Titles include The Boys, Red Sonja and Vampirella. Yeah, we’ve seen these at Humble before, but the titles and tiers are different.
Geek Native once called this “drawing the impossible” back when we looked at Michael Lee Lunsford’s fully dressed superheroines. I like these additional designs from Lord Ingvard. He’s an illustrator who was experimenting with alternatives… but has found out that not everyone on the internet appreciates it. Amazingly, he’s been forced to offer apologies for […]
Previously, we’d seen Luzbel d’Auvergne as Red Sonja. Now we see how well Tabitha Lyons does. The short answer: Very well! Red Sonja is classic cosplay. It’s quite literally one of the first costumes to appear in American comic conventions, as She Makes Comics documents. Tabitha is keeping the geeky creator spirit going strong at […]
A great cosplay submission from Luzbel d’Auvergne as Red Sonya. You can see more of Luzbel at her Facebook Page and check out the work of photographer Dani Diaz at his. Sonja first appeared back in 1973, created by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith after they were inspired by Robert E. Howard’s charater “Red Sonya […]
Mahmud Asrar has blogged some of his pre-show commissions from London Super Comic Con 2013. From Turkey, working at DC Comics on Supergirl, he built up a good repuation. His Twitter account suggests he’ll soon be working on Ultimate Comics X-Men for Marvel.
For the full collection pop over to Michael Dooney’s deviant art page. Dooney works professionally on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles series. A special thank you is deserved for not using the phrase “steampunk” for these illustrations. Instead, they’re an alternative form of Victoriana. (via)
Dynamite Entertainment has acquired the rights to Vampirella. The vampire heroine leaves Harris Publications to join the likes of the Green Hornet, Zorro, Armies of Darkness and Red Sonja at Dynamite. As you’d expect of a vampire – Vampirella is quite old. The comic first appeared in 1969 with a black and white cover by […]