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    Art of the Week (Week of 9/7/2012)

    By | September 7th, 2012
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    The Green Mile by Massimo Carnevale

    Art of the Week is back on a new day! Now Fridays are the day for checking out some of the best art on the web!

    Our featured piece comes from Massimo Carnevale, who pays tribute to the late Michael Clarke Duncan through his breakout role in The Green Mile. It’s a wonderful return to the round-up, even if it was due to a tragic loss. From there, Sam Spratt posted a breathtaking Barack Obama piece.

    The pieces inspired by popular culture continue with Becky Cloonan’s take on a selection from “Bram Stoker’s Dracula,” Vincent Kukua publishing a piece of everyone’s favorite pink balloon video game character, Kirby, drawn in the style of…Jack Kirby! We finish up the Pop Culture Section with Selena Goulding’s take on what a band of Disney Princesses might look like!

    From there, we have a heavy focus on Marvel’s Merry Mutants, with Leinil Yu drawing Rogue, David J. Cutler drawing Nightcrawler, and Marcio Takara sharing a piece of a mutant who’s not an X-Man, Scarlet Witch! Finally, Joe Quinones’ shocked Batman is one of my favorite Batman pieces in a long time!

    Which piece was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

    Barack Obama by Sam Spratt

    Dracula by Becky Cloonan

    Kirby after Kirby by Vincent Kukua

    Disney Princesses Battle of the Bands by Selena Goulding

    Rogue by Leinil Francis Yu

    Nightcrawler by David J. cutler

    Scarlet Witch by Marcio Takara

    Batman by Joe Quinones


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