Separated At Birth: Francesco Mattina Vs Daniel Bel Over Magneto

Separated At Birth: Francesco Mattina Vs Daniel Bel Over Magneto

Posted by September 18, 2017 Comment

There have been a couple of recent Separated At Birth articles regarding Italian comic book artist Francesco Mattina, and they have all so far revolved around his Venomized variant covers for Marvel.

A comparison of his work and previous work of Ian McDonald:

A comparison of his work and previous work of Lee JeeHyung.

And now, comparison of his work on a Venomised Magneto for Astonishing X-Men #3 and the CG 3D modelling of Daniel Bel, which can be found here.

What do you reckon?

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Separated At Birth: Francesco Mattina and Daniel Bel's Magneto

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Oh and for those who made it this far, a new cover for Venom #155 by Mattina. Have at it…

Separated At Birth used to be called Swipe File, in which we presented two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences, or works of the lightbox. We trusted you, the reader, to make that judgment yourself. If you were are unable to do so, we asked that you please return your eyes to their maker before any further damage is done.

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(Last Updated September 18, 2017 9:53 am )

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