nealdanderson:

I visited the Frank Frazetta museum in East Stroudsburg, PA this week and was so moved by the personal tour given by Frank Jr. and his wife Lori that I had to do another tribute to the late great master.
R.I.P. Frank Frazetta
1928-2010

nealdanderson:

I visited the Frank Frazetta museum in East Stroudsburg, PA this week and was so moved by the personal tour given by Frank Jr. and his wife Lori that I had to do another tribute to the late great master.

R.I.P. Frank Frazetta

1928-2010

tomscholes:

archatlas:

Dan McPharlin

Can’t not reblog McPharlin :)

Early Phil Hale work from Epic Illustrated- Johnny Badhair.

tohellwithbaberuth:

Stunning new page up at Grenade Amok! Read more, here:
http://www.grenadeamok.com/#/the-bird-box-gambit/

Reblog to get this comic spread around!

tohellwithbaberuth:

Stunning new page up at Grenade Amok! Read more, here:

http://www.grenadeamok.com/#/the-bird-box-gambit/

Reblog to get this comic spread around!

Anyone in interested in creating wordless comics and getting them into an upcoming magazine project, PM me!

nealdanderson:

I wanted to create a short comic very much in the vein of Moebius and the early issues of Heavy Metal Magazine and its French equivalent, Metal Hurlant. My challenge was to create a full story without any dialogue or exposition. 

So that’s where my proposition starts. I want to create a kind of anthology magazine, but one that’s totally made of wordless comics. So please, REBLOG and get this spread around, as I want to start gathering talent in the independent comic realm to help contribute to this idea. If it gets big enough, I may even start some kind of kickstarter and propose the idea to bigger publishers!

retazosdered:

François Schuiten

retazosdered:

François Schuiten

thebristolboard:

"Modern Art, or… Art for Art’s Sake" by Dave Berg from Riot #3, published by Marvel Comics, August 1954.

nealdanderson:

Check it out now! A couple comics I’ve illustrated are featured here!

tohellwithbaberuth:

http://www.grenadeamok.com/

I’ve launched a website for weird crime comics, so please, take a look! They’re going to get very, very interesting.

design-is-fine:

Heinz Edelmann, book cover design for Lord of the Rings by Tolkien, 1969/70. Klett-Cotta Verlag, Stuttgart.

design-is-fine:

Heinz Edelmann, book cover design for Lord of the Rings by Tolkien, 1969/70. Klett-Cotta Verlag, Stuttgart.

nathanandersonart:

Coen Bros. Character Caricatures. 

ungoliantschilde:

Excalibur-Six Drawings by Barry Windsor-Smith.

nealdanderson:

Revisiting a Mermaid character I designed a year or so ago.

nealdanderson:

Revisiting a Mermaid character I designed a year or so ago.

elosilla:

Juan Giménez is one of my favorite artists. His illustrations are a pleasure to look at, and if you have time, please, read “The Metabarons”  a treasure of sci-fi comic. (*)