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J Scott Campbell Gallery, With Art Worth $750,000, to Open in New York Tonight

J Scott Campbell Gallery, With Art Worth $750,000, to Open in New York Tonight

Metropolis Gallery’s new J. Scott Campbell exhibit – which opens for New York Comic Con weekend – offers comic art fans and collectors the opportunity to not only view and purchase the artist’s work but also chat with him at the opening reception. The gallery reception will be held tonight, Friday, October 4th from 6-9 […]




All the Spawn #300 Art We Can Find

Todd McFarlane’s Inks on Greg Capullo and J Scott Campbell on Spawn #300

Todd McFarlane may not be revealing the standard cover to Spawn #300 until after FOC, but we hope to have put together as much artwork from the teams for this anniversary issue as we could… Spawn #300 Page 1, pencils by Greg Capullo, inks by Todd McFarlane. Page 2, pencils by Greg Capullo, inks by […]



J. Scott Campbell Homages Classic X-Men With 6 Uncanny Variant Covers

J. Scott Campbell has revealed six variants for Uncanny X-Men #1 that will be sold exclusively on the J. Scott Campbell web store. Campbell’s variants are inspired by classic X-Men covers or classic takes on X-Men characters. Such as this one featuring Wolverine and Professor X: Uncanny ✖️-MEN 1 cover “A” featuring WOLVERINE & Professor […]



Chris Claremont Writes Magneto for X-Men Black Weekly One-Shots

At the X-Men panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the most-anticipated panel of the entire weekend, Marvel revealed some big details on X-Men Black. It’s an event of sorts, a series of one-shots running weekly through October, each focusing on a different X-Men villain: Magneto by Chris Claremont and Dalibor Talajic, Emma Frost by Leah Williams […]

Check Out 50+ Pics From the Sideshow Collectibles Booth at SDCC

Sideshow Collectibles brought the big guns this year to SDCC, with all of their major brand partners on display in a variety of different scales. Everything from Star Wars to the X-Men are coming in their Premium Format Figure lines, including one of the best-looking Princess Leia statues you will ever lay eyes on. Also […]


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Dynamite Unveils J. Scott Campbell Dejah Thoris Statue

Dynamite has a Kickstarter going on for a Dejah Thoris statue based on the work of fan-favorite artist J. Scott Campbell. The statue is taken from a cover by Campbell that appeared on the cover of Warlord of Mars #1, which features Dejah leaning against a Martian tiger wearing a variation on the somewhat traditional […]


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J. Scott Campbell Calls for Comic Industry to Speak Out Over Stan Lee’s Situation

Last week, Bleeding Cool reported concern from the comic book industry regarding Stan Lee‘s current situation. Lee’s friends and acquaintances report being cut off from contact from the man since last month, and ask regarding Lee’s reported pneumonia, as to why he is not in hospital, and how much of this is about control. This also […]

Writer’s Commentary: Amy Chu Talks Dejah Thoris #1

Dynamite has sent us a new writer’s commentary with Amy Chu talking about the new Dejah Thoris #1 that hits stands this week. We also have covers by Scott Campbell and Frank Cho with interiors by Pasquale Qualano. * * * * * Gung hei fat choy, xin nian kuai le! Happy early Chinese New Year! My […]

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J. Scott Campbell And Andy Hartnell’s Danger Girl Is Headed To The Big Screen

Danger Girl is being made into a movie by Constantin Films, with Bolt Pictures and Prime Universe Films. Created by superstar artist J. Scott Campbell and writer Andy Hartnell, Danger Girl is basically a cross between Tomb Raider and Charlie’s Angels. That’s about all you need to know, especially because comics created in the ’90s didn’t really […]


J. Scott Campbell Shares Process Art In Honor Of Thor: Ragnarok

In honor of the opening weekend for Marvel’s 17th cinematic film, fan favorite artist J. Scott Campbell took to social media today and posted his process art for his Ultimate Thor #1 cover. Included in the post was an unused concept along with pencils, inks and colored version of the cover used. The original issue […]