1. ungoliantschilde:

    some of Frank Quitely’s original artwork.

  2. ianbertram:

Page from Batman Eternal 11
Written by Tim Seeley
Drawn by me (Ian Bertram)
Colored by The Amazing Dave Stewart

Apparently DC has decided that they want to have an artist on one of their superhero books who isn’t a Jim Lee clone. Good for them because this is a fine looking page.

    ianbertram:

    Page from Batman Eternal 11

    Written by Tim Seeley

    Drawn by me (Ian Bertram)

    Colored by The Amazing Dave Stewart

    Apparently DC has decided that they want to have an artist on one of their superhero books who isn’t a Jim Lee clone. Good for them because this is a fine looking page.

  3. destroycomics:

davechisholmmusicandcomics:

doowopapocalypse:

 

this is one of my favorite panels everrrrr!

I think the colors here were some of the best associated with Pope.

Paul Pope used 1940s newspaper color guides to come up with the color for his Adam Strange pages in Wednesday Comics.

    destroycomics:

    davechisholmmusicandcomics:

    doowopapocalypse:

     

    this is one of my favorite panels everrrrr!

    I think the colors here were some of the best associated with Pope.

    Paul Pope used 1940s newspaper color guides to come up with the color for his Adam Strange pages in Wednesday Comics.

  4. Art by Dan Morris
    Batman is owned by DC Comics

    I did these awhile ago and I’m still really proud of all of them. This was for an alternative comics class that Brian Ralph taught in college and the assignment was “mix an art style and a genre that isn’t normally associated with each other” so I went with Superheroes and Russian Constructivism. 

    Also somehow all of my comics in that Alternative Comics class related to Batman. I don’t know how that happened.

  5. thebristolboard:

Double-page spread by Alex Toth and Terry Austin from Green Lantern #171, published by DC Comics, December 1983.

    thebristolboard:

    Double-page spread by Alex Toth and Terry Austin from Green Lantern #171, published by DC Comics, December 1983.

  6. Jack Kirby passed away on this day 19 years ago.  Long live the King.

    Jack Kirby passed away on this day 19 years ago.  Long live the King.

  7. beatscomicsandlife:

Doom Patrol vol. 2 issue 50 cover

    beatscomicsandlife:

    Doom Patrol vol. 2 issue 50 cover

  8. Swamp Thing #52

    Words by Alan Moore, pictures by Rick Veitch, and Alfredo Alcala

    (Source: harlequinnade)

  9. eaja:

Art by Moebius

I love how benign Superman looks in this illustration.

    eaja:

    Art by Moebius

    I love how benign Superman looks in this illustration.