Pretty Pictures – From A Biro Judge Dredd To A Neil Gaiman Krazy Kat


Nick Bradshaw’s Marvel Heroes


Josh Summuna collates his own personal heroes.


Dimitri Armand takes on an alienated Ripley.


Derek Charm revisits Grant Morrison’s Seven Soldiers in a much friendlier fashion.


Wolverine Hunting from ChasingArtwork. More from them tomorrow, I fancy.


An old drawing of Damian by Dustin Nguyen, originally for a trading card game, discovered.


A ballpoint pen Judge Dredd by Jim Rugg.


David Yardin’s Wonder Woman, “Pencil, Sakura watercolour. Details added with Pentel brush pen and light blue & white Poscas.”


A $20 commission of Oracle by Joshua Covey. I think someone may have got a real bargain with this one.


Neil Gaiman holding up the Chris Riddell cover for the UK version of Fortunately, The Milk, out later this year.


Kit Seaton gives you “one Buster Keaton, George Herriman, and Neil Himself in the style of Krazy Kat.”


Ty Romsa gives us a Poison Ivy, describing the process as “Traditional Drawing, then Painter and Photoshop”

Robin Has A Way To Take Out Superman In Justice League Vs Teen Titans Trailer


MacGyver Reboot Film To Exist Alongside New Television Show

Steve Oliff’s One-Of-A-Kind Akira Colour Guides From $40 Each

Wrath Of The Villains – First Teaser For The Return Of Gotham


Luc Besson Shares On-Set Photos From Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets

Marvel Had Twice DC’s Marketshare In January, But Walking Dead Outsold Secret Wars

Ghost In The Shell To Add Michael Pitt

Saga Appears On The Big Bang Theory Over *That* Cover… (Art Ops UPDATE)

The Time Masters Offer Rip Hunter A Way Out In Legends Of Tomorrow Preview


“Up Yours Angoulême!” – The Cry From 100 Women Making Comics As The New London Exhibition Opens