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Tom Fowler’s Venom Tears Through Techno-Ghosts In Beautiful Black and White
Tom Fowler’s Venom Tears Through Techno-Ghosts In Beautiful Black and White
If you've been reading ComicsAlliance for a while, then you're probably already aware that we're huge fans of Tom Fowler. Whether it's pin-up pieces for Comic Twart, stories for MAD Magazine or art for comics like Mysterius the Unfathomable and Deadpool Team-Up, Fowler brings an incredibly fluid sense of motion to everything he does, and it's always a treat to see...
Link Ink: Fantastic Family Tree, New ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Art and Stan Sakai Meets Usagi Yojimbo
Link Ink: Fantastic Family Tree, New ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Art and Stan Sakai Meets Usagi Yojimbo
Infographics: The Fantastic Four have had some recent shakeups in their family tree, but Joe Stone can help any fan make sense of the chaos. Or can he? Crimefighters: Phoenix Jones has been pounding the pavement in Seattle suburbs, but Great Britain has its own hero in the costumed 'The Statesman...
Comic Twart Celebrates One Year of Awesome Art
Comic Twart Celebrates One Year of Awesome Art
Here at ComicsAlliance, we've been fans of the Comic Twart blog since day one, and this week, the best online art jam on the web celebrates its official one year anniversary! As you can see by Evan "Doc" Shaner's anniversary piece above, the site has seen a gang of incredible artists teaming up to pick one character or theme to draw every week, from Zorro to the films of Alfred Hitchcoc
Marvel Comics Get the ‘What If’ Treatment at Comic Twart
Marvel Comics Get the ‘What If’ Treatment at Comic Twart
Unlike the time Comic Twart told its contributors to each draw a piece of Sandman art, their Marvel Comics and "What If...?" themes demanded that artists stick within the confines of Spider-Man and Iron Man's universe. The flip side was that they could re-imagine established concepts however they saw fit, and the visions of Man-Thing and Rocket Raccoon that they produced made their final
MONSTERS Project: Tom Fowler’s Sad Frankenstein is Sad
MONSTERS Project: Tom Fowler’s Sad Frankenstein is Sad
The MONSTERS Project continues today with original art from Tom Fowler, whose work we've enjoyed so much in Mysterius: The Unfathomable, countless amazing convention sketches and the outstanding Comic Twart blog, among other places. Here, he depicts the weary, tragic visage of Frankenstein, the mistreated, outcast monster whose rejection by mankind lead him down a path of empty revenge and heartbr
ComicsAlliance Goes MAD: Chris Sims Visits the ‘MAD’ Magazine Offices
ComicsAlliance Goes MAD: Chris Sims Visits the ‘MAD’ Magazine Offices
Last weekend's trip to the New York Comic-Con was also my first ever trip to New York City, and while the entire trip was a great time, one of the biggest highlights came on Monday, when I went to the "MAD Magazine" offices. I was invited in by Tom Fowler -- who, in addition to drawing comics like "Mysterius the Unfathomable " and an upcoming issue of "Deadpool Team-Up,&qu
The Many Faces of Luke Cage, Drawn Live by Comic Twart [Art]
The Many Faces of Luke Cage, Drawn Live by Comic Twart [Art]
Luke Cage was the subject of a live drawing event during the Comic Twart panel at HeroesCon yesterday, moderated by our very own Chris Sims. The artists of the weekly theme art blog -- Tom Fowler, Chris Samnee, Francesco Francavilla, Ron Salas, Declan Shalvey, and Andy Kuhn -- took up the challenge via audience suggestion, and Francesco Francavilla was so fast that he actually added two Luke Cages