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koyamapress:

The Comics Reporter has a sneak preview of A. Degen’s Mighty Star and the Castle of the Cancatervater. Check out the cover as well as a selection of preview images right here!

Yay! 
So excited about this, thanks to everyone, thanks to Annie Koyama and Ed Kanerva!


I’m excited for this.

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koyamapress:

The Comics Reporter has a sneak preview of A. Degen’s Mighty Star and the Castle of the CancatervaterCheck out the cover as well as a selection of preview images right here!

Yay! 

So excited about this, thanks to everyone, thanks to Annie Koyama and Ed Kanerva!

I’m excited for this.

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joekeatinge:

Was really happy to see there’s a whole Wrenchies comic by popgunwar (my favorite comic of the year, thus far!) exclusively up on Tor.com.

joekeatinge:

Was really happy to see there’s a whole Wrenchies comic by popgunwar (my favorite comic of the year, thus far!) exclusively up on Tor.com.

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alexhchung:

Booster Gold #19 by Dan Jurgens

alexhchung:

Booster Gold #19 by Dan Jurgens

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gnarlycovers:

Moon Knight #36 (Marvel Comics - March 1984)
Illustrator: Michael Kaluta

gnarlycovers:

Moon Knight #36 (Marvel Comics - March 1984)

Illustrator: Michael Kaluta

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the-spinner-rack:

The Fantastic Four (by Jack Kirby from the back cover of Marvel Treasury Edition #11, 1976)

the-spinner-rack:

The Fantastic Four (by Jack Kirby from the back cover of Marvel Treasury Edition #11, 1976)

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paulazaceta:

OUTCAST #2 comes out tomorrow. More violence and creepy people.

That Rian Hughes logo tho.

paulazaceta:

OUTCAST #2 comes out tomorrow. More violence and creepy people.

That Rian Hughes logo tho.

(via corenthal)

The Gentry is representative of the worst of the comics industry. Lord Broken, a demonic house loaded with eyes and composed of haphazardly stacked stories, can clearly stand for a distorted Marvel, “the House of Ideas.” Note that artist Ivan Reis has chosen for each story to be thinner and less stable than the last, perhaps a nod to Marvel’s continued mining and refining of the work of Stan and Jack, producing weaker results with each incarnation—broken visions. Intellectron, a bat-like figure with one eye, is clearly the worst of DC—a single vision dependent on references to Batman—dark and myopic.

Cheryl Lynn just destroys with this quick piece about The Multiversity #1. (via graemem)

Into this. Expanding on this idea, would this make Dame Merciless a stand-in for Vertigo? A hollow-eyed, gaunt goth woman wrapped in rags?

travisellisor:

Advertisement for Marvel-Con ‘76

travisellisor:

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comicsreporter:

happy milestone 85th birthday to the great marie severin

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monzo12782:

Marvel Age cover and article about The Saga of Crystar, a property Marvel developed in-house with the intent of selling to toy companies (a similar situation to the later Brute Force miniseries). Unfortunately, the group that took Marvel’s bait was Remco, nobody’s favorite toymaker, and the franchise was dead after one wave of product (I think) and 11 comic issues. Though, check out that black and white art - how impressive is it that this medieval fantasy world developed the perm?

Cover art by Walt Simonson(!), character models by John Romita, Jr., interior artwork by Bret Blevins. The article about the creation of the Marvel handbooks was previously posted here.

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DESIGN AND/OR COMICS.


Curated by Dylan Todd.

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