Original cover art by Fred Guardineer from Detective Comics #24, published by DC Comics, February 1939.
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These look far better than the ones made by DC Comics.
This is the saddest fucking thing I have ever seen
Esad Ribic is a master of using lighting and perspective.
-My favorite one is the first image. He only fully rendered a few parts of Thor’s left arm, Mjolnir, his mouth, and his nose. The rest is just suggested by the shading. I look at Esad’s work and I see a lot of echoes from the great illustrators of the Turn of the Century (1900-1901) and the Golden Age of Comics.
This guy is GOOD. I found these convention sketches on:
Yeah. These are sketches. Not fully finished works.
Like a said, he’s good.
One of my absolute favorite pictures :>
I hate Guy but this is cute!
I have always thought Bridget Regan would make a wonderful Wonder Woman.
~~ ARKHAM ~ 1800 circa ~~ Part 1
~ Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot (aka The Penguin)
~ Harvey Dent (aka Two-Face)
~ Arnold Wesker (aka Ventriloquist) with Scarface
Concepts and art by Francesco Francavilla
Here’s the first set of famous Bat-villain reimagined in the way of the 1800s. Time permitting, I should have part 2 up next week :)
Hope you guys enjoy it.
Aw, Bruce, you poor thing!
Look how small he is compared to Clark!
The Flash by Pete Woods
Detective Comics #591 (October 1988)
Art by Norm Breyfogle
Story by Alan Grant & John Wagner