Got this nice bookend to go along with my Azrael #5 cover.
I am loving that Azrael cover!
My CAF Gallery so far includes: Neal Adams, Alfredo Alcala, Murphy Anderson, Ross Andru, Sergio Aragones, John Byrne, *spoon* Giordano, Jock, Gil Kane, Greg LaRocque, Tom Mandrake, George Perez, Whilce Portacio, Nestor Redondo, Curt Swan CAF Gallery
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#5657773 - 05/06/1208:35 PMRe: The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
Jimmy LinguiniiiJimmy Linguiniii
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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
If you have a dream about out-posting me, you better wake up and apologize.
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"
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.