Just under an hour left to bid on original artwork in support of the Bill Mantlo Support Fund

As most of us are aware, Bill Mantlo (co-creator of Rocket Raccoon) has been in a living-care facility since a 1992 hit-and-run accident left him severely brain damaged. The sale of these pieces (and even more at the link) will go to help pay for his continued healthcare costs.

The Internet wins again, folks! Fox has officially announced the release date for Deadpool—February 12, 2016—with Ryan Reynolds & Tim Miller attached, but not signed!

HULK SMASH!

Baltimore Comic-Con Recap: Scored some original art.

  • Fables 75, pages 34-35 by Mark Buckingham
  • Marvel 1985 2, page 3 by Tommy Lee Edwards
  • Guardians of the Galaxy by Chris Giarrusso
  • Deadpool 23 variant cover by Chris Giarrusso
  • Avengers by Chris Giarrusso
  • Speed Comics 26, pages 17-22—complete “Girl Commandos” story
  • Rocket Raccoon by Chris Giarrusso
  • Bufkin by Bill Willingham
  • Krypto by Franco
  • Mary Marvel by Jeff Shultz

iandsharman:

If Wolverine’s entire skeleton is covered in adamantium, does that include the tiny bones in his ears that enable him to hear? Would he be deaf?

Find out in the upcoming premium format mini series from Marvel Comics:

THE DEAF OF WOLVERINE!

Boom.

The Howling Commandos are back! Revealed by TV Guide, this image from the season premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. features Jim Morita, Agent Peggy Carter, and Dum Dum Dugan (Kenneth Choi, Hayley Atwell, and Neal McDonough) from a flashback sequence—perhaps a lead in/setup for the ‘Agent Carter’ series?

ragegearstudios:

Yay! Watercolors. Always good to change it up once in a while.

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Writer/artist Phil Hester has been on a mission since midnight yesterday morning to complete 97 sketches in honor of Jack Kirby’s 97th birthday with the proceeds supporting The Hero Initiative.

Happy birthday, Jack. Comics, and now our movies, would be so much more boring if not for your genius.