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brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1985-1987: Selections from Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe

Jeez, remember when Marvel and DC would let Bill Sienkiewicz loose on almost ANYTHING?

Black Canary by Bruce Timm

Black Canary by Bruce Timm

Batman by Stuart Sayger

davestokes:

A lot of people asked to see this at London Super Comic Con this weekend, so here’s a very hastily stitched together version to tide people over until I can go through and clean up the scan a bit and match the pieces up a bit neater

Selina Kyle by Lorena Carvalho

From the Hank Pym Photo Archives- “Franklin Richards Meets The Hulk”, NYC, 1970 by philnoto

Here’s The Truth About Stan Lee’s Legacy 

"I don’t think there could be a more complicated subject to tackle in a single column than this one, because as an industry and as an art form, I think we all have a lot of complicated feelings about Stan Lee…"

Really nice, balanced piece.

By which we mean it totes confirms Nick’s bias.

Megan Gwynn “Pixie” by philnoto

beckycloonan:

Freezing ink! File under: things i learned at TCAF, and I’m sorry for drawing Paul Pope so poorly.

Marvel Fanfare #40, October 1988, written by Ann Nocenti and Chris Claremont, penciled by David Mazzucchelli and Craig T. Hamilton

Marvel Fanfare #40, October 1988, written by Ann Nocenti and Chris Claremont, penciled by David Mazzucchelli and Craig T. Hamilton

(via brianmichaelbendis)

Galactus by… not sure.

If you know who did this, please get in touch!

Couple of great panels from Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man #64 (1984). Written by Bill Mantlo, art by Ed Hannigan & Jim Mooney.

(I love the way Hannigan & Mooney draw the long shots of characters in this issue, like these Spideys and Cloak and Dagger, whose first appearances are in this issue.)

Cloak and Dagger by Joshua Middleton

Aww, Benjy!

Fantastic Four by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. LOVE Kirby’s Ben Grimm.

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