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brianmichaelbendis:

Ra’s Al Ghul by Mike Mignola

brianmichaelbendis:

Ra’s Al Ghul by Mike Mignola

driveintheaterofthemind:

Wonder Woman (1974)

Wonder Woman (Cathy Lee Crosby)

driveintheaterofthemind:

Wonder Woman (1974)

Wonder Woman (Cathy Lee Crosby)

jameshance:

Latest Painting - “Truth, Justice & The Letter ‘S’” (Superman / Super Grover - 18” x 24” Gesso / Graphite / Acrylic / Color Pencil on Canvas)

Yes! One of my favorite things ever, so far! Prints are available right now in my US store and very shortly over in my UK / Rest of the World store

I’ll be framing the original painting and bringing it along to Fanboy Expo, Tampa in September where you can buy it, if you like!

Thanks for your niceness, as always :)

x

My Store / My Facebook / Original Art on eBay

thechronologicalsuperman:

Superman vol.1 #30 - Cover date September-October 1944
Lois stars in her third solo installment, and features prominently in the opening story to this issue (which involves Superman and Clark Kent switching roles, or at least pretending to, for Jimmy’s and Lois’ benefits), followed by Superman helping set a rightful heir to a foreign throne back in charge of the country which was stolen from his ancestor.
More importantly than any of these, though, is the comic book debut of Mr.Mxyztplk, and - unlike his newspaper appearance - this story focuses entirely on his peculiar brand of mischief.
Fans of the animated Superman series from the 1990s will recognize some of the elements of the story, from Mxyztplk’s bulb-headed, purple-suited appearance to his faking death after a truck collision and, of course, loudly awakening the forgetful “McGurk” (actually the famous Rodin statue The Thinker) at a Metropolis museum.
The incredibly popular imp causes a number of ruckuses around the city, engages Superman in a super-breath contest - not something that happens every day - and eventually laughs himself right back to the magical dimension of Zrrrf - for a short while, anyway, as he quickly proves to be one of Superman’s most popular foes.

thechronologicalsuperman:

Superman vol.1 #30 - Cover date September-October 1944

Lois stars in her third solo installment, and features prominently in the opening story to this issue (which involves Superman and Clark Kent switching roles, or at least pretending to, for Jimmy’s and Lois’ benefits), followed by Superman helping set a rightful heir to a foreign throne back in charge of the country which was stolen from his ancestor.

More importantly than any of these, though, is the comic book debut of Mr.Mxyztplk, and - unlike his newspaper appearance - this story focuses entirely on his peculiar brand of mischief.

Fans of the animated Superman series from the 1990s will recognize some of the elements of the story, from Mxyztplk’s bulb-headed, purple-suited appearance to his faking death after a truck collision and, of course, loudly awakening the forgetful “McGurk” (actually the famous Rodin statue The Thinker) at a Metropolis museum.

The incredibly popular imp causes a number of ruckuses around the city, engages Superman in a super-breath contest - not something that happens every day - and eventually laughs himself right back to the magical dimension of Zrrrf - for a short while, anyway, as he quickly proves to be one of Superman’s most popular foes.

herochan:

Batman Cowl Designs 

Created by Carlos D’Anda, Buff Monster, Conrad Leach, Mike PerryJustin Fines, Lee Bermejo, Derek Deal, Nathan Sawaya, Horsebites & Frank Iero

Part of the Cape/Cowl/Create exhibition which debuted at SDCC 2014 and will continue by touring the U.S. Presented in conjunction with DC Comics, Batman: Arkham Knight and Vice.

(via:xombiedirge)

driveintheaterofthemind:

Catwoman by Adam Hughes

driveintheaterofthemind:

Catwoman by Adam Hughes

Margot Kidder

Margot Kidder

Margot Kidder As Lois Lane

Margot Kidder As Lois Lane

Lady Blawkhawk by Ming Doyle

Lady Blawkhawk by Ming Doyle

Batman ’66 José Luis García-López

Batman ’66 José Luis García-López

Wotan by Mike Mignola

Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #026 (April 1987)

Wotan by Mike Mignola

Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #026 (April 1987)

theartisticendeavor:

Superman

Model Felipe

Photography by gutyerrez

theartisticendeavor:

Superman

Model Felipe

Photography by gutyerrez

Comic - Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes: Conquerors Of The Counter-World  #01 (Guillem March Cover)

Comic - Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes: Conquerors Of The Counter-World #01 (Guillem March Cover)

Comic - Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes: Conquerors Of The Counter-World  #01 (Frazer Irving Cover)

Comic - Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes: Conquerors Of The Counter-World #01 (Frazer Irving Cover)

Vintage Comic - Captain Carrot And His Amazing Zoo Crew #014

Pencils: Scott Shaw
Inks: Scott Shaw
DC (Apr1983)

Vintage Comic - Captain Carrot And His Amazing Zoo Crew #014

Pencils: Scott Shaw
Inks: Scott Shaw
DC (Apr1983)