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Marc Spector: Moon Knight #28, 1991, by J.M. DeMatteis, Ron Garney and Tom Palmer, anticipates the rhythms (and, in a way, the relative visual minimalism) of the Warren Ellis/Declan Shalvey Moon Knight run of more than 20 years later.
page 13 from Elektra: Assassin (1986) #8 by Bill Sienkiewicz, Frank Miller and Gaspar Saladino
Sensational She-Hulk #39, page 3 by John Byrne & Glynis Wein. 1992.
Original cover art from Overstreet FAN #7, December 1995.
This jam cover includes characters from 13 different indy creators, including Chris Ware (Acme Novelty Library), Mark Hempel (Tug & Buster), Reed Waller (Omaha the Cat Dancer), Peter Bagge (Hate), Jim Woodring (Frank), Paul Pope (THB), Drew Hayes (Poison Elves), Shannon Wheeler (Too Much Coffee Man), Bernie Mireault (The Jam), John Seven and Jana Christy (Very Vicky), Evan Dorkin (Milk & Cheese!), Dave Sim (Cerebus), and Terry Moore (Strangers in Paradise).
Osamu Tezuka, November 3, 1928 - February 9, 1989.
Happy birthday, Sensei Tezuka (he would be 90 years old today).
Avengers West Coast #56, page 6 by John Byrne & Paul Ryan & Bob Sharen. 1990.
Marvel couldn’t let that happen.
Studi di personaggio di Jeremie Moreau per “La scimmia di Hartlepool” (Tunué), in mostra a Lucca Comics and Games 2018. #mosra #exhibition #studio #sketch #characterstudy #jeremiemoreau #lucca #luccacomicsandgames #luccacomics #luccacomics2018 #luccacg #luccacg18 #tunue #comics #bd #fumetti #originalart
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Riccardo ed Elisabetta di Diabolo Edizioni al loro stand (decorato col coloratissimo disegno di Marco Galli per “Materia Degenere”) a Lucca Comics 2018. #diaboloedizioni #stand #marcogalli #materiadegenere #lucca #luccacomics #luccacomics2018 #luccacomicsandgames #luccacg #luccacg18 #comics #fumetti #indie
Stinktober 25 BABAR the barbarian.
Sooner or later this model will be mine.
It is quite usual to find fans of comic book cover art but finding fans of a small, yet important part of it is a rarity
Marvel Comics in the silver-age started the concept of corner boxes on its covers which would show figureheads of the characters starring in a particular comic title
The corner box tradition carried on for decades or till the early 90s until they got replaced by logos of characters to mark a change in approach until they were abandoned for good. However, what remains noticeable about the corner boxes is not just the art but a cult-following they enjoy. For examples on instagram, cornerboxart is an account that enjoys more than a thousand followers. This account is dedicated to promoting and preserving Marvel’s corner box art through its posts . Similarly, there are many accounts on pinterest that share and celebrate the classic, yet now abandoned, tradition. Even CBR did an appreciation piece on them back in 2016
Like the comic book covers, these memorable works of art are now recognized as part of the pop-art culture/craze. ThinkGeek.com’s home & office decor section is addressing the demand of corner box decor items and with the passage of time, the following is on the rise as more and more geeks, comic book converts are realizing the importance of the greatest era in comics
In the end, whoever made this “mother of all” corner box art (below) has done a great service to the community as well as paid the best tribute to all the artists who gave Classic Marvel fans wonderful memories