July 25, 2014

brianmichaelbendis:

David Finch in Black and White

(Source: xcyclopswasrightx, via comicblah)

July 25, 2014
boomerstarkiller67:

art by Neal Adams (1969)

boomerstarkiller67:

art by Neal Adams (1969)

July 25, 2014
backissuebasterds:

Booster Gold ad
… I want that free pin!

backissuebasterds:

Booster Gold ad

… I want that free pin!

(via alexhchung)

July 25, 2014
brudesworld:

Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson, 1967

brudesworld:

Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson, 1967

July 25, 2014
brudesworld:

P. Craig Russell, 2002

brudesworld:

P. Craig Russell, 2002

July 24, 2014
brudesworld:

Curt Swan and Stan Kaye, 1960

brudesworld:

Curt Swan and Stan Kaye, 1960

July 24, 2014
brudesworld:

Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson, 1966

brudesworld:

Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson, 1966

July 24, 2014
brudesworld:

Gray Morrow, 1966

brudesworld:

Gray Morrow, 1966

July 24, 2014

brudesworld:

An Evening with Frank Frazetta

July 24, 2014
brudesworld:

Will Eisner and Ken Kelly, 1975

brudesworld:

Will Eisner and Ken Kelly, 1975

(Source: comicrazys.wordpress.com)

July 23, 2014
comicbookcovers:

The Amazing Spider-Man #26, July 1965, cover by Steve Ditko and Stan Goldberg

comicbookcovers:

The Amazing Spider-Man #26, July 1965, cover by Steve Ditko and Stan Goldberg

July 23, 2014
marvel1980s:

1987 - Punisher #1 Splash Page by Klaus Janson

marvel1980s:

1987 - Punisher #1 Splash Page by Klaus Janson

(via comicblah)

July 23, 2014
alexhchung:

Booster Gold #19 by Dan Jurgens

alexhchung:

Booster Gold #19 by Dan Jurgens

(Source: ginchycomics)

July 23, 2014

rauchbros:

One of the great benefits of the cross-pollination between comic artists and animation artists is that each brings new ideas to the other— new approaches to design, storytelling, and subject matter.

One of comics’ recent gifts to animation is Ron Wimberly, who was a character designer for Adult Swim’s Black Dynamite. Hopefully, that was just the first of many animation projects for Ron. His comics, from a reimagining of Romeo and Juliet set in 1980’s Brooklyn, to an adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked this Way Comes and an autobiography of rapper M.F. Grimm, are each different from each other and feel like something that hasn’t been done before.

All too often, animation suffers from retreading the same ground. We really benefit when artists like Ron bring something new to the medium. It would be great to see him have the opportunity to go beyond just doing design for animation, and help push animation into new places with story and subject matter.

July 23, 2014
vomit-the-soul:

A band called “DEATH” illustration by Ron Wimberly

vomit-the-soul:

A band called “DEATH” illustration by Ron Wimberly