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raifontherocks:

What If The Avengers Formed in the 1500s?
Black Panther artist Francesco Francavilla has dreamt up a roster for the Avengers circa the Age of Discovery. Meet Earth’s First Heroes, a team that includes “Captain Amerigo” and a Celtic Hulk.
The artist created this piece for the always entertaining Comic Twart blog. 
Says Francavilla:

So I give you, for the first time I think, Hulk the Druid (a celtic primeval force of nature), Captain Amerigo (from the New World), Thor himself, and an unknown mysterious clad-armored gladiator known as Iron Man. Together they are The AVENGERS, EARTH’s FIRST HEROES and they fight evils and undead armies.

raifontherocks:

What If The Avengers Formed in the 1500s?

Black Panther artist Francesco Francavilla has dreamt up a roster for the Avengers circa the Age of Discovery. Meet Earth’s First Heroes, a team that includes “Captain Amerigo” and a Celtic Hulk.

The artist created this piece for the always entertaining Comic Twart blog.

Says Francavilla:

So I give you, for the first time I think, Hulk the Druid (a celtic primeval force of nature), Captain Amerigo (from the New World), Thor himself, and an unknown mysterious clad-armored gladiator known as Iron Man. Together they are The AVENGERS, EARTH’s FIRST HEROES and they fight evils and undead armies.

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comicallyvintage:

Don’t worry about it Peter… Six arms and a sensitive nature… The girls are just gonna love you…

comicallyvintage:

Don’t worry about it Peter… Six arms and a sensitive nature… The girls are just gonna love you…

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comicallyvintage:

Jealous, Cap?

comicallyvintage:

Jealous, Cap?

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raifontherocks:

—Deadpool Corps #7 (2010)

raifontherocks:

—Deadpool Corps #7 (2010)

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mockingnerd:

Mark Brooks’ TRON variant for New Avengers #7! It is completely awesome. All of them are.
http://www.comicsalliance.com/2010/10/18/marvel-tron-legacy-variant-cover-mashups/

mockingnerd:

Mark Brooks’ TRON variant for New Avengers #7! It is completely awesome. All of them are.

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2010/10/18/marvel-tron-legacy-variant-cover-mashups/

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raifontherocks:

—Daredevil #32 (2002)

raifontherocks:

Daredevil #32 (2002)

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The Hero Your Hero Could Smell Like

Old Spice guy and Marvel mash-up FTW!

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twyst:

via @mizzelle:  Mark Brooks Tron Covers!  
@MarkBrooksArt: More of my Marvel Tron covers over at EW.com: http://bit.ly/bh3fNr

twyst:

via @mizzelle:  Mark Brooks Tron Covers!  

@MarkBrooksArt: More of my Marvel Tron covers over at EW.com: http://bit.ly/bh3fNr

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Why Read Comic Books?

raifontherocks:

By Martyn Pedler 

Sometime back around 2004, geeky Seth Cohen became the unlikely heartthrob of teen soap The O.C., relegating the traditionally dreamy Ryan Atwood to sidekick status. If I was forced at gunpoint to pick the exact moment that comic book reading lurched into the mainstream, this might be it.

In this post-Seth world, however, convincing someone to read a comic is more like getting them to try a new band than getting them to admit that “music” as a whole might be worthwhile. If you’ll forgive my apples-to-oranges comparisons and rah-rah cheerleading, here are some random reasons why I read comics.

Starting big: comics can do anything. Without limitations like sets, makeup, or special effects, comic art encourages the transformation of subjective reality to objective reality. The art can feel like it’s coming directly from the artists’ sticky subconscious to the page. It’s also why the best horror comics always feel like nightmares; like drawings that require a child to be sent home early from school.

That’s because they feel less mediated, too, thanks to the illusion created by pencil, ink, and especially lettering by hand. Of course I know most comics are mass-produced, and yet that illusion remains — the odd notion that what you’re holding could be the only and original copy, made just for you. (Even the most idiosyncratic novel is still obviously typeset, right?) Comic books are an especially intimate artform, and many autobiographical comics succeed by exploiting that sense of reading someone else’s diary.

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Never has the Hulk smelled so good.
(Sketched with Mr. Sketch Scented Markers)
(submission)

Never has the Hulk smelled so good.

(Sketched with Mr. Sketch Scented Markers)

(submission)

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gonsmithe said: Well, my mom is fucking obsessed with Joss Wedon, and she'd probably die if she saw anyone in the film walking around, so, she said to me she'll go over every day and stalk the set for me.

So at least I have that.

LMAO, props to your mom, then!

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