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William Roberge
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William Roberge
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William Roberge
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William Roberge
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William Roberge
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Ted Pugliese
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Happy Star Wars Day! One of my 7th graders drew this,



May the Fourth be with you!
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Wilson Mui
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I think I used to own the page with Hawkman years ago. It
was purchased by group that wanted an example of comic art
for their exhibit. I recall there were a lot of red lines
on the page. Maybe you have the original and I had a
photocopy that was cut up.
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Ted Pugliese
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Got this Green Lantern sketch by Ethan Van Sciver today
at Free Comic Book Day at his LCS - Stormwatch Comics.
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Ted Pugliese
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Here's my new Spider-Man sketch cover that's signed by
the voice of the 1967 animated Spidey, Paul Soles. Done
in ink and markers by our very own Dave Aikins.

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Ted Pugliese
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Neil Vokes had this unclaimed convention sketch of Kong,
so I bought that too, but it's not here yet.

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Gil Dowling
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@ William Roberge - Nice NAIL page! Been awhile since I've seen one of those available.
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Something I picked up recently. Drax. Thanos. PUNCH!
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Ted Pugliese
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I got my Kong today (by Neil Vokes) with cool breakdowns
on the back!

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Ari Shapiro
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Chris Uminga
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Ari Shapiro
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Paulo Siqueira
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Ari Shapiro
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Meghan Hetrick

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Joe Hollon
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I always stop by Katie Cook's table to see what fun
stuff she has. At Motor City Con over the weekend I
came away with this mini painting:



Extinction Event!
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Peter Martin
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Another remarkable Batman there, Ari.


Edited to clarify: all three are good, but I particularly like the one by Meghan Hetrick, which is the remarkable one I was referring to.


Edited by Peter Martin on 24 May 2017 at 5:50am
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Vinny Valenti
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Agreed with Peter. I'm very curious to learn the tools used for Meghan's piece.

And Paulo Siqueira's piece looks like Kelley Jones if Jones had started drawing proper anatomy!
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Joe Hollon
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Frankenstein's Monster by Ted McKeever:



He referred to this one as "Bartenstein" because of it's
resemblance to a Bart Simpson/Frankenstein mashup after
he decided to color it yellow.
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Ari Shapiro
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Thanks Peter and Vinny! Siqueira is a big fan of Kelley's Batman, so very likely was trying to channel him on this one. As far as Meghan, she used a wash 
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Joe Hollon
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I've yet to meet John Romita Jr., but thanks to my buddy
Paul Greer I now have a second JRjr sketch:



JRjr drew my favorite post-Ditko Vulture story. Vulture
is a villain that has been mostly disrespected. Read
those first two appearances by Ditko. He was anything
but a lame villain. JRjr did him justice.
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