We spotlight horror manga icon Junji Ito by showcasing his art and recommending three books you should read.
The Creator Spotlight is back to celebrate the work of long-time Mad Magazine contributor Al Jaffee. Read on to discover his cartooning.
Tom Shapira returns to spotlight the work of Carlos Ezquerra and discuss the newly released historical retrospective collection.
Discover the work of cartoonist Tillie Walden in this cartoonist spotlight, which is jam-packed with art and reading recommendations.
I’ve explored the #drawingwhileblack hashtag to highlight as many fantastic black comic book artists I could find. Read on to discover your next favourite artist.
The inaugural edition, aka Part 1, will explore the Superman and Action Comics covers in the hero’s first ten years of inception and include fantastic covers from early artists such as Joe Shuster, Jack Burnley, Wayne Boring, and others.
To celebrate Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday I have put together a collection of Kirby art that features 100 different characters that he either created or co-created. From many of Marvel’s biggest superheroes, to war heroes, to dazzling sci-fi, to fantastical fantasy and massive monsters this list only scratches the surface of his imagination and artistic flair.
This week’s feature artist is surreal J.H Williams III, best know for his experimental comic book art on series such as Batwoman, The Sandman, Batman and others. Take a look inside for a gallery of his work and reading recommendations.
This week’s Artist of the Week is Mr Marvel himself, John Romita Jr. Over the past few decades he has worked on almost every Marvel character and is now working on Superman over at DC Comic. Take a look at a gallery and reading recommendations inside.
This week I feature Spanish artist David Aja, best known for his art on the fantastic Hawkeye. Take a look at a gallery of his work as well as some reading recommendations inside.