony Marques has a great take on the Man of Steel during the 1940s.
When I open Deviant Art, I never know what to expect. Sometimes I go there looking for something specific, other times I let the magic of the site move me to a piece of work that I want to share with you. That’s the case today with this piece by Tom Kelly.
If you didn’t pick up Chris Samnee and Mark Waid’s Black Widow #1 this week, you are missing out on a great – GREAT – first issue. As a fan of Samnee’s work, and knowing that Daredevil season 2 arrives on March 18th, it makes sense to feature one of the artist’s takes on the character.
You know Bruce Timm’s style the moment you see it. You can tell it is Bruce Timm, because you’ve watched hundreds of hours of Batman: The Animated Series, and every other animated DCU property the mad genius has touched. That’s why Timm’s take on Daredevil is so awesome – because it isn’t DCU.
This morning, I was sitting thinking, “Stephen,” I always refer to myself on a first name basis. “Stephen, you really should do an Art Appreciation Moment of the Day, and it would be great if you featured something from Chris Samnee.” Fortunately, Chris Samnee must be able to read minds at a great distance, because he shared a fantastic piece of art that not only showcases his fantastic talents, but also features Batman!
With the Power Rangers series coming from BOOM! Studios, Saban brands and Nucleus are opening a Power Rangers exhibit in California this month.
Wizards of the Coast and VIZ Media have announced a new art book that gathers some of the best images from Magic: The Gathering in one volume.
Marvel’s Cinematic Universe: Phase Two collection contains all of the movies released, and will feature bonus content in the form of original art by Matt Ferguson.
The San Diego Comic Art Gallery (SDCAG) is proud to announce the Comic Book Art of Star Wars exhibition, which will run from November 21st through January 31st, 2016. The exhibit will feature 30 pieces of rare Star Wars original art from the very first comic book series that was released by Marvel Comics in 1977.
For some reason, the Pumpkin Incident has gone down as one of the best moments in Critical Hit history. And thanks to Flailingwings, we have that scene fully animated. ENJOY!
Love the Legion of Super-Heroes? Love Dream Girl? Here’s Gene Gonzales’s take on the character in her ’70s getup.