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lectorconstante:

Patrulla de viernes, la mejor de las patrullas.
(la pinta Rany Atlan)

lectorconstante:

Patrulla de viernes, la mejor de las patrullas.

(la pinta Rany Atlan)

10 Notes

Altered image from Detective Comics # 75
Pencils:Bob Kane
Inks:George Roussos

Altered image from Detective Comics # 75

Pencils:Bob Kane

Inks:George Roussos

171 Notes

npr:

If you’ve seen Guardians of the Galaxy, you know Groot — the singing, dancing, crime-fighting tree. Groot was created by comics legend Jack Kirby, who’s also responsible for Captain America and the co-creator of the Avengers and the X-Men. Kirby died in 1994, but his birthday on August 28th has become something of a national celebration for comic book fans.
In the back room of a brewery just outside Albany, a small group of comic shop owners and comics creators gathers around a sketch of Kirby. The likeness peers intensely out from the page, inking pen in one hand, pencil clenched in his lips. But it’s not in a comic book. It’s the label on a bottle of beer.
"I just wanted to capture sort of his artistic power," says artist Paul Harding. "Sort of an extreme view looking up from his drawing surface." Harding is the sculptor behind a lot of the action figures you see in stores. He drew the image of Kirby. The the group is slapping it on limited edition beer bottles in preparation for Kirby Day. 
Raising A Birthday Glass To Comics King Jack Kirby
Photo credit: Courtesy of Paul Harding

npr:

If you’ve seen Guardians of the Galaxy, you know Groot — the singing, dancing, crime-fighting tree. Groot was created by comics legend Jack Kirby, who’s also responsible for Captain America and the co-creator of the Avengers and the X-Men. Kirby died in 1994, but his birthday on August 28th has become something of a national celebration for comic book fans.

In the back room of a brewery just outside Albany, a small group of comic shop owners and comics creators gathers around a sketch of Kirby. The likeness peers intensely out from the page, inking pen in one hand, pencil clenched in his lips. But it’s not in a comic book. It’s the label on a bottle of beer.

"I just wanted to capture sort of his artistic power," says artist Paul Harding. "Sort of an extreme view looking up from his drawing surface." Harding is the sculptor behind a lot of the action figures you see in stores. He drew the image of Kirby. The the group is slapping it on limited edition beer bottles in preparation for Kirby Day. 

Raising A Birthday Glass To Comics King Jack Kirby

Photo credit: Courtesy of Paul Harding

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failed-mad-scientist:

Hawkgirl - David Finch

failed-mad-scientist:

Hawkgirl - David Finch

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thehappysorceress:

Composite Superman by Mark Engblom

thehappysorceress:

Composite Superman by Mark Engblom

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ugurtardi:

Zodiac 2

ugurtardi:

Zodiac 2

2 Notes

ugurtardi:

Zodiac

ugurtardi:

Zodiac

40 Notes

thehappysorceress:

Wasp by Stephen Gomez

165 Notes

thehappysorceress:

Wonder Woman and the Legion of Super Heroes by Paul Sizer

thehappysorceress:

Wonder Woman and the Legion of Super Heroes by Paul Sizer

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And he had a kid side-kick.

And he had a kid side-kick.

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Hey that’s no way to talk to a lady!

Hey that’s no way to talk to a lady!

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Seriously the man went though planes like they were disposable razors. 

Seriously the man went though planes like they were disposable razors. 

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Early aviation hero from the comic strip Skyroads here given his own series in Australia.
He flew all over the place, but seemed to have a hard time staying in the planes he did the flying in.

Early aviation hero from the comic strip Skyroads here given his own series in Australia.

He flew all over the place, but seemed to have a hard time staying in the planes he did the flying in.

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failed-mad-scientist:

Wonder Woman - Nicola Scott

failed-mad-scientist:

Wonder Woman - Nicola Scott

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failed-mad-scientist:

Dr. Strange - Matteo Scalera

failed-mad-scientist:

Dr. Strange - Matteo Scalera