The Evil Dead - Sam Raimi’s low budget camera rigs

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bendiswordsforpictures:

Drawing Superheroes (Part 1 of 3).

John Romita Sr. draws Spider-Man and Joe Kubert draws Just Imagine Stan Lee’s Batman.

The lack of narration and just the sound of drawing is awesome :)

brianmichaelbendis:

The Shadow Knows by Michael W. Kaluta

brianmichaelbendis:

The Shadow Knows by Michael W. Kaluta

alexhchung:

Batgirl by Bill Sienkiewicz

alexhchung:

Batgirl by Bill Sienkiewicz

alexhchung:

Batman, Green Arrow, and the Question poster by Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz.This piece was created for a retail poster to promote the 1988 three-part “Fables” story arc that ran through Detective Annual #1, Green Arrow Annual #1, and Question Annual #1.

alexhchung:

Batman, Green Arrow, and the Question poster by Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz.

This piece was created for a retail poster to promote the 1988 three-part “Fables” story arc that ran through Detective Annual #1, Green Arrow Annual #1, and Question Annual #1.

comicblah:

Superman by Neal Adams and Alan Kupperberg

comicblah:

Superman by Neal Adams and Alan Kupperberg

eaja:

Dungeons & Dragons (1983-1985).

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brianmichaelbendis:

Blue and Gold card: Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, drawn by Kevin Maguire.

brianmichaelbendis:

Blue and Gold card: Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, drawn by Kevin Maguire.

johnbyrnedraws:

Superman on Time magazine cover by John Byrne & Jerry Ordway. 1988.
John shared this about doing the cover:

I don’t recall what I was paid for that TIME cover. I have done the best I can to blot most of that experience out of my mind. Just about everything that could have gone wrong went wrong — including the cover been featured later than it was supposed to be and so blowing all the hype.
The worst part was that the art director at TIME decided he knew more about what comics look and read like than, you know, people who do comics for a living, and so added that godawful word balloon to the cover, which not only has some of the worst lettering I have ever seen, but also has Superman referring to his “supernatural” powers.
FEH

johnbyrnedraws:

Superman on Time magazine cover by John Byrne & Jerry Ordway. 1988.

John shared this about doing the cover:

I don’t recall what I was paid for that TIME cover. I have done the best I can to blot most of that experience out of my mind. Just about everything that could have gone wrong went wrong — including the cover been featured later than it was supposed to be and so blowing all the hype.

The worst part was that the art director at TIME decided he knew more about what comics look and read like than, you know, people who do comics for a living, and so added that godawful word balloon to the cover, which not only has some of the worst lettering I have ever seen, but also has Superman referring to his “supernatural” powers.

FEH

alexhchung:

Action Comics #609 by Brian Bolland

alexhchung:

Action Comics #609 by Brian Bolland

alexhchung:

DC Super Heroes 1982 pin up by Brian Bolland

alexhchung:

DC Super Heroes 1982 pin up by Brian Bolland

comicbookartwork:

Elektra by Bill Sienkiewicz

comicbookartwork:

Elektra by Bill Sienkiewicz

brianmichaelbendis:

Batman storyboards by Bruce Timm

alexhchung:

Legion of Super-Heroes by Alex Ross

alexhchung:

Legion of Super-Heroes by Alex Ross