Castle & Firefly ReferencesBest.
i may not be over it but i will never be as not over it as nathan fillion is
The original artwork featuring the first ever appearance of Wolverine, by artist Herb Trimpe, on the final page of The Incredible Hulk #180 (1974), arguably the most important debut of a comic book character in the last 40 years, has surfaced from the private hands where it has resided for more than three decades and will cross the block at Heritage Auctions on May 16.
Photographs by Barry Bland/Barcroft USA
A sequence of layout drawings by Chuck Jones for “The Bugs Bunny Show” airing on ABC October 1960. Graphite and colored pencil on 12 field animation paper.
Dryad Revised by ChrisRa
I’m a huge fan of artist Brian Stelfreeze and one of my most treasured commissions is the one he did for me last year of Barbara Gordon as Oracle.
Stelfreeze is currently working on Day Men, a vampire/crime mash-up, for Boom! and the third issue of that is out tomorrow.
Stelfreeze as noted has done work for DC Comics in the past including covers for Shadow of the Bat and the Wednesday Comics Catwoman series.
Recently he has been doing what are described as “warm-up pieces” and posting them on his Twitter and Facebook. Here’s a look a the pieces he did for Black History month including some familiar DC women.
So I think Ellen won the selfie olympics