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Ugo Santana Enjoys Playing With Colors, Shadows and Batman


Ugo Santana will surprise you more the longer you look back through his portfolio. He draws some mean stripped-down black and white pieces with the same attention to detail that Chris Samnee uses, but he also has the ability to throw down some thick, killer Geof Darrow-style sketches, and on occasion you may see him break out a shiny Skeletor that looks like he could have been made by a young Boris Vallejo...

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‘Adventure Time’ Gets Lantern Corps Colors and Marvel Goes Pixel Perfect [Art]


Finn's willpower and bravery on "Adventure Time" have been well documented in the past, but deviantART user ShwigityShwonShwei found a lot more in the series' characters with a few power rings from the various Lantern factions...

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Dean Trippe Keeps it Crisp With Cool and Colorful Cartooning


Whether you recognize Dean Trippe from his web-published comic "Butterfly" or his role as a founder of Project Rooftop, you know that he's got a crisp style to his artwork that goes down like Kool-Aid over Silver Age Superman comics (while reading them, not spilled on them)...

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Dustin Nguyen’s Characters Cop a Lot of Attitude


A lot of great artists out there like Eiko-Chan do their own thing while pulling off some of the same fun tricks that Dustin Nguyen integrates into his comics work. Ultimately, however, there is only one Dustin Nguyen, and whether you're looking at his published Batman work or the commissions he churns out during convention season, you know that he gets what physical attitude is all about...

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Eiko-Chan’s Batman and Superman Renditions are a Happy Meal of Fan Art


Batman rogues gallery specialist Dennis Culver has some competition out there in the Internet world of fan art thanks to creator Eiko-Chan. Her work has the thick, clean spaces and animated quality of Dustin Nguyen's, but she also throws a few less organic angles into her figures' faces and muscles...

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Deviant Art Versus Comic Book “Inkers.” Wait, What?


Deviant Art, possibly the top site for artists to show off their skills, has betrayed a baffling ignorance of comics art in their decision to remove the art ("deviations") of an inker over copyright claims, as explained by veteran inker Bob Almond, who is known for everything from inking "Black Panther" to "Star Trek" comics...

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Pokemon Evolve Into Frighteningly Realistic Artwork


Pokémon enthusiasts can be capable of some serious feats, including a capella vocal performances, cosplaying marriage proposals and amassing 12,000 Pokémon toys within a confined area. Exceptionally creative fans can even churn out innovative visual takes on the critters, and one such artiste has discovered a way to portray Jigglypuff in a style that could make an appearance in your nightmares tonight.

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Marvelman Fans ‘Kimota’ Tribute Artwork Into Existence


Marvel Comics' own tribute to Marvelman hits stores this week in the form of "Marvelman Family's Finest" #1, the first volume in a series of vintage pre-Alan Moore/Neil Gaiman reprints. Legal challenges and ownership questions have kept the hero out of new books for quite some time, but no one has stood in the way of fan art...

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‘Wolverine: Netsuke’ Re-Imagined By Art Students


Not since Wolverine Art Appreciation Month more than a year ago have we seen the likes of the Logan paintings that Jon Foster's book cover class produced in tribute to George Pratt's "Wolverine: Netsuke" miniseries...

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A Power Girl Mega-Gallery In Honor Of ‘Power Girl’ #12


Power Girl cuts one of the most distinctive full-body silhouettes in comics, and few artists have cut her as distinctively as Amanda Conner during her run with co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray that ends today in DC's "Power Girl #12...

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