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Best Art Ever (This Week) – 06.15.12

We make a regular practice at ComicsAlliance of spotlighting particular artists or specific bodies of work, but because cartoonists, illustrators and their fans share countless numbers of great images on sites like like Flickr, Tumblr, DeviantArt and seemingly infinite art blogs that we’ve created Best Art Ever (This Week), a weekly depository for just some of the pieces of especially compelling artwork that we come across in our regular travels across the Web. Some of it’s new, some of it’s old, some of it’s created by working professionals, some of it’s created by future stars, some of it’s created by talented fans, and some of it’s endearingly silly. All of it’s awesome.

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We’re very much interested to see what you’ve dug up and think should be featured here in Best Art Ever (This Week). Please submit any great art links to andykhouri-at-comicsalliance.com. Artists, feel free to send in your own work or to request that your work be removed.

All Star Comics #33 recreation by Gabriel Hardman after Irwin Hasen from the collection of Peter Roe

Lobster Johnson by Colton Worley

Lum and Ran by Natasha Allegri

Batman Beyond’s Melanie aka Ten from the Royal Flush gang by Dave Bullock

Art by Angelique Houtkamp

Frank Stockton’s “Monster Slayer” by Benjamin Tiesma

Spider-Woman by Frank Cho

Art by kit-kit-kit

“Machine and Bird” by Shichigoro Shingo

Wolverine by Jason Wright

“Hard Job” by Eduardo San Gil

“Dragon Slayer” by karioks

Harry Potter by Mike Wieringo

Escape from New York by Logan Faerber

Friday the 13th by JP Zuviate

Lady Blackhawk by Stephane Roux

Death by Marc Hempel

Spider-Woman by Steve Rude

The Walking Dead by Sean Phillips

Mad Men’s Joan Harris by Amanda Conner from the collection of Chris Hoke

Conan the Barbarian by Joe Jusko after John Buscema

X-23 by Jamie McKelvie

Portal’s Chell by Yasmin Liang

“The Fall” by Olivier Ponsonnet

Hellboy by Andy Brase

Arzach by Brian Bolland

Songes Coraline by Terry Dodson

Magneto by Kevin Wada

Art by Charles Schneeman

The Rocketeer and Betty by Des Taylor

The Dark Knight Returns’ Batman and Robin by Frank Miler, Scott Williams and Lynn Varley (maybe?)

We’re not sure who colored that one, actually, but enjoy Scott William’s black and white version:

Deadpool vs. Cable by Jeffrey “CHAMBA” Cruz

Ramona Flowers by Bryan Lee O’Malley

The Sandman and Nuala by Richard Case

“Pin-Up with Gentleman” Esquire magazine illustration, September 1934 by George Petty

Lost’s Sayid by Shaun McGaun

Venture Bros. by Patrick Leger for Juxtapoz

Galvatron and Unicron by Livio Ramondelli

Harley Quinn and the Joker vs. Batman by Bruce Timm

Guy Gardner by Georgel McAwesome

Freddie Mercury by Andrea Kalfas

The Rocketeer by J. Bone

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