themarvelageofcomics:

Artist H. G. Peters’ first sketches of Wonder Woman, submitted to William Moulton Marston for approval and revision. At this stage, the character was to have been called Suprema, the Wonder Woman. #DCWomen

themarvelageofcomics:

Artist H. G. Peters’ first sketches of Wonder Woman, submitted to William Moulton Marston for approval and revision. At this stage, the character was to have been called Suprema, the Wonder Woman. #DCWomen

seanhowe:

Doctor Doom by John Paul Leon.

seanhowe:

Doctor Doom by John Paul Leon.

The Black Canaan by Greg Staples

The Black Canaan by Greg Staples

seanhowe:

"The Fantastic Four Was The Great American Novel"  by Chris Tolworthy(Click here to enlarge)I don’t agree with everything here (and there’s a LOT to take in), but there can be no doubt that Chris Tolworthy has spent some time thinking about the FF.

seanhowe:

"The Fantastic Four Was The Great American Novel"  by Chris Tolworthy

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I don’t agree with everything here (and there’s a LOT to take in), but there can be no doubt that Chris Tolworthy has spent some time thinking about the FF.


brianmichaelbendis:

Kent Williams

brianmichaelbendis:

Kent Williams

alexhchung:

Avengers #21, Page 3 by George Perez & Al Vey

thebristolboard:

Forgotten masterpiece: Complete original art for “I Killed Cock Robin” by Ross Andru (pencils) and Mike Esposito (inks) from Get Lost #2, published by Mikeross Publications, April 1954. Get Lost was a short-lived humor title imitating the Mad magazine style. This particular story is a parody of the popular English nursery rhyme, “Who Killed Cock Robin?”

browsethestacks:

Assemble by Alex Ross

browsethestacks:

Assemble by Alex Ross

spaceshiprocket:

Uncanny X-Men by Alex Ross

spaceshiprocket:

Uncanny X-Men by Alex Ross

thebristolboard:

Two pages of hand-colored original art from The Silver Surfer #1, with pencils by John Buscema, inks by Joe Sinnott, and colors by Bill Everett, published by Marvel Comics, August 1968.