Neon Bootyshorts

So basically... get ready for photos of hot guys, comic divas, and any other random funny things I enjoy and reblog. Not very safe for work or those under 18.
joelcarroll:

Hey, it’s the Edge of the Spider-Verse Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacy!

joelcarroll:

Hey, it’s the Edge of the Spider-Verse Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacy!

mtakara:

Captain Marvel—for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

mtakara:

Captain Marvel


for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

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spideyssense:

by Skottie Young.

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ashnessa:

Aphrodite Les Folies Tour : Yes it’s true what they say; what do they say?; it’s  B E T T E R  T H E  D E V I L  Y O U  K N O W.

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winterartwork:

"Cast Fire" & "Cast Cure"

Hurt or heal? Which path will you take?

T shirt —> click HERE

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Spent some time today listening to some history from Dr. Robert Cohen, visiting from NYU, on the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley. This year is the 50th anniversary and there’s a great site summarizing/celebrating the history of the movement that has been put together. It also made me think about all the progress we still need to make as a country. Check it out!

theseshortlovestories:

Been wanting to have an excuse to draw Captain Marvel (both versions) for a while now.Captain Marvel is an interesting figure in the comic book industry because while her book is wonderfully written on its own merit, it also created something of a social media movement.I think this is in large part due to the book’s writer Kelly Sue DeConnick doing such a remarkable job interacting with her fans. There is even the Carol Corps in which many fans name themselves under.It’s a really cool thing I think when cosplayers are recognized by their industry counterparts, and in fact are encouraged by them. It gives a sense of validation and identity.
More comics available at: https://www.facebook.com/think.nu.official

theseshortlovestories:

Been wanting to have an excuse to draw Captain Marvel (both versions) for a while now.

Captain Marvel is an interesting figure in the comic book industry because while her book is wonderfully written on its own merit, it also created something of a social media movement.

I think this is in large part due to the book’s writer Kelly Sue DeConnick doing such a remarkable job interacting with her fans. There is even the Carol Corps in which many fans name themselves under.

It’s a really cool thing I think when cosplayers are recognized by their industry counterparts, and in fact are encouraged by them. It gives a sense of validation and identity.

More comics available at: https://www.facebook.com/think.nu.official

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iloveillustrators:

MARY BLAIR

1911-1978

Country of Origin: U.S.A.

Training: Chouinard Art Institute

Notable Works: Cinderella (1950), Alice in Wonderland (1951), Peter Pan (1953), It’s a Small World (1956)

Mary Blair was the concept artist and color supervisor for many of Walt Disney’s most prominent animated films. She worked in a very stylized and graphic way, often using bright colors. In addition to her animation work, she also illustrated dozens of children’s books and designed many of the attractions for Walt Disney World including the It’s a Small World ride and the Contemporary resort.

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kellysue:

uncannybrettwhite:

What a difference 100 issues makes.

I really love cover homages, and this might be one of the best.

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DAVIIIIIIIIDDD!!!

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tattooedcomicguy:

Cover for Grayson Annual #1 (2014). Art by Mikel Janin.

I can’t even begin to express how much I love all these Darwyn Cooke variant covers DC is putting out in December. I mean just look at that Supergirl cover! Comet, Streaky, and Krypto! They’re all spectacular though.