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Otis Frampton Comes Alive in Awesome Superhero, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Illustrations [Art]


Otis Frampton's takes on fantasy, sci-fi and superheroes should pleasure the eye tastebuds of all the Earthworm Jim and DC: The New Frontier fans out there. Frampton's got a solid Doug TenNapel meets Kazu Kibuishi look to his work, which encompasses a pair of webcomics called Escape from Planet Nowhere and The Song of Xanthia, as well as a trove of beautiful commissions...

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Marc Basile Reimagines Cherished Childhood Comic Covers and More [Art]


Fans of classic Silver Age Marvel covers and the work of Tim Sale should like what they see when they open up Marc Basile's portfolio of work. In addition to recovering The Incredible Hulk #1 for the Recovered Blog recently, he's also toyed around with the story concepts from the first five Marvel books he remembers buying when he was 12...

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Andre De Freitas Illustrates the Dead and the Beautiful [Art]


Andre De Freitas paints portraits that will stare holes straight through your head-and that goes doubly for the ones with flaky zombie flesh and holes in their own heads. De Freitas has zombified a couple of normally unassuming fellows with his Tintin, Waldo and Iron Man studies, and his living subjects are just as impressive...

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Nuno Plati Tears it Up With Elektra, Green Lantern, Iron First and More [Art]


Portugal-based artist Nuno Plati has been producing some brain-ticklingly vibrant art this year (and before). First, he started showing up in Marvel books such as The Amazing Spider-Man and X-Men: First Class Marvel Girl, and then he started kicking his pin-up output into high gear with a killer variety of styles that range from slashy Frank Miller-ish pieces to more elegant illustrative looks at ladies with flowing hair...

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Tradd Moore’s Got it Going on From Pencils to Colors [Art]


Not all comic book artists can claim to produce pencil work that is as interesting to pick apart (or more so) as their finished, colored pieces. Tradd Moore falls into that category, though. That's no knock against the colored art in The Strange Talent of Luther Strode at Image Comics, but if you've seen the Fin Fang Foom he drew recently, you know his penciled images are equally glorious to gush over...

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