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Best Art Ever (This Week) – 08.16.13

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 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 andy-at-comicsalliance.com. Artists, feel free to send in your own work or to request that your work be removed.

Where possible, please visit these artists’ websites to see more of their work, buy their products or commission an original piece.

 

Adventure Time by Fellipe Martins

 

 

It-Girl by Ming Doyle

 

 

Saturn Girl by Dan DeCarlo

 

 

 Doctor Who by Rafael Romeo Magat

 

 

Golden Age superhero party by Dylan Horrocks from the collection of Nolan Buro

 

 

Hellboy by Thomas Moore

 

 

Rogue by Frank Cho from the collection of Chris Franzoni

 

 

Mega Man X by Greig Rapson

 

 

Tron bu Jeff Matsuda

 

 

Princess Peach and Daisy by Babs Tar

 

 

Ultimate Spider-Man and Spider-Girl by David Marquez

 

 

Spider-Man and Batman by William Wray

 

 

Art by Walter Baumhofer

 

 

 Talon by Jim Steranko

 

 

Jurassic Park by Paul Pope

 

 

Fantomex by Francesco Francavilla

 

 

“Time Traveler Alpha” by Rob Sato

 

 

X-23 by Abraham Lopez

 

 

Sailor scouts by Ashley Riot

 

 

Poison Ivy & Ivysaur by shattered-earth

 

 

Marceline and the Scream Queens by Arielle Jovellanos

 

 

Wolverine by Barry Windsor-Smith

 

 

Art by Sarah Kronborg

 

 

Doctor Doom by Paolo Rivera
This is probably my favorite Rivera piece. I remember seeing this for the first time and thinking I’d never seen a Doom pose quite like this, where he’s all WTF!? We usually see Doom as poised or grandiose, but here it’s like something has gone wrong and he’s been surprised. I love it – AK

 

 

Batman by Mathieu Reynes

 

 

Batman by Jesse Lonergan

 

 

Gum from JSRF by Nicc Balce

 

 

Conan by Bill Sienkiewicz

 

 

TMNT’s Leonardo by Joao Dias Pires

 

 

“East Meets West” by Geof Darrow

 

 

Art by Patrick Leger

 

 

New Mutants by Dan Blouin

 

 

Daft Punk by Marie Bergeron

 

 

“Dirty Business Boy” by Johanna Huck

 

 

Daredevil by John Romita, Jr.

 

 

Art by Vanessa Del Rey

 

 

Aquaman by Lar DeSouza

 

 

Batman by Norm Breyfogle
 

 

NPR art by Jonathan Bartlett

 

 

“Electric Shoes” by Bill Sienkiewicz
 

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