1. brianmichaelbendis:

    David Mazzucchelli’s original sketch for the Batman:Year One house ad…

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  2. buebredsdorff:

    All my memories from the House in Sønderhå collected on one poster.

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  3. jpjones1970:

    jbacardi:

    75aspectsofbatman:

    More recent Batman illustrations from Mazzucchelli. Notice how his style has evolved…almost Alex Toth-ish. 

    Mazzucchelli was Toth-like WAY before 2007; just look at Batman: Year One. By ‘07 he had moved way beyond this stylistically- look at Asterios Paylp. Great stuff just the same, and nice to see he can revert when he wants to.

    ALL HAIL DAVE MAZZUCCHELLI!

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  4. disawallander:

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    a doodle comic

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  5. pantheonbooks:

    luminousinsect:

    Vania Zouravliov - Baba Yaga

    Absolutely gorgeous. We love the Baba Yaga story.

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  7. Simon Bukhave: ALL THAT I HOLD IN MY HAND

    danishcomics:

    Below is the complete ALL THAT I HOLD IN MY HAND by Simon Bukhave, originally printed in the anthology BLÆK, subsequently in FROM WONDERLAND WITH LOVE (Fantagraphics/Aben maler).
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  9. archatlas:

    Alfabeto Pittorico Antonio Basoli

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  11. natgeofound:

    Women sit in a modern chic boutique in Casablanca, 1971.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic Creative

     

  12. danishcomics:

    Søren Glosimodt Mosdals FIMBULVINTER [Danish for Fimbul Winter, in Norse mythology the harsh winter that precedes Ragnarok, doomsday] is an epic and bloody tragedy inspired by the true story of the viking chief Erik the Red. After a bloody feud he was forced into exile, founding a colony on…

     
  13. alienprince:

    Here’s the poster my class made for the Ping awards in Copenhagen. My panel’s the 1st panel in the 4th tier.

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  14. yangul:

    tenaflyviper:

    R. Crumb - “The Silly Pigeons”

    - originally intended for Help! magazine, 1965.  Scanned from The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book, 1997.

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  15. sundrycool:

    Abstraction 1-9 by Shintaro Kago

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