Whos Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe, Volume XIX - The Question

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The Question by Steve DitkoWho’s Who #19.

[Red Tornado support is valiant - cute, even - but futile. Robin’s a no-brainer. No contest.]

fireandwaterpodcast:

On the latest Whos Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe, The Question by Steve Ditko.

 

Copra’s resident master of dark arts, Vincent! By Michael C. Kappeler!
tensor-tympani:

More Copra fan art. This time it’s Vincent. What can I say, I really like this comic.

Copra’s resident master of dark arts, Vincent! BMichael C. Kappeler!

tensor-tympani:

More Copra fan art. This time it’s Vincent. What can I say, I really like this comic.

derekgmarks:

Only Kat Roberts can turn cheeseballs into an art form.

derekgmarks:

Only Kat Roberts can turn cheeseballs into an art form.

Captain America #310 by Gruenwald, Neary, Janke, Albers and Feduniewicz, page 5, panel 4, October 1985. 

Captain America #310 by Gruenwald, Neary, Janke, Albers and Feduniewicz, page 5, panel 4, October 1985. 

Nick Bertozzi is my co-pilot.

Nick Bertozzi is my co-pilot.

Jim Aparo respect by Denny O’Neil, 1989 editorial, DC Comics.

Jim Aparo respect by Denny O’Neil, 1989 editorial, DC Comics.

Copra’s MAN-HEAD custom made by Michael C. Kappeler! I’m speechless!
tensor-tympani:

custom ManHead trikky

Copra’s MAN-HEAD custom made by Michael C. Kappeler! I’m speechless!

tensor-tympani:

custom ManHead trikky

Tags: copra

Superworld Comics cover by Frank R. Paul

Superworld Comics cover by Frank R. Paul

intrapanel:

Jim Starlin speaks to us in a secret language.

intrapanel:

That page.

CAPTAIN MARVEL #28

1973, Marvel Comics

Mike Friedrich and Jim Starlin script. Jim Starlin and Dan Green (with some John Romita assists) art.

Love & Rockets Photobomb #6

artist unknown 

myanatomylesson:

Hopey, Valerie and Klaw in Comics Forum no.13, Dec 1996

Scarce British Comics Fanzine, low print run

"If someone had told me in the early ’70s that the premier artist of my age would be a triumphantly average mediocre Canadian talent, with utterly ciphrous skills, and no particular grasp of anything beyond a very average approach to the material, I would have laughed."
—Howard Chaykin, Amazing Heroes #132, 1988.
Art from a Time²preview ad.

"If someone had told me in the early ’70s that the premier artist of my age would be a triumphantly average mediocre Canadian talent, with utterly ciphrous skills, and no particular grasp of anything beyond a very average approach to the material, I would have laughed."

Howard Chaykin, Amazing Heroes #132, 1988.

Art from a Time²preview ad.

joeinfurnari:

A little bird told me that comics readers like superheroes. Who knew!?
So in the interest of making more comics readers more happy, I’m going to begin posting some warmup sketches here on my tumblr. And what better way to kick it off than with a nice little Batman ink sketch.
Now go on and have a great day! Check back again tomorrow for another warmup doodle.

Joe Infurnari draws Batman

joeinfurnari:

A little bird told me that comics readers like superheroes. Who knew!?

So in the interest of making more comics readers more happy, I’m going to begin posting some warmup sketches here on my tumblr. And what better way to kick it off than with a nice little Batman ink sketch.

Now go on and have a great day! Check back again tomorrow for another warmup doodle.

Joe Infurnari draws Batman

Benjamin Marra. Robocop.
traditionalcomics:

Here’s my contribution for a Paul Verhoeven-inspired art show. Robocop meets Showgirls.
By BENJAMIN MARRA

Benjamin Marra. Robocop.

traditionalcomics:

Here’s my contribution for a Paul Verhoeven-inspired art show. Robocop meets Showgirls.

By BENJAMIN MARRA

Jim Aparo, Brave & the Bold

Jim Aparo, Brave & the Bold

(Source: hummingboy)

Jim Aparo’s Spectre

zehcnasednuldivad:

Oh man, these Jim Aparo Adventure Comics covers. So good.