hotdogsandpizza
valiant-voyeur:

Unpublished Shadowman cover by Bill Dunn

valiant-voyeur:

Unpublished Shadowman cover by Bill Dunn

comicartistevolution:

Arthur Adams 1987: Gumby’s Summer Fun Special

And now for something completely different.

Adams’ was originally hesitant to take on the book, fearing it would turn him into the “Gumby guy,” but when all was said and done, it became one of Adams’ favorites.

Bob Burden’s story featured the eponymous clay boy, his robot friends, a literally suicidal neighbor, a lycanthropic babysitter, hysterical pop-eyed aliens, space-police patrol bears, 18th-century pirates and a visit to Halloweenland. 

Who else but Art Adams could draw such a surreal story so well?Who knew this oddball book would win the 1988 Will Eisner Award for Best Single Issue?

thebristolboard:

The Rocketeer by Eric Powell.

thebristolboard:

The Rocketeer by Eric Powell.

geekyandgory:

by Jewrato
awesomecomicthings:

Teen Titans by Kevin Nowlan

awesomecomicthings:

Teen Titans by Kevin Nowlan

quarterboxes:

Tony Harris

quarterboxes:

Tony Harris

comicartistevolution:

Arthur Adams 1987: Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (Inker: Terry Austin)
In X-Men Annual #10, Claremont and Adams gave us the X-Babies (although technically, this crew was actually the de-aged X-Men). I also wonder if the extra-dimensional non-mutant Longshot would have become part of the X-Universe if it weren’t for Art Adams drawing the occasional X-Men comic.

comicartistevolution:

Arthur Adams 1987: Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (Inker: Terry Austin)

In X-Men Annual #10, Claremont and Adams gave us the X-Babies (although technically, this crew was actually the de-aged X-Men). I also wonder if the extra-dimensional non-mutant Longshot would have become part of the X-Universe if it weren’t for Art Adams drawing the occasional X-Men comic.

comicartistevolution:

Arthur Adams 1987: Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (Inker: Terry Austin)
In this issue, the New Mutants briefly graduated to X-Men status, complete with individualized costumes designed by Adams. Although there are some dated elements and I never liked the pink masks, there is still a lot to like about these designs.

comicartistevolution:

Arthur Adams 1987: Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (Inker: Terry Austin)

In this issue, the New Mutants briefly graduated to X-Men status, complete with individualized costumes designed by Adams. Although there are some dated elements and I never liked the pink masks, there is still a lot to like about these designs.

quarterboxes:

Stephen Platt 

quarterboxes:

Stephen Platt