1. The Golden Age
    James Robinson, Paul Smith, Richard Ory, 1993. DC Comics.

     

  2. Daddy’s Roommate by Michael Willhoite

     
  3. colsmi:

    Previously unpublished concept drawing from Hayao Miyazaki’s final film, The Wind Rises, as printed in the latest - and 300th! - edition of Empire. (The text translates as, “Who are you?” … “I’m a Japanese boy”.)

     
  4. colsmi:

    Wally Wood’s character sheets for Daredevil and Matt Murdock from 1965, as printed in the Bhob Stewart-edited Against The Grain: Mad Artist Wallace Wood, from 2003.

     
  5. tcannoncomics:

    speculativerelationships:

    Tyrell Cannon launches the reader into the vast reaches of space in "Corridor-C".  Two repair technicians are sent spiraling into space when the massive space vessel Terada explodes unexpectedly.  Will this be the end or beginning for them?

    Tyrell’s comics work covers a wide range of genre, including experimental comics (Simon), Dramatic/true-crime comics (Gary), and science-fiction (Victus).  His goal is to explore comics with an emphasis on variety of theme, mode of presentation, and technique.

    See more of Tyrell’s art here:

    www.tyrellcannon.com

    tcannoncomics.tumblr.com

    tyrellcannon.wordpress.com

    Speculative Relationships is a science fiction romance comics anthology, featuring exciting up-and-coming comic artists.  Watch this space for more information on the upcoming Kickstarter, and follow us on twitter: @scifiromancecom

    So here is the first of my two contributions to Speculative Relationships.  This one is actually COMPLETELY FINISHED. I’ll have promo images for my second one soon, so stay tuned!  

     
  6. Julio’s Day
    Gilbert Hernandez, 2013. Fantagraphics

     
  7. geraldproctor:

    At home sick sketching this image of my son to help keep my mind off feeling like a xenomorph is trying to rip through my stomach…

     
  8. As if he were Jacob wrestling with the Angel, Daredevil refuses to abandon his pursuit of the effortlessly more powerful Namor, rolling with the Prince’s contemptuous blows until he inevitably collapses into “complete exhaustion”, pleading as he does to the Sub-Mariner to show mercy to “the others — ! They’re innocent – - mustn’t be harmed – - mustn’t –!” Though Murdock fails even to maintain the contest as Jacob did, he’s similarly blessed for his skill and courage. Rather than continuing to swat the soldiers sent against him from one end of Manhattan to another, the Sub-Mariner’s inspired to peacefully return to Atlantis in recognition of Daredevil’s apparently-futile sacrifice. His practically inconsequential opponent is, Namor declares, both the “most vulnerable” and the most “courageous” of all the super-people he’s ever fought. It’s a character-defining moment, establishing Daredevil as the superhero whose worth counter-intuitively lies in his lack of physical power matched with his excess of bravery. Just like his father Battlin’ Jack Murdock, Daredevil’s ultimately defined not by who he defeats so much as by his stubborn refusal to bow down to the most overwhelmingly fearsome of opponents.
    -Colin Smith on Marvel’s Daredevil #7 by Stan Lee and Wally Wood. Read the full post at Sequart.

     
  9. baabaabelias:

    wondersaremany:

    schemilix:

    wondersaremany:

    Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
    Square Enix, 2011.

    Still think he should’ve joined on N Route as a White Knight. Would’ve made up for the one lost, and it totally makes sense.

    I still think he’s too bloodstained for White Knight.

    So is Ozma! Yet it’s available to her too—as one of her most obscure class options, admittedly, but there nonetheless! His end is so unceremonious in Neutral, like they forgot that he couldn’t make it into Chapter 4… he deserves better.

    That I agree on! He was rather unceremoniously shuttled out there. The scene didn’t shine brilliantly on Catiua either.

    Plus Leonar is stained not just with blood but with guilt. Ozma not so much. Self-forgiveness might be unwarranted in her case but it is powerful.

    Catiua is a top three character for me, but she’s absolutely terrible there.* Like, she casually sticks a  knife between his ribs, mocks him, and even he’s like "What? Why?!" And nobody ever dwells on it afterwards. He deserved better.

    I mean, I see why he simply can’t be an architect of a unified Valeria. Leonar represents the values of the old order—even if does not identify with or count himself among the existing landed nobility, he does seek to create a social system similar to the one he’s seeking to abolish, and that will just lead to another class/blood war in the future: “If a man wants power, he must claim it for himself. No noble will do that for him, true. Yet most commons wait for such a man, a savior to put things to rights. Whence this savior, then? Why not people like you - like me - the few who take up the sword to better their lot in life. They can be the next nobility, shepherds to the rest. And where the wrong in that?” Given that, I can understand that he needs to die before Denam is able to fully mature as a leader in his own right, but his death in the Neutral Route is poorly done and I kinda want him as a playable character.

    *It’s almost as bad as the part where she exclaims "What ill fortune is this!" when she and Denam find Lanselot at the seaside church. This is despite having known and witnessed what put him into that state. I won’t condemn her for not stopping his torture in Heim, but her reaction here is the worst of them all.

     
  10. schemilix:

    wondersaremany:

    Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
    Square Enix, 2011.

    Still think he should’ve joined on N Route as a White Knight. Would’ve made up for the one lost, and it totally makes sense.

    I still think he’s too bloodstained for White Knight.


    So is Ozma! Yet it’s available to her too—as one of her most obscure class options, admittedly, but there nonetheless! His end is so unceremonious in Neutral, like they forgot that he couldn’t make it into Chapter 4… he deserves better.