Marvel sent us a look at the Skottie Young’s variant cover to Thanos Rising #1, and it is totally cute.
Skottie Young has once again created a variant cover for Marvel, and this one is for The Age of Ultron #1.
Marvel sent us a look at the variant cover to Nova #1 by Skottie Young. If you are familiar with Young’s other cover work for Marvel, the concept should come as no surprise.
When Marvel NOW! Point One #1 arrives in October, Eisner Award winning artist, Skottie Young will be providing the variant cover. You don’t have to wait until October to see his work, Major Spoilers has what you want NOW!
Skottie Young has a style that is instantly recognizable, and I spend quite a bit of time each week going through the images on his website. When I found this image of Spongebob Squarepants, I knew in an instant that this was not an image to show my Spongebob loving son.
I haven’t seen the movie Labyrinth in years (decades really), but I understand there are a number of people out there that watch the movie on a regular basis. Today, Skottie Young shares his interpretation of David Bowie’s Goblin King.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Magneto: Not a Hero #1 by the team of Skottie Young and Clay Mann.
Marvel has announced that Dorothy returns to OZ in September, as Eric Shanower and Skottie Young return to the OZ universe.
“I really look forward to following Dorothy, the Wizard, and their newest friends on their underground adventures in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz,” said Shanower in a prepared statement. “I can’t wait to see what Skottie comes up with when he shows us the bizarre vegetable people, the soundless wooden gargoyles, and how he’ll deal with the valley of invisibility.”
Set off by the great 1906 San Francisco earthquake Dorothy, joined by her cat Eureka, are transported back to the imaginative new world of Oz where anything is possible! But when Dorothy and her friends find themselves trapped in a realm made of glass, The Wizard of Oz must come to their rescue.
The eight part series will have several variant covers, with the first issue featuring a $3.99 cover price.
The Muppets are certainly seeing an upswing in popularity again, partially due to the BOOM! Studios (now Marvel) comic book series, and partially to the upcoming Muppet movie from long time puppet fan Jason Segel. Oz artist Skottie Young offers up today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day with his take on that drum banging animal… uh… Animal!
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Ozma of Oz #2 that arrives in stores in December.
Skottie Young did a bang up job on art for Marvel’s Wizard of Oz series, now he is back with Eric Shanower to bring Ozma to Oz to comic form. Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives in November.
I can never get enough of Skottie Young’s work on the Marvelous Land of Oz.