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first-kiss-since-45:

vikadi:

set of nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo. i don’t think i have enough space on my tumblr for all his works that i’d like to post.

these are incredible

francavillarts:


~~ BATGIRL ~~ Lobby Card by Francesco Francavilla
SuperHeroines Pt.2 (of 3)
Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

~~ BATGIRL ~~
Lobby Card by Francesco Francavilla

SuperHeroines Pt.2 (of 3)

Cheers,
FF

xombiedirge:

Spider-Man vs. Green Goblin by Chris Stevens

xombiedirge:

Spider-Man vs. Green Goblin by Chris Stevens

Army of Darkness: Ash Gets Hitched    Issue #3
By Steve Niles and Nacho Tenorio
Cover by Francesco Francovilla

Army of Darkness: Ash Gets Hitched    Issue #3

By Steve Niles and Nacho Tenorio

Cover by Francesco Francovilla

arcaneimages:

Marvel’s Frankenstein Monster & Batman by Dean Trippe. 

arcaneimages:

Marvel’s Frankenstein Monster & Batman by Dean Trippe. 

francavillarts:

   I have been tinkering recently with a ElseWorlds story/take on Batman set in that 70s styling. So, from the pages of PULP SUNDAY, I give you BATMAN 1972!

   To keep him in “the part”, my Batman smokes, wear a leather coat and a turtleneck, and drives a cool 70s BatMobile (an OldsMobile maybe? ;) I still need to decide on brand and model.

   Of course, as usually it happens in these cases, I start to flesh out all the other characters/stars of the story. Pictured above we have Selina Kyle, aka Foxy CATWOMAN, Lieutenant Jim Gordon (with period appropriate ‘stache ;)) and Ed Nygma AKA The Riddler.

   Yes, you are witnessing the first case of BATPLOITATION. Hope ya dig it.

FF

michaelallanleonard:

Back Issue Magazine #5 Back Cover by Adam Hughes

michaelallanleonard:

Back Issue Magazine #5 Back Cover by Adam Hughes

arcaneimages:

Kirby. What If? cover 

Original female Thor? Can anyone find an earlier attempt?

arcaneimages:

Kirby. What If? cover 

Original female Thor? Can anyone find an earlier attempt?

thebristolboard:

Forgotten masterpieceComplete original art for “Shadow of the Axe” by Russ Heath (art) and Dave Sim (story) from Creepy #79, published by Warren, May 1976.