A gallery of amazing Furiosa art.
Girls Gone Geek has the distinct pleasure of being guest judges over at Super Hero of the Month for the Starfire redesign contest. E. and I both agree that few characters could use a fashion makeover as much as Starfire. She has been rendered many ways over the years, but almost always wearing very little. Her... Continue Reading →
It's obvious that Bobby Rubio (aka Barry Presh) is a gifted illustrator, but it's his cheeky sense of humor that quickly grabbed my attention. Check the cred: He's a story artist for Pixar who has worked at Nickelodeon and Disney, and his comics resume includes Wildstorm and Dark Horse. You might be familiar with his... Continue Reading →
When an artist can do a Golden Age parody/tribute cover so well that it makes you do a double-take, s/he is pretty damned talented. Charles Holbert Jr. is a gifted illustrator who can do that and a whole lot more. I'm crushing on his gallery right now. His Golden Age Hawt Girl cover, above, tips... Continue Reading →
Digital artist Martin Koza does the kind of deceptively simple work that grabs you without a lot of bells and whistles. His work ranges from painterly to cartoony, but everything in his DeviantArt gallery is a pleasure to behold. The first image that hooked me was his Amanda Waller, below. This portrait sums her up... Continue Reading →
Ann U.'s illustrations caught my eye the instant I spotted them on DeviantArt, and it led me to even more of her striking art posted on her Live Journal. I cannot resist the work of an artist with a gift for facial expressions and body language, and Ann's drawings radiate personality. The first piece that... Continue Reading →
The offerings on Deviant Art are all over the map, but some of them are breathtakingly fresh and creative. That’s where I found the work of artist Lukico, and I am completely in love with her elegant comics-inspired illustrations. While some of the pieces show characters in costume, many of them are beautifully subtle. Take... Continue Reading →
Stuff so awesome, it made us squeal. We tend to hear the same names over and over when it comes to top-notch illustrators. But fortunately for comic book fans, there's a seemingly endless supply of talented artists who are turning out stunning work. Nuno Plati's art bowled me over with its stylish, modern edge. The... Continue Reading →