We see relevant pop culture alphabet redecos on a pretty regular basis around these parts. Why, who could forget Sean Murphy's awesome Wolverine ABC's or Brandon and Emma Peat's "A is for Ackbar" series of Star Wars letters? It's hard to suffer from any kind of design fatigue, though, when artists like Fabian Gonzal
We got a taste of Sean Murphy's Wolverine-ized alphabet back in October, but the "Joe the Barbarian" artist is a busy man and as such, it's taken him awhile to complete his full A-Z project at his deviantART page. This week Murphy wrapped his full 26 letter run and the results are fittingly MARVELous enough to use a
Remember the name Sean Murphy, because this guy is going to be big. The former "Hellblazer" artist is currently illustrating a "Joe the Barbarian" Vertigo miniseries with Grant Morrison, but more importantly to me right now, he drew this killer "Wolverine alphabet" on his Deviantart page, featuring the adamantium-clawed mutant in a variety of letter-oriented poses.
The rest of the gallery is equally can't-miss, including a charming portrait of Carl Sagan
If you haven't seen Neill's A-Z of Awesomeness, you have been missing out. Virtually every letter is a gem, mixing comics and sci-fi characters in ridiculous alliterative situations, from Optimus Prime Obliterating Oompa Loompas to Hagar the Horrible Hacking Hello Kitty in Half. Check them out in detail here, and then buy the poster -- you can ev
-- Comics creator Neill Cameron teaches us our ABCs all over again with an in-the-works collection of alphabet-themed superhero and comic book character art. (Robot 6)
-- The University of Nebraska-Lincoln library archives holds a digital