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High-Kickin’, Glass-Bustin’ Captain American and Wolverine Art from German Nobile

We’ve seen some hilarious, cute and downright beastly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pieces here on ComicsAlliance, but Argentinian illustrator German Nobile still managed to whip out a Michelangelo pinup that paints the Heroes in a Half Shell in a new light. He’s got a look to his work that resembles what you might see if you put a fan up to a Ben Templesmith scene and blew away the fog, and he seems to have a thing for kicks and breaking glass, which is just fine when you’re rendering Wolverine, Spider-Woman or Captain America.
Nobile’s archives of work on his deviantART account and Aracubus blog contain these and other masterpieces, including Deadpool smashing through a window to attack Deathstroke with a chainsaw, which is just about the greatest thing ever to see on a Monday.

Also, let’s get this guy on some Ares covers at some point in the near future. Until then, we’ll just have to settle for ogling the stuff posted down below.

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