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

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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 t

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Nick Derington Draws Monster-Sized Action Like Nobody’s Business [Art]

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Nick Derington meshes some anime sensibilities with a subtle, Saturday-morning-ready simplicity that occasionally makes his art look like a smoothed-over variation of something Mike Mignola might have drawn

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

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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.The full art buff

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

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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.Moore's

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Chew on the Illustration Skills of Scott Cohn [Art]

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Sometimes it's easy to lose something in the artwork when an animated series gets its own comic book spinoff, but artists such as Scott Cohn really excel at hitting the sweet spot in between toons and sequential storytelling

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Stop the World and Melt With Josh Burggraf’s Captain America, Monsters and More [Art]

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Looking for a new take on Marvel's most famous patriotic hero? Have a look at the floppy, cornball sketches of artist Josh Burggraf. His goofy, irreverent takes on Cap include shield chokes and sleeper holds from the Red Skull, and there's even more where that came from in his wide-ranging archives of wolf-men and nutty GIF files

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Ivan Camelo Makes Marvel’s Mutants Merry [Art]

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Ivan Camelo impressed us with his shiny, almost balloon-like take on DC's heroes and villains earlier this year, so it's no surprise that his images inspired by Marvel Comics' X-Men and other characters are equally fun to browse. Though most of the male mutants seem less than merry, a number of Marvel's lead

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D. Campbell MacKinlay Gets His Felt On With Slimer, The Fantastic Four and More [Art]

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As far as DIY comics-inspired craft voodoo goes, D. Campbell MacKinlay's recent Fantastic Four #51 tribute for Covered turned out to be a huggable-looking spool of brilliance. He refers to his fuzzy series of three-dimensional wonders as "feltems," and his experiments haven't stopped with Ben Gr

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Ruaraidh Bruce Gets Cosmic With The Silver Surfer, Muppets and More [Art]

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If you could use some soft, imaginatively cosmic artwork to end your week with, try out a few pieces by Ruaraidh Bruce. His crisp shapes and exploratory compositions echo Tara McPherson's work with a slight crackle of Jack Kirby-ish energy

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Kyle Strahm Scratches Out Awesome Aliens, Monsters, Robots and More [Art]

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Gritty, textured inking and horror comics go together like blood capsules and candy on Halloween, and Kyle Strahm is the kind of artist who knows how to make some delicious monsters. Strahm has done his fair share of comic book work for titles such as Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash and Claudio Sanchez's Amory Wars, but the heft of his sketch work is considerable as well.Over on KyleStrah

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