Possessed with an unusually strong command of layout and a mastery of multiple illustration styles, former Daredevil artist Paolo Rivera’s work is a favorite of not just other artists but also to fans of design and drawing. The artist caters to both on his blog, which is frequently updated with fascinating process pieces that include his own reference photographs and helpful discussions of technique. We've excerpted several of these on ComicsAlliance before, but none as fun as these wedding invitations Rivera created to pay homage to his new wife April but also the great characters -- notably Tintin creator Hergé -- for whom the couple shares a great love.
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Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: What is your favorite superhero wedding of all time? (I'm pretty sure you're either going to go with Reed & Sue Richards or Big Barda & Mister Miracle but I look forward to your answer nonetheless). -- K.D., via email
A: If you're a regular reader of this column,
For anyone who has read (or played the video game version of, or watched the movie adaptation of) Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim, it's difficult to wrap the tale without feeling good about love... and video games, and music, and cartoons. Inspired by this associated goodness, friends Simon Lai, Alex Ha, Charles Murakam
Photography: Hoffer Photography showcases the wedding of Erin and Tim, whose party seemed to have a secret identity all its own.
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While my lady and I garnished our nuptials with our share of nerdy details a few months back, I must admit, I kind of wish I would have known about Etsy user Swelser's very Jack Kirby-inspired custom comic book cover wedding invitations depicting happy couples in four color glory.I'm a little bit comforted by
I know that everyone's seen that wedding video where the entire wedding party dances down the aisle and it's magic, and I get the appeal behind coming up with some "creative" idea for doing something "special" on your own wedding day.
But grooms: Please remember to consider your partner when orchestrating elaborate jokes or theatrical interludes, particularly if they involve you d
What kind of wedding would two self-proclaimed geeks who met while working at a KB Toys store have? If Ian and Maureen's comics-tastic wedding invitation is any indication, most likely an awesome one.
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