Portrait covers for the one-shots
Amazing Spider-Man #800 practically shipped with 800 covers. How many is too many?
§ Nice Art: Kitty Pryde and Colossus are getting married and Marvel previewed the bride’s gown in covers by Phil Noto (below) and J. Scott Campbell (above). No word on who will be disrupting the nuptials with a fight yet, but as you can see from the Noto cover, everyone arrived ready to rumble. § I […]
Creative teams for the Garfield/Grumpy Cat team-up and Fruit Ninja are announced, as well as a new Killer Instinct comic and variants for Sheena #1.
Riri Redux pic.twitter.com/nKHvZ1G8uB — J. Scott Campbell (@JScottCampbell) November 2, 2016 § Nice art: In what he billed on FB as a “rethink”, artist J. Scott Campbell tweeted the above image of Riri Williams, the new Ironheart in Invincible Iron Man. Campbell drew heavy criticism after he drew a variant cover for IIM #1 showed […]
In a shocking display of good taste, and stunning acknowledgement that it isn’t the 90s anymore and girls read comics now, Midtown Comics and Marvel jointly decided to pull the J. Scott Campbell cover that presented an overly sexualized version of 15 year old Riri Williams.
Aspen Comics’ Wondercon panel runs down their 2015 and shows off incredible artwork.
In commenting on his FB page on how drawing a sexy cover got attention at EW.com, artist J. Scott Campbell posted this classic Spider-Man cover, strongly reminiscent of the Milo Manara cover that everyone is STILL talking about. It is true that the butt-in-the-air arachnid is a classic pose… …but it is equally untrue that […]