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    Art of the Week (Week of 4/25/2012) Part 1

    By Gilbert Short | April 25th, 2012
    Posted in Columns

    This week’s art feature is huge, it’s SO huge, I had to split it up into two posts! I could have narrowed it down, but what’s the fun in that? There are a lot of great pieces I didn’t want to disclude just because I had a lot of great pieces to share. In this set, you’ll see a more general awesomeness from all round the net, followed by another column of awesome lady characters! I’m just doing as the wonderful Natalie Nourigat Parks and Rec piece above suggests and am going to treat myself!

    Behind the cut, you’ll see another entry from relative newcomer Vincent Kukua who posted a Deathstoke commission that has a certain Ed McGuinness flavor to it. From there, mainstay Massimo Carnevale continues his Tony Scott Challenge with a work from the Denzel Washington hit Man on Fire and Paolo M. Rivera posted commission himself from NYCC of everyone’s favorite Apocalyptic X-Force character, Archangel. Colleen Coover, as part of the Sindiecate, posted her own take on the “Chew”-niverse as made famous by John Layman and Rob Guillory, and Jill Thompson shared an unused Beast of Burden/Hellboy crossover piece from Dark Horse Comics. Never forgetting the swashbuckling adventure characters, Jorge Coehlo and Dan McDaid shared a piece titled “Viking” and a Conan work respectively. Finally, João Vieira and Brian Churilla posted variations on a theme with two drawings titled “Antique.” As you can see, it was a big week, so keep your eyes peeled for more!


    Continued below

    Deathstroke by Vincent Kukua
    Man on Fire by Massimo Carnevale
    Archangel by Paolo M. Rivera
    “Chew” by Colleen Coover
    unused “Beasts of Burden/Hellboy” Cover by Jill Thompson
    “Viking” by Jorge Coehlo
    Conan by Dan McDaid
    “Antique” by João Vieira
    “Antique” by Brian Churilla

    Gilbert Short

    Gilbert Short. The Man. The Myth. The Legend. When he's not reading comic books so you don't have to, he's likely listening to mediocre music or watching excellent television. Passionate about Giants baseball and 49ers football. When he was a kid he wanted to be The Ultimate Warrior. He still kind of does. His favorite character is Superman and he will argue with you about it if you try to convince him otherwise. He also happens to be the head of Social Media Relations, which means you should totally give him a follow onTwitter.

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