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    Art of the Year: 2018

    By , , , and | December 26th, 2018
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    We’ve featured a hell of a lot of art in Art of the Week this past year. The current AotW team – Mike, Justin, Daniel, and Matt – along with senior editor Brian picked out some of our favorite art we’ve featured in 2018. This, frankly, dynamite collection of art represents some of the best of the best. We hope you enjoy it.

    See ya in 2019.

    Nuclear Man by Nick Derington

    Metamorpho by Clayton Henry

    Martin Luther King Jr. by Bill Sienkiewicz

    “Leia Organa of Alderaan” by Phil Noto

    Dr. Strange by Christian Ward

    Poison Ivy by Patricia Martin

    Jon Snow by Louie De Martinis

    The Neverending Story by Skottie Young

    Detroit from Sorry to Bother You by Brian Lee O’Malley

    Batman and The Question by Jorge Fornés

    Speedy Gonzales by Ramon Villalobos

    Steve Ditko Tribute by Gabriel Hardman

    Starman by Ron Salas

    Janelle Monae by Kiku

    Stucky by Babs Tarr

    Colonel Weird by Jeff Lemire

    Forever Carlyle and Eight by Michael Lark

    Toshiro Mifune by Paolo Rivera

    The Prince and the Dressmaker by Leslie Strock

    Vampire Girl by Corinne Halbert

    Pine Box by Corinne Halbert

    de Mortius by White Gardenia

    Flower Girl by Suehiro Maruo (Necronomidol Voidhymn Album Cover)

    Frogman by Jim Woodring

    Sauron by Stjepan Sejic

    Rogue by Jen Bartel

    She-Ra by Mingjue Chen

    Doctor Strange by Alex Ross

    Catwoman by Chris Samnee

    Wonder Woman by Daniel Warren Johnson

    Dream, Death. and Delirium by Matías Bergara


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    Brian Salvatore

    Brian Salvatore is an editor, podcaster, reviewer, writer at large, and general task master at Multiversity. When not writing, he can be found playing music, hanging out with his kids, or playing music with his kids. He also has a dog named Lola, a rowboat, and once met Jimmy Carter. Feel free to email him about good beer, the New York Mets, or the best way to make Chicken Parmagiana (add a thin slice of prosciutto under the cheese).

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    Justin Beeson

    Justin Beeson is a dad, husband, DevOps engineer, and comic book and Android enthusiast. He covers news, TV, and does the occasional review at Multiversity Comics, and can be found on Twitter at @thisJUSTin816.

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    Michael Mazzacane

    Your Friendly Neighborhood Media & Cultural Studies-Man Twitter

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    Matt Garza

    Matt was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, but is really a Cubs fan. When he's not reading comics and writing about them, watching the Cubs or playing Dungeons & Dragons with his roommate, he's most likely sleeping next to his dog. Despite several warnings, he will never stop giving the children in his family superhero clothing. You can find him on Twitter here.

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    Daniel Balyeat

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