DC Fifty-Too is a website dedicated to showcasing DC Comics characters as interpreted by talents from the world of indie comics and the Web. Specifically, creators were asked to imagine their version of the #1 issue of any DC comic book. Managed by Jon Morris, the site was inspired by the recent debut of "The New 52
Here at ComicsAlliance, we've takled about Dennis Culver and his daily sketchblog before, and with good reason. It's fantastic, not just because it's a daily shot of Culver's great artwork, but because he gets into long-running themes that are just pure fun to see playing out every day.
In the past, Culver'
Back in January, I threw the spotlight on a few of the incredible Batman, Inc.-themed redesigns artist Dennis Culver did as part of his daily sketchblog, but they were only the tip of the iceberg. Today, Culver has finally finished the project and released a massive piece of art detailing all 45 characters for his ide
If you haven't been following Dennis Culver's Sketchjournal, you're missing out. Culver's not only a phenomenal up-and-coming talent (you may have seen his work in JAM, the roller derby anthology from Oni Press), he also updates his blog every day with a "sketch" -- which in his case is a finished, fully colored drawing. He's done everything from old favorites to original characters to costume redesigns, and over the past
As an auspicious sequel to his startlingly awesome gallery of Batman's rogues, artist Dennis Culver has illustrated an impressive and perhaps even more blogworthy lineup of some of the most memorable characters from HBO's celebrated crime drama "The Wire," a series known for tapping talented character actors to create an immersive and emotionally-charged Baltimore. The massive character galle
There may not be a definitive line of Batman and Robin sneakers based on the Caped Crusader's rogues gallery yet, but there is mini-marathon of artwork riffing on Bat-villains in artist Dennis Culver's portfolio. Culver decided to commit himself to drawing one Batman troublemaker per day, and his final lineup of n