It was inevitable, just a matter of time until we got hooked on the new Daredevil tv series by Marvel and Netflix. I must say that it really is a super awesome series, and waaaay better then the story presented years ago with Ben Affleck as the man without fear. Daredevil is a true badass comic hero, and there are so many nice illustrations of him that it would be impossible for us not to make a nice collection of them. These were done my super talented artists, so for more of their work, please visit their portfolios simply by clicking each image. I hope you enjoy these, and don't forget to tell us how do you like the tv series. Cheers! ;) Joel Gomez ömer tunç John Gallagher Albert Hulm Lewis Jones Stefan Petrisor Ramón Nuñez Reynan Sanchez spytroop Caio Fantini Leonardo Menezes Mitch Breitweiser richard anderson Joel Gomez Mitch Breitweiser Creature Box Dave Stokes Joel Gomez Albert Hulm Simone Bianchi Christian Nauck
I must say I really love seeing cool illustration projects featuring overall pop culture. Christopher Lee, a Californian designer and illustrator, is the man behind these super cool pieces showing various characters from movies, comics and games. Gotta love the style he brought to his series "Select your hero", in which more than heroes are depicted. He's done so many great character it almost looks like the selection screen from Super Smash Bros. Here you can see only a handful of his pieces... for more of these, please visit Christopher's personal portfolio. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did, and don't forget to tell us which of these is your favorite character! Since I'm watching Daredevil on Netflix, I'll pick him for now. Cheers. ;) Porkins Cyclops Admiral Ackbar Deadpool BMO Darth Vader Ash Finn and Jake Fionna and Cake Daredevil Link Mario Pee Wee Herman Predator Sam and Max Rocket Raccoon Samus Aran Bulbasaur Apocalypse Star Fox Totoro Bebop Yoda The Flash
Super heroes are known for their costumes, usually colorful and a bit out of reality in terms of style and fashion. In this post we will share some really cool illustrations giving a new take on the look of some of our favorite super heroes, from hipster Batman and X-Man to the western Justice League, it's always amazing to see what simple ideas and creative minds are capable of. Hipster Batman by thecreatorhd Arkham Empire by thecreatorhd Batman in Star Wars by thecreatorhd Last Supper of Gotham by thecreatorhd Hipster X-Men by thecreatorhd Justice League Western Re-Design by DenisM79 Avengers: Too Mainstream by QuestionableWhimsy
Gaikuo is an artist from Beijing, China and he decided to put himself into drawings of characters from his favourite comics, cartoons and films, including The Dark Knight Rises, Avengers, Dragon Ball, Naruto, Pokémon and more. Comic fans will appreciate his creativity and appreciate his way to re-imagine the comic world. Find out more about Gaikuo and his drawings via his Zcool Profile All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo All Rights to Gaikuo Links More info about Gaikuo: http://www.zcool.com.cn/u/1324362
Pixel art is still one of my all time favorite styles, probably because I grew up in the 80s playing Atari. Early generation consoles had an additional influence on me as this type of illustration was pretty common. The amazing thing about pixel art is that it reduces the form to the minimum amount of detail that makes it recognizable. The illustrations of Ercan Akkaya are good examples. I particularly love how you can identify the different superheroes despite the simplistic form. So in this post we will feature a set of illustratios from Ercan Akkaya titled Pixel Superheroes. For more information about Ercan visit http://www.41-29.com
Hi everyone, today we're saying goodbye to the Comic Book Artist series, for now we're no longer going to make it as weekly series, but you can see all the posts here. Anyway, on this last post we're featuring Marcio Abreu, a outstanding penciler and inker form São Paulo, Brazil. Hopefully we're going to see more form this young artist soon. You can see more artworks from Marcio Abreu at his DeviantArt Gallery and you also can see his last updates on his Blog.
Most of you may know Joe Quesada from his outstanding Marvel covers from Wolverine series, actually Joe is way more than just a great penciler and inker. Starting out during the 90's , Joe worked on Valiant comics before getting on Marvel and DC comics and later even opening his own company, Event Comics. I could spent the whole talking about this awesome artist, unfortunately he haven't a official website, but you can find more information about him on his Wikipedia Profile and more artworks at his Comic Art Community Gallery.
I think pretty much everyone here heard about Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, a movie released in 2010 featuring the story of a boy who had to to defeat "seven evil exes" in order to stay with his girlfriend. Most people didn't know but the movie was entirely based on a really cool comic story created by Brian Lee O'Malley, the comic artist I am featuring today. With a line work that resembles both from Manga art and american comic book art, Bryan is one of the few comic artist that you can recognize at first sight.. You can see more from Bryan at his Official Blog, you also can see his latest news at his Twitter, you should also access Scott Pilgrim Official Website.
Most known for his collaborations with the writer Jeph Loeb in storylines for both DC and Marvel comics, Tim Sale is a veteran when it comes to make interesting and introspective artwork. With a linework that resemble masters as Mike Mignolla, I just can't get enough from this penciler/inker. Unfortunately, Tim's Official Website is offline for now, but you can see some of his artwork at his Comic Art Community profile.
Francesco Francavilla is multidisciplinary italian artist with skills requested by many, he's amazing at almost anything he's working on. Nowadays he's working mainly with Marvel's Black Panther and Captain America and Bucky. You can see more artworks and updates from Francesco at his Official Website or at his Blog.
I'm a big fan of Green Lantern, since my girlfriend introduce me to Green Lanterns Corp Issue #1 I got in touch with the art of Patrick Gleason. Nowadays, Patrick have worked on other titles at DC comics as Batman, Robin, H-E-R-O, Aquaman, Brighest Day and JSA. I really dig his knowledge on shading and anatomy and I'm expecting more good artworks from this artist full of talent. You can sse more artworks and updates from the artist at his Official Blog, you can also see loads of beatiful comic covers done by this outstanding penciler on his Comic Art Community profile.
Brazil have been one of the top countries on export great talents for the comic book industry. Nowadays we have many brazilians working on major comic companies as Marvel, DC, Image and Vertigo and I'm quite pride of that. As this is a great sign that our internal industry is finally going forward. André Coelho is one of this comic book artist that had the opportunity to work for major comic book companies, what is quite undeniable when you see the work this inker/penciler has to offer. You can see more artworks from André at his Blog or at his DevianArt profile.
Praised by some, hated by others, Rob Liefeld is one of those comic book artist that you should love or leave. Anyway, what made me brought this artist here is because of his major influence on the 90's comics, Rob style displays totally the techniques that were developed on this period of comics. Dashed lines, horizontal panels, flat multi color covers, extreme muscle bodies, big high-tech guns. All this is quite familiar for anyone who read a comic during the 90's, what brings me some nostalgia. You can see more from Rob at his Official Website.
Eduardo Risso is a worldwide acclaimed argentine comic book artist, most known for his work with Brian Azzarello on the Vertigo title "100 Bullets" , winner of the Eisner and Harvey Award. He have been working for major comic companies as DC comics, Vertigo and Heavy Metal on the past 20 years, recently he worked on the highly anticipated comic "Before Watchmen". You can see more from Eduardo at his Official Website.
Ron Salas is one my latest discovery on comic book art, his remarkable black and white style reminds me the masters Mike Mignolla and Frank Miller. Let's keep an eye on what this great talent will show us further on future, but for now let's check his latest illustrations. You can check more from this skillfull comic book artist at his Official Website and at his Tumblr. z
Dan Adkins is one of the legends of the silver age of comic books, being a penciler and inker for almost every big comic company. He's one of the responsibles for defining the Science Fiction and Fantasy comics artwork, with a really remarkable and clean trace. Unfortunately, Dan Adkins don't have a Official Website, but you can see more of his work If you search on Tumblr and you can know more about his story at his Wikipedia profile.
Esad Ribic is one of the most interesting comic book artist nowadays. Despite his work as a penciler, he's most known as a cover artist for Marvel comics. His ability to with composition, phisiology and colors it's what brought my attention. You can see more from Esad at his Official Website.