The Rocketeer // artwork by J. Scott Campbell and Joe Vitzen (2013)
The man just rescued Betty Page. He must have this big smile under the helmet!

The Rocketeer // artwork by J. Scott Campbell and Joe Vitzen (2013)

The man just rescued Betty Page. He must have this big smile under the helmet!

Conan & Red Sonja // artwork by Marcio Abreu and Claudinei Ribeiro (2013)

Conan & Red Sonja // artwork by Marcio Abreu and Claudinei Ribeiro (2013)

The Green Hornet & Kato // artwork by J. Scott Campbell and Nei Ruffino (2009)

The Green Hornet & Kato // artwork by J. Scott Campbell and Nei Ruffino (2009)

Magdalena & Vampirella // artwork by Paulo Siqueira and Laurent Logicfun (2012)

Magdalena & Vampirella // artwork by Paulo Siqueira and Laurent Logicfun (2012)

Robocop:”I’m Not Arresting You Anymore” // By Orion Pictures (1987)
Maybe you’ve heard all the fuzz about a new remake of Robocop filming right now. If you are under 18 do yourself a favor and see the original, although it was made in 1987, it’s still a great film and a social critique like no other on his time. Don’t get me wrong I’m very much looking forward for the new take for this generation, but Peter Weller did it just right 25 years ago.

Robocop:”I’m Not Arresting You Anymore” // By Orion Pictures (1987)

Maybe you’ve heard all the fuzz about a new remake of Robocop filming right now. If you are under 18 do yourself a favor and see the original, although it was made in 1987, it’s still a great film and a social critique like no other on his time. Don’t get me wrong I’m very much looking forward for the new take for this generation, but Peter Weller did it just right 25 years ago.

Game Of Thrones: The Khaleesi // artwork by Joel Ojeda Lopez (2012)

Game Of Thrones: The Khaleesi // artwork by Joel Ojeda Lopez (2012)

King In The North // artwork by Christopher Lair (2012)
Featuring Robb Stark and Grey Wind.

King In The North // artwork by Christopher Lair (2012)

Featuring Robb Stark and Grey Wind.

Red Sonja // artwork by Ed Benes and Humbert Cedric (2006)

Red Sonja // artwork by Ed Benes and Humbert Cedric (2006)

Artist Highlight: Marcio Abreu (2012)

I’ve always regarded Marcio Abreu as the artist that will always piss off feminists around the comic world, and that’s meant as a compliment. This guy has been drawing very beautiful (albeit unrealistic) women in comic books for some time now, and every colorist has been taking a crack at his incredible artwork (as you can see here). Even if you don’t like his sense of proportion, you have to give the guy the ability to handle an expression in the face of every character he draws, and a good array of detail to every piece he does. Most of what is show here is “posed” art but the man has a good range of storytelling allowing him to make his mark in books like Memoirs Of A Serial Killer, Witchblade and The Charmed comic book adaption. Marcio Abreu is a talent you should watch, his bare pencils is the stuff made of legend, go to his DV account and check them out!

Vampirella // artwork by Joe Madureira and Nicolas Chapuis (2012)

Vampirella // artwork by Joe Madureira and Nicolas Chapuis (2012)