Web Arted Feb 13th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days.

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days.

Nick Fury by Chris Samnee.  Source.
Nick Fury by Chris Samnee. Source.
The House at Pooh Corner frontispiece by E.H. Shepard.  Source.
The House at Pooh Corner frontispiece by E.H. Shepard. Source.
Kitty Pryde and Lockheed by Alan Davis.  Source.
Kitty Pryde and Lockheed by Alan Davis. Source.
Batmobile by Roger Langridge.  Source.
Batmobile by Roger Langridge. Source.
Beetle by Paul Smith.  Source.
Beetle by Paul Smith. Source.
Marvel Comics Presents Weapon-X page by Barry Windsor-Smith.  Source.
Marvel Comics Presents Weapon-X page by Barry Windsor-Smith. Source.
Jonny Quest by Mondo.  Source.
Jonny Quest by Mondo. Source.
Fantastic Four by Earl Norem.  Source.
Fantastic Four by Earl Norem. Source.
DC Spotlight issue 1 back cover by José Luis García-López.  Source.
DC Spotlight issue 1 back cover by José Luis García-López. Source.
Ghost Dog In Hell by Frank Cho.  Source.
Ghost Dog In Hell by Frank Cho. Source.
Wolverine issue 1 page 26 by Frank Miller and Joe Rubinstein.  Source.
Wolverine issue 1 page 26 by Frank Miller and Joe Rubinstein. Source.
Silver Surfer and Galactus by Jim Cheung and Mark Morales.  Source.
Silver Surfer and Galactus by Jim Cheung and Mark Morales. Source.
Daredevil issue 3 cover by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti.  Source.
Daredevil issue 3 cover by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti. Source.
The Spirit splash by Berni Wrightson.  Source.
The Spirit splash by Berni Wrightson. Source.
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Scott VanderPloeg
Scott works in I.T. but lives to eat and read. His other ramblings can be found at AE Index and eBabble. Art collection at Comic Art Fans.
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2 Comments

  1. Just about cried when I saw Christopher Robin playing Pooh-sticks with Pooh and Piglet. I have a precious first edition (pink boards / one of 1500) of House at Pooh Corner and it is among my most prized possessions (right up there with some of my Kirbys!). The only other true first I have ever seen was in the British Museum! If you have any more kid’s book illustrations, I would love to see them on your site. Thanks again for that nostalgic lift!

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