thebristolboard:

Original mailing envelope illustration by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer from Jack Kirby’s Gods Portfolio, published by Communicators Unlimited, 1972.

thebristolboard:

Original mailing envelope illustration by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer from Jack Kirby’s Gods Portfolio, published by Communicators Unlimited, 1972.

(via mikemeltzer)

Happy birthday, big guy!

Happy birthday, big guy!

Meteor Men, in color.

Meteor Men, in color.

Meteor Men!

Meteor Men!

The Volunteers- I listed Doc Knowles’ super-name incorrectly: he’s Doc Know-All, the Scientific American. 
All © Sandy Jarrell and Vance Sumner. 

The Volunteers- I listed Doc Knowles’ super-name incorrectly: he’s Doc Know-All, the Scientific American. 

All © Sandy Jarrell and Vance Sumner. 

calicocomics:

kamandi map commission

calicocomics:

kamandi map commission

brianmichaelbendis:

"Batman: Strange Days" - Bruce Timm’s Batman 75th Anniversary tribute

comicbookwomen:

Michael Cho
(x)

comicbookwomen:

Michael Cho

(x)

The “Bat-Man!”

The “Bat-Man!”

Eartha Kitt, by me.

Showcase 66 and 67: B’WANA BEAST! 

comicsalliance:

JEFF PARKER AND SANDY JARRELL’S ‘METEOR MEN’ COMING IN SEPTEMBER FROM ONI PRESS
Check your longbox for space because this September Oni Press is going to bring some competition for your back issues of Marvel Comics spinoff of a certain superhero movie starring Robert Townsend with Meteor Men by writer Jeff Parker and artist Sandy Jarrell. Known for their collaboration on DC Comics’ Batman ’66, the duo have something quite a bit different in mind in this original graphic novel… namely the potential obliteration of the human species by strange visitors from another world (who don’t wear red shorts).READ MORE

comicsalliance:

JEFF PARKER AND SANDY JARRELL’S ‘METEOR MEN’ COMING IN SEPTEMBER FROM ONI PRESS

Check your longbox for space because this September Oni Press is going to bring some competition for your back issues of Marvel Comics spinoff of a certain superhero movie starring Robert Townsend with Meteor Men by writer Jeff Parker and artist Sandy Jarrell. Known for their collaboration on DC Comics’ Batman ’66, the duo have something quite a bit different in mind in this original graphic novel… namely the potential obliteration of the human species by strange visitors from another world (who don’t wear red shorts).

READ MORE

From Meteor Men, out September 2014 from Oni Press. Story by Jeff Parker, pictures by me.

alexhchung:

Black Canary by José Luis García-López

Nearly NSFW, but holy cow that’s some drawing.

alexhchung:

Black Canary by José Luis García-López

Nearly NSFW, but holy cow that’s some drawing.

Batman watercolor (and a little gesso) from last week, composition cannibalized from a sketch cover I did last fall.

Batman watercolor (and a little gesso) from last week, composition cannibalized from a sketch cover I did last fall.