Random Moebius Appreciation Post

Random Moebius Appreciation Post

Jean Giraud a.k.a. Moebius I adore Jean Giraud's aesthetic. Moebius' style reminds me of art from the 1920s, except without any sort of limitation. His lines are clean and beautiful, plus the seemingly random scribbles that represent texture or damage are wonderful.

It’s Jack Kirby Day!

It’s Jack Kirby Day!

I don't have the words to express how I am in constant awe of Jack's way of viewing the world and interpreting that view into images onto the page. Born Jacob Kurtzberg on August 28 in 1917, Jack's story is well known. I don't have anything new to add to the tale. I am here [...]

How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way

How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way

How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way is a book by Stan Lee and John Buscema. This book walks you, the aspiring comic book artist, through the process of how to draw and create comic books. John Buscema illustrated the artwork, with plenty of Jack Kirby examples included as well. The first edition was published [...]

Joe Sinnott: 1926 to 2020

Joe Sinnott: 1926 to 2020

We've lost another great from the Golden Age of comics... Love this piece by John Byrne and Joe Sinnott

The Vision by Ron Frenz

The Vision by Ron Frenz

   I am still absolutely digging this piece by Ron Frenz. It's inspiring! When I first received the book, How to Draw the Marvel Way, back in 1981, the vision was the very first character that I drew. He is still a favorite of mine to this day, perhaps that is why this image resonates with [...]