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    Art of the Week: Week of 5/27/20

    By | May 27th, 2020
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    Welcome, one and all, to Multiversity’s Art of the Week! Each week, we scour the internet for artwork sourced from the blogs, Tumblrs, Twitters, and Instagrams of the best comic book and manga artists out there and curate them here for your viewing pleasure.

    Two themes emerged on today’s edition: one was the ongoing celebration of the gloriously queer conclusion to Netflix and DreamWorks’ She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, including newly revealed art by writer/showrunner Noelle Stevenson. The second was the often hilarious “Redraw Sailor Moon” challenge, which, as you’ll see by the end, synched up with a homage to King Micah’s most fabulous moment in the final season of She-Ra — may all of this week’s artwork awaken your inner magical girl warrior, and keep you strong, brave, and true amidst the ongoing pandemic.

    Catra/Adora & Scorpia/Perfuma by Noelle Stevenson

    Catra/Adora to the sound of Tegan and Sara’s “Closer,” by Molly Knox Ostertag

    ‘The Coming of Galactus’ by Rachael Stott

    Sailor Moon by Stanley Artgerm Lau

    Doctor Doom by Alex Maleev

    Sailor Moon by Meech Doodle

    Animal Crossing/What We Do in the Shadows by Melanie Scott

    Perfuma and Scorpia by Yamino (Elena Barbarich)

    Ironbat and Night Monkey by Luciano Vecchio

    Daredevil by Philip Tan

    Tokoyami x Death Note by Gale Galligan

    Dream and Death by Colleen Doran

    Wee-Bey Brice by Steve Lieber

    Sailor Venus and Jupiter by Sara Marino

    Gladiator by Valeria Favoccia

    “Rain on Me” by W. Scott Forbes

    Adora and Mara by Mashё

    Isadora Zeferino

    Harley Quinn by Chad Hardin

    Buttercup by Lou Nillas

    Daredevil vs. the Hand by Declan Shalvey

    She-Ra reaction by Maryne Lahaye

    Toshiro Mifune by Elsa Charretier

    Catra and Adora by Hyamara

    Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá self-portrait

    Tim-21 Drake by Dustin Nguyen

    Sailor Jupiter by Brian Lee

    201 Marvel headsketches by Craig Rousseau

    Ghost Rider by Dan McDaid

    Brainiac by Jim Lee

    Sailor Krypton by Todd Nauck

    “Beware the Gray Ghost” by Justin Mason

    Community by Jordan Kotzebue

    Ironheart by David Messina

    Entrapta by Nate Powell

    The Last Dance by Jason Latour

    Catra by Charlene Bowles

    Captain America and Wonder Woman by Ed McGuinness

    The Hamburglar by Jeremy Brooks

    Optimus Prime and Iron Man by Kei Zama

    The Mandalorian by Daniel Warren Johnson

    Nick Derington

    Crow from “East of West” by Taurin Clarke

    Avengers: Infinity War by John Black

    Sailor Micah by Abigail Starling

    “Sailor Mercury” by C.F. Villa

    Epilogue by Noelle Stevenson


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