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Colleen Coover Draws Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose

HeroesCon 2010 was nothing short of amazing for the ComicsAlliance staff — the highlight of the convention season, hands down — and we’ll have lots of content coming from our time at the event, but even among the rich store of wonderful moments the convention provided, one thing stands out as a shining jewel: Colleen Coover‘s drawing of Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose.

The illustration was commissioned by our very own Chris Sims, and you can see a larger version of the piece over at his Invincible Super-Blog. Chris has talked a great deal about his love/hate relationship with Tarot in the past, and seeing one of the most ridiculous female characters in comics (which is saying something) reinterpreted by our #1 favorite illustrator of adorable, proportionate ladies has somehow managed to envision the impossible: A “Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose” series I would really want to read.

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