It’s been a while since we’ve done an Art Appreciation Moment of the Day, and after seeing the work of Randy Bishop, it is time to correct that. Randy has a lot of great work on his website, and if you look around, you’ll find his X-Men art.
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This month, Spider-Man celebrates his 55th anniversary, having first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15. Alex Ross paid tribute to the first issue with this cool piece of art.
If you don’t know about the Black Beetle, then you are missing out on a great noir hero created by the great Francesco Francavilla. Fan Frankie DeRosa created this amazing 3D model of the Black Beetle that is simply gorgeous.
Des Taylor creates some amazing art featuring some of our favorite superheroes. Today, he shares this wonderful piece featuring Matt Murdock and Jennifer Walters. via Des Taylor
If you have high hopes for the upcoming Justice League movie, you might want to do some pre-soothing activities by checking out this Justice League image from Des Taylor. Love this look so much! via Des Taylor
It’s always a joy when you accidentally stumble upon a fantastic piece of art. Today, let’s take a look at dandonfuga’s take on Batgirl.
The Doctor Strange movie will be upon us sooner than we think, and the mere thought of the coming movie had me jump into the Internet looking for a cool piece of Doctor Strange art. I found a really nice one by Christopher Stevens.
Today, Gene Gonzales shows off his process of creating Scarlet Witch using Manga Studio.
We reach the end of our look at Thomas Perkins’ take on The BatMan of the Future, as our hero takes on The Mad Jester!
Are you ready to behold the Deadly Riddle of the Greatest Mind of Gotham? Take the jump to see Thomas Perkins work his magic once again!
You knew Poison Ivy would enter the fray at some point, and here is how Thomas Perkins envisions the lobby card for that feature.
Behold The Adventures of BatMan of the Future as he takes on The Curse of Two-Face!
Today, Thomas Perkins shows us what happens when the BatMan of the Future takes on The Cat-Woman!
Today, we continue our look at Thomas Perksins’ interpretation of the BatMan of the Future, as Professor Wesker enters the fray.