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I went to TCAF this weekend and bought two pages from Matt Kindt's Sweet Tooth Run. I'm having troubles taking pictures of them so here are two commissions I got this weekend. This was a piece Matt Kindt worked on with Bri Hurtt. Bri Hurtt created the Sixth Gun or something? I don't know - but this Punisher piece is so cool!
This is a Emi Lenox commission I got. She does the web diary Emi's Town and is amazing. I'm glad I read she had a boyfriend before I went to the show because I probably would have made an *spoon* out of myself. I asked her for a Sweet Tooth / Punisher Commission and I'm really happy with how it turned out!
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#5658201 - 05/06/1211:33 PMRe: The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
[Re: Jimmy Linguiniii]
Bill CBill C
I was posting here when you were in diapers.
Wow. Sweet Crisis cover
Always looking for John Broome/Gardner Fox manuscripts from the silver age "Flash" comic (Infantino used these to pencil the series). Also always interested in Jim Valentino art from "Guardians of the Galaxy"
#5658357 - 05/07/1201:21 AMRe: The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
[Re: Bill C]
Pete MarinoPete Marino
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One of the comics that has no right to be as good as it should be is Wolverine and the X-Men. Nick Bradshaw and Jason Aaron have made a fun, dynamic comic with a mixture of old school X-Men school fun, with modern influences like Quentin Quire from Grant Morrison's run.
Nick Bradshaw has a great Chris Bachalo meets Art Adams style. Tons of detail, yet the art never gets washed out and he tells a great story.
When I read this issue, I loved this page, and am glad I have added it to my collection. As always comments are welcome.