Lion-O by Adnan Ali
Daredevil (Yellow Costume) by Dave Bardin
Age of Apocalypse by Gerardo Sandoval
Original JLA cover art by Murphy Anderson from the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #28, 1998.
This “jam sketch” of the X-Men was drawn by six separate artists, five on July 10, 1982 and the final one on August 21, 1982. The artists involved were:
- John Byrne – Kitty Pryde
- Bill Sienkiewicz – Wolverine
- Dave Cockrum – Nightcrawler
- Paul Smith – Cyclops
- Bob Wiacek – Storm
- George Perez – Colossus
So very cool!
Spider-Man by Barnaby Bagenda
Alpha Flight #13, page 17 by John Byrne. 1984.
I heard John Byrne once say that he didn’t like doing the Alpha Flight series, that he never found something that worked more than making them a Canadian X-Men. I loved the series, though, and remember this page well.
Nerdist got their hands on a copy of the pilot script for TNT’s new live action Teen Titans series and revealed the new team lineup. Spoiler alert: nobody in it is green or half robot.
Such a great time to be alive as a comics and TV/film fan.
It’s on a cable channel while I’m eating lunch, and I’m struck by how terrible most of it is. Except that last fight scene. That one scene is pretty epic.
I guess all the money went into that scene, and that’s why they couldn’t afford Angel a realistic looking set of wings.
New Mutants by Alex Ross
Oh my, this is cool. I loved the New Mutants book when I was younger and it first appeared. I love Alex Ross as an older fan. And they meet here! Hurrah.