batgirlofburnside:

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The new Batgirl design has been often credited to Cameron Stewart OR Babs Tarr but rarely to the both of them. The design process was in fact a collaboration with both artists contributing to the final design.

Cameron: When DC first approached me about taking over Batgirl as…

Carlos Pacheco’s official Sam Wilson Captain America designs.

I love his art!

zaksmith:

Animation I made from a bunch of paintings 

Hellboy 20th Anniversary by Nick Runge.

"This is my painting for the Hellboy 20th Anniversary show at Hero Complex Gallery. I’m thrilled to be part of the show! The art is a mix of movie style characteristics and visual elements representing "The Wild Hunt" story arc from the Hellboy comics. Acrylics and colored pencils. 22 x 29" inches. 2014"

This may be the best thing Frank Miller has ever said. This was his response during a Reddit AMA when asked about the appeal of Batman: “It’s a variety of things, really. But mainly it’s in a way he’s a superhero naked, in that he is plainly out for revenge, so much so that he actually dresses like a villain, and throws bad guys through windows, there’s all kinds of rough and tumble stuff. I was also in love with the idea of a character that could not fly. The man needed a car to get around. And he got by on wits and skill alone. That’s why I couldn’t resist having him beat the crap out of Superman just once, i had to see that just once. You kind of have to be of a mind to like that sort of a character. But Batman is also so personable. You could do him 20 different ways, and they could all work. He’s like a giant diamond. You could slam him against the floor, throw him against the ceiling, but you can’t hurt it. Everything from the Adam West TV show to my stuff and dozens of others, Jerry Robertson, each contributed to this ongoing myth that has survived and been revitalized on an ongoing basis.