The art above is probably the most popular Master of Kung Fu cover ever created by Paul Gulacy. It’s interesting to see Paul’s reimagining of it below.
Steranko art is as rare as it is beautiful.
And how often do you see a Steranko Superman?
The Steranko piece above is more than a two-page spread. It’s actually a Superman story created by Steranko for Superman 400. Click on the art above or this link to Bendis! to see a bigger and easier-to-read version.
Dave Wachter has another winning hand with his art above. Click on the drawing to get a bigger look at the poker game between Jonah Hex, Django and Brett Maverick. Oh, and let’s not forget The Man with No Name who is making his entrance.
The only way this could have been better is if Cheyenne Bodie and Jim West also made an appearance.
Check out this Raiders Of The Lost Ark poster by Chris Schweitzer! You can see a much larger version at Bendis!
Yep. Mike Zeck. The uber-talented artist that went on to draw professionally for Marvel, DC and others. The Mike Zeck known for his work on The Punisher, Batman, Spider-Man, Secret Wars… well, you get the idea.
Not only was Mike the winner at the 1971 Comic Art Convention but he took photos of his time at the show and the guests there — Frazetta, Gil Kane, Harvey Kurtman and others. You can learn more about the con and see some of Mike’s photos by clicking over to Dan Gearino’s site.
John Wick #1 from Dynamite Comics is available now…
JOHN WICK: BOOK OF RULES PART ONE
When a young John Wick emerges from prison and embarks upon his first, epic vendetta, he comes up against a strange, powerful community of assassins and must learn how to master the Book of Rules that guides their lethal business. What are the Three Bills? Who is Calamity? And who was John Wick before he became the Baba Yaga? Here for the first time, read the thrilling origin story of John Wick, from “Planet Hulk” writer Greg Pak and “Dark Horse Presents” artist Giovanni Valletta.
If you’d like to see a 5 page preview plus all of the variant covers you can by clicking over to The Outhousers.com.
If I was to suggested movies that would make great tv shows, I’d suggest these three for starters…
That was an exciting time for comics. The Punisher, up to that point, had been a secondary, guest-starring character who had real potential. Steven Grant had the right take on Frank Castle and of course, Mike Zeck and John Beatty were the team to bring the project to life.
Sadly, Grant, Zeck and Beatty didn’t get to complete the series. Although as the piece says, “John Beatty’s finishes made it all look as consistent as possible.” Thankfully, Grant, Zeck and Beatty did re-team on the Punisher graphic novel Return to Big Nothing.
That’s the cover to Cold War #1 above. Cold War is a new series by writer Chris Sebela and artist Hayden Sherman. The premise is pretty interesting..
Panacea Cryonics offered its customers life after death by keeping their heads frozen until the day technology could rebuild them, free of disease and death. However, as these everyday people from the past are revived, they’re not handed the keys to a new life, but a gun, body armor and an ultimatum. They must fight in a war against unknown opponents for unknown reasons, to secure their place in a brave new world that doesn’t want them around.
If this sounds like something you’d like, you can find it at comic shops in February. If you’d like to see more of a preview, then check out AfterShock Announces COLD WAR by Sebela & Sherman at Comicoscity.