Scott Capullo art - Batman #32
Li'l Gotham - Dustin Nguyen
Sensation Comics #96 - 1950
Pick the right one! Arthur Peddy cover art, Wonder Woman in Sensation Comics #96, 1950. More Wonder Woman
Fantastic Four #16 - Return of Doctor Doom & Ant-Man
Batgirl 2011 reboot
Jess Jodloman 1975
Panel from House of Mystery #234, 1975 DC Comics. See entire page.
Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray - Batman
The Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray website is here.
She-Hulk #7, Oct 2014, Marvel Comics. Cover by Kevin Wada.
New review of The Dark Knight Rises
Joe Benitez - Poison Ivy
Joe Benitez artwork from Detective Comics #823
Frank Robbins, 1974 - The Shadow
More Frank Robbins
Satoshi Kon Illustrations
Mindy Lee - Harley Quinn
Mindy Less art work - her website
P. Craig Russell, 2005, Conan Jewels of Gwahlur
P. Craig Russell's adaptation of the Robert Howard story "The Servants of Bit-Yakin" (which was first published in 1935 in Weird Tales) published by Dark Horse as Conan and the Jewels of Gwahlur performs the task which certain Conan artists achieve when they take on the character: they make Conan (and the story in general) seem smarter. Barry Smith achieved this during his famous original run on the series (Roy Thomas writing) and there are other instances of this. Often Conan becomes a hulking brute under the pen of most artists (perhaps the best being John Buscema who gave Conan a rough intelligence, but lacking all of the introspection and grace of Barry Smith's version contained).
P. Craig Russel's effort for Dark Horse is an elegant Conan tale in places and thoughtful in others, and altogether has smooth and transparent story-telling.
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