geekynerfherder:

'Guardians Of The Galaxy' propaganda style poster created exclusively for Fandango by Jeff Welborn.

geekynerfherder:

'Guardians Of The Galaxy' propaganda style poster created exclusively for Fandango by Jeff Welborn.

Reblogged from Marvel Entertainment
Tags: gotg

ungoliantschilde:

Alex Ross ~ JUSTICE Hardcovers Art

As the 12 issue maxi-series “JUSTICE” was being published, it took a while for each issue to come out. They were on an approximately bi-monthly shipping schedule, so it took about 2 years for all of it to be published. Jim Krueger provided the script from a story he came up with in collaboration with Alex Ross. Doug Braithwaite pencilled it, and Alex Ross painted over Doug’s pencils. Anyways, DC did something rather smart: because the issues were so far apart, every 4 issues (8 Months) a hardcover collection came out. Those are the first three images I posted.

-The Heroes Cover is for the first hardcover, Issue #s 1-4
-The Villains Cover is for the second hardcover, Issue #s 5-8
-The Armored Cover is for the third hardcover, Issue #s 9-12
-The Final Cover is for the Absolute Edition,
collecting the whole series plus extras.

Honestly, it’s the most enjoyable Justice League story I’ve found. It is not in-continuity, and each issue ended with a “From the Batcave Computer Files” description of one of the characters, with a paragraph or so, written in Batman’s Voice. The exception to that is the Batman entry, which is in Superman’s voice. The story is a great, nostalgic but modern take on the Justice League. It’s like a really good “SuperFriends” Two-Part Episode.
It is new-reader friendly, while being fun for existing fans, and it is GORGEOUS throughout. I honestly can’t think of a better Justice League book.

I LOVED Grant Morrison’s JLA.
I didn’t mind Brad Meltzer’s take on the team either.

I hated the Geoff Johns/Jim Lee reboot. It’s just awful. Like reading the Justice League Coloring book for 5 year olds, punctuated with PG-13 violence. Just awful.

In the Morrison & Meltzer stories, the books were continuity heavy and fun for fans, but not easy for new readers that just saw “Batman Begins” for example. Geoff Johns went WAY overboard in being accessible.

JUSTICE was a deliberate choice to create a stand alone story about the JLA (and the DCU in general) that was readily available to new readers, and would stand the test of time. So, I repeat:

I cannot think of a better Justice League book.

Reblogged from Ungoliantschilde

ungoliantschilde:

Doug Braithwaite and Alex Ross’s Covers for JUSTICE
(Part 2 of 2)

Go to my blog and you can see all 20 covers in Chronological Order!

-2nd Print of Issue # 5
-3rd Print of Issue # 5
-Issue #s 6-11
-Issue # 12 was Published with 2 covers, which were shipped in a 50/50 ratio. Consequently, neither cover is more valuable than the other. Be aware of that if you’re a completionist, and you’re buying the originals!

Reblogged from Ungoliantschilde

ungoliantschilde:

Doug Braithwaite and Alex Ross’s Covers for JUSTICE
(Part 1 of 2)

Go to my blog and see all 20 Covers in Chronological Order!

-Issue #’s First Print was shipped with two covers, and they shipped 50/50. So, neither is more valuable.
-the 2nd Print of Issue # 1 (the white cover) is very hard find, in my experience anyways. And it’s probably kind of expensive, compared to the other issues.
-the 3rd Print of Issue # 1
-the 1st Print of Issue # 2
-the 2nd Print of Issue # 2 features a Batman PinUp that originally appeared as the character portrait in the bios at the back of the issues. Check the signatures at the bottom of the yellow circle. It’s Doug Braithwaite’s pencils, with colors by Alex Ross.
-Issue # 3
-the 1st Print of Issue # 4
-the 2nd Print of Issue # 4
-the 1st Print of Issue # 5

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comicbookwomen:

Wow-they casted a young Latino for Ted Grant/Wildcat on Arrow. I imagine some people will be angry, me I don’t care as long as they do a good job. I definitely like the ‘runs a gym for under privalege youth’ angle.

astonishingx:

Savage Land Rogue vs Miss Marvel by Jim Lee

astonishingx:

Savage Land Rogue vs Miss Marvel by Jim Lee

Reblogged from WEST COAST AVENGERS

incognitomoustache:

30 Days of DC - Day 4: favourite team:

The Justice Society of America

"We’re needed. Now more than ever. Because the people on that street down there… the people that really matter… they look up to the Titans and the League. But the Titans and the League…they look up to us.”

cosplaysleepeatplay:

Wonder Woman - #SDCC San Diego Comic Con 2014

cosplaysleepeatplay:

Wonder Woman - #SDCC San Diego Comic Con 2014

Reblogged from My Crazy Stuff
cosplaysleepeatplay:

Lady Joker

cosplaysleepeatplay:

Lady Joker

Reblogged from My Crazy Stuff

Cover art for the first Saga hardcover collection.

Cover art for the first Saga hardcover collection.

Reblogged from fuck yeah saga