Category Archives: Comics
Artgerm aka Stanley Lau
Born and bred in Hong Kong, the multifaceted Stanley wears different hats as an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios — a world acclaimed digital art studio that produces high quality artworks for the likes of Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other giants in the entertainment and gaming industry. Formally trained in graphic design and advertising, Stanley’s art is imbued with a strong sense of aesthetics and visual fluidity. It is a perfect blend of eastern and western art styles. Better known by his handle Artgerm, Stanley’s art continues to infect and inspire new generations of artists and his ever-growing fan base around the world. Recently, Stanley was contracted by Capcom to provide new character artwork for the upcoming releases of Street Fighter III Third Strike Online Edition.
Rowan Stocks-Moore is a talented Liverpool graphic designer whose demand is rising like the price of gasoline. He designed these posters as his interpretation of well known Disney classics. Rowan has taken a slightly darker approach for these but we think his minimalist approach looks extremely good on these beloved, iconic Disney movies.
These Disney posters and more are all available on…
I went in and re-edited the previous painting of her cause she’s my favorite and I miss the beach, as well as Battle Chasers. BRING’EM BACK JOE!!
She is my favourite among all favourites of sexy batman villains so hope you also enjoy some Harley Quinn.
and if you want more, click here…
Do you enjoy tattooed nudie ladies being "alternatively sassy"? Sure ya do… why not. Well, now you can see all the suicide girls in prancing around to some sort of fantastical story-line in nerdalicious comic book fashion.
"Suicidegirls pits an awesome gang of beautiful, tattooed, ladies against the deranged leader of a techno-religious cult, with lots of butt-kicking and witty banter."
Hitting the shelves this March from IDW Publishing
via Obvious Winner
As you probably know, I’m a comic geek and damn proud of it so finding a some sexy ladies is always good but finding a hot Welma from Scooby-Doo is just brilliant…
via Swedish Bed
Massive fan of Calvin and Hobbes and while maybe Hobbes is not as badass as Durden, this is still a great mashup between Fight Club and Calvin/Hobbes.
Artists name: Nei Ruffino
She is quite photogenic as well…
I know, it’s not soccer but I do love American football… Go Bears! and before you say anything, yes yes yes, I know this is Philadelphia….
It’s a shame that the real players don’t look like them above…
this is the girl we would like to play games with, no?
For the comic geeks, probably the most famous asses around…
I do like this one, kinda cool coming from an ad of McDonald.
Kinky Spidey, I knew there was some good use u could do with that web via Dearboy
These guys are just amazing…
and for last post, the new Tom Petty video, great song.
Ok back to the store to stock up on beer and snacks, could maybe be good to see the outside world again
Excellent drawing of the lovely Gotham Babes, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Catwoman. Love Bats expression
I truly liked this sketch of the Can-can girl a la Western/Molin Rouge, check out his other sketches, he has a really good Steampunk godess in his gallery as well, http://franbeau.deviantart.com/
Frazetta was famous for his works on paperback covers, movie posters and other commercial works, including those of the Conan the Barbarian series. The character became a cult favourite and later inspired a series of movies starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. He was also known for his illustrations of Edgar Rice Burroughs characters such as Tarzan and John Carter of Mars and not to forget Vampirella..
His style, which depicted muscular warriors and scantily-clad women often locked in combat with deadly beasts, became touchstones of fantasy and science fiction. I have so fond memories of this, getting semiclad amazon woman and art in one go as a kid was great. Sorry to see you go Frank…
O’Donnell’s catsuit-wearing Modesty, who fought a host of villains with her sidekick Willie Garvin, first appeared as a daily strip in the Evening Standard in 1963. The strips ran for almost 40 years, with O’Donnell also writing a series of novels starring his ass-kicking heroine, dubbed the "high priestess of pulp crime".
With fans including Neil Gaiman and Quentin Tarantino, O’Donnell revealed on his website that the proudest moment of his career was a letter he received from Kingsley Amis, in which the Lucky Jim author thanked and congratulated him for the Modesty Blaise books. "They are endlessly fascinating," wrote Amis. "I read them all for the second time recently when laid low by a very depressing bout of flu, and I’m sure they did quite as much as the doctor did to put me on my feet again."
This was my favourite comic when I was a kid and still have loads of the magazines around to read, great spy and thriller reading. Thank you so much Mr O’Donnell for all the happiness you have given me…