Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Superman Red, Superman Blue

Superman Red/Superman Blue is a concept introduced way back in 1963 in the pages of Superman #162 by Leo Dorfman and Curt Swan as an imaginary tale. A major in-continuity adaptation took place in 1998, and throughout several titles including the Superman books, JLA, Aquaman, Teen Titans, and more.  Most recently, during the Rebirth era, another iteration of the same notion was developed in the storyline titled "Superman Reborn," which reconciled the New 52 and Post-Crisis versions of the Man of Steel.

Convergence #2 (2015)
"The Planet Incarnate"
Variant Cover by Tony Daniel

"Superman Red, Superman Blue" (1998)
Cover by Dan Jurgens

Action Comics #976 (2017)
"Superman Reborn" Part IV
Cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Thor vs Hulk


Sal Buscema and Ron Frenz

Olivier Coipel and Mike Deodato

Carlos Pacheco and Lee Weeks

Joe Madureira and Joe Jusko


Then, after the fights, the team-ups...
Lou Ferrigno and Eric Kramer (1998)

Mark Ruffalo (CGI) and Chris Hemsworth (2012)

Voice Actors Fred Tatasciore and Travis Willingham (2016)

Monday, October 9, 2017

Wonder Woman and The Flash Team-Up

Writers: Geoff Johns and Greg Rucka
Cover Artists: Howard Porter and Drew Johnson

The Flash 219 (2005)
"Truth or Dare" Part I
Cover by Howard Porter and John Livesay

The Cheetah has come to Keystone City in search of the man she believes can teach her to be faster: Zoom, the Reverse-Flash! And where the Cheetah is, Wonder Woman can't be far behind!

Wonder Woman #214 (2005)
"Truth or Dare" Part II
Cover by Drew Johnson and Ray Snider

The Cheetah has joined forces with Flash-foe Zoom, and the need for speed has turned her into an even deadlier threat for Wonder Woman. Will Diana's blindness - and tensions with the Flash - turn the tide of battle?

Monday, June 19, 2017

X-Men Trading Card Variant Covers

The artwork that Jim Lee and Scott Williams created for 1992's legendary X-Men Trading Card set, is being used by Marvel for a series of variant covers in different titles. Color artists like Chris Sotomoayor, Jesus Aburtov, and Israel Silva have provided an update to these remastered images. Here are some of them:

ARCHANGEL   BISHOP
All-New Wolverine #22                   Amazing Spider-Man #30

CABLE   COLOSSUS
Cable #3                    Invincible Iron Man #9

CYCLOPS   DOMINO
Champions #10                    Daredevil #23

GAMBIT   JEAN GREY
Captain America #19                    X-Men Blue #7

JUBILEE   POLARIS
Generation-X #4                    Venom #152

PSYLOCKE   ROGUE
Spectacular Spider-Man #2                    Uncanny Avengers #25

SHADOWCAT   STORM
Spider-Man #18                    Black Panther #16

Monday, June 12, 2017

Green Lanterns #24

Writer: Sam Humphries
Artist: Carlo Barberi

Green Lanterns #24
"Lost In Space" Conclusion
Cover by Emanuela Lupacchino and Michael Atiyeh

     
Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz
Artwork by Carlo Barberi
Inks by Matt Santorelli and Colors by Ulises Arreola

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The Superman Revenge Squad

Writer: Dan Jurgens
Artist: Patch Zircher

Action Comics #979 (2017)
"Revenge" Part I
Cover by Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey

The Superman Revenge Squad
Mongul, Metallo, Eradicator, Cyborg Superman, and Blanque
Variant Cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Return of the Phoenix

Writer: Steve Seagle
Artist: Chris Bachalo

Uncanny X-Men #354 (1998)
"Prehistory"
Phoenix Variant

Artwork by Chris Bachalo
Inks by Tim Townsend
Colors by Steve Buccellato

Upset by the distrust of her teammates, Rogue runs off and makes a rash decision. The rest of the X-Men battle Sauron. Also, in Alaska, Jean surprises Cyclops by putting on her old Phoenix costume.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Prince Namor :: The Submariner

Writer: Chuck Austen
Artist: Scott Kolins

Avengers #84/499 (2004)
"Once an Invader"  Part III
Cover Art by Scott Kolins and Chris Sotomayor

Monday, April 24, 2017

Bumblebee!

Writer: Dan Abnett
Artist: Brett Booth

    
Titans #10
"Made in Manhattan: Powerless"
Covers by Brett Booth and Nick Bradshaw

Karen Duncan A.K.A. Bumblebee
Artwork by Brett Booth

Inks by Norm Rapmund - Colors by Andrew Dalhouse