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Category Archives: Random Awesome
The cover to Thor #1, by Russell Dauterman with colors by Frank Martin Jr. is completely rocking my world, as is the new Thor logo, which is so clever that I have no idea how they hadn’t done it before now. Thor … Continue reading
Sam Mandeville is a graphic design student, and spent a semester long project creating a female superhero brochure. She shared the designs on Reddit, and I just had to ask her if we could share them here, because they’re pretty … Continue reading
Wonder Woman by Jeff Langevin
Maybe it’s old news to some of you, but I’ve recently been delighted by Pete Holmes Shows run of sketches featuring Professor X firing every member of the X-Men one by one. They’re a lot of fun, and Pete Holmes … Continue reading
My favorite both of New York Comic Con this year was a pretty non-traditional one. It wasn’t a booth promoting a new comic or artist, but one for fragrances based on each one of the Avengers from Marvel’s cinematic universe. … Continue reading
I’m a huuuuge makeup junkie, to the point where my RSS feed hits me with about 100 posts a day for all sorts of make up blogs and what not. Make Up by Siryn is one of my faves, as she’s … Continue reading
Squirrel Girl is admittedly one of my favorite lesser-known Marvel characters (I have a soft spot for the Great Lakes Avengers as a whole, but Earth’s Mightiest Nanny is my fave). Which is why I had to share this great … Continue reading
I came across this art a few weeks ago on tumblr and bookmarked it to post here. The style was familiar, but it wasn’t until later when I was clicking through the deviantart linked to it did I realize why … Continue reading
One of my favorite things is when artists draw characters that aren’t normally drawn in their particular style. So Bryan Lee O’Malley (writer/artist of the Scott Pilgrim series) posting his take on Dani Moonstar to his tumblr recently is super … Continue reading