Web Arted Sep 14th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days: Adams, Russell, McKone, Smith, Steacy, Miller, Dodson, Mignola, Booth, Noto and more!

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

Before Watchmen Dr. Manhattan issue 2 variant cover by P. Craig Russell. Source.

The Scarlet Witch by P. Craig Russell. Source.

The Thing by Mike McKone. Source.

X-Men issue 167 splash by Paul Smith and Bob Wiacek. Source.

Fantastic Four by Ken Steacy. Source.

New Mutants Special issue 1 splash by Art Adams and Terry Austin. Source.

Judge Dredd by Sean Phillips. Source.

End Of The Way by Franklin Booth. Source.

Batman by Matthew Dow Smith. Source.

Namor by Mike Mignola. Source.

Havok and Polaris by Phil Noto. Source.

Marvel Tales cover by Frank Miller. Source.

CBLDF Libery Annual 2012 cover by Terry Dodson. Source.

Daredevil issue 191 page 1 by Frank Miller and Terry Austin. 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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  1. Joe Mad is one of the few illustrators to have vastly improved since his arrival on on the scene in the mid 80s. As a next gen talent, he help define the term “American manga” and has been a fan fav ever since his X-Men days. His pencils are a wonder and a delight to study which couple Asian flare with Western harmony.

    My contribution this week is this classic Wonder Woman that went ‘head to head’ against Mike Turners version back in the late 90s. No winner was officially declared but he’s definitely got my vote:

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_YAHZsTbqiEM/S9SzOrdNPsI/AAAAAAAAAV8/pORngF0KNKk/s1600/Wonder_Woman.jpg

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