I think we can all agree that the world is sorely lacking in enough high quality Rock em’ Sock em’ Robot illustrations like the one you see above by the talented Eric Joyner. Make sure to follow his link to see even more awesome retro inspired robotic artwork!
While Superman is not my favorite superhero I’ve always been a huge fan of the Fleischer Studios Superman shorts from back in the 1940s. A local station that I could pick up on my little black and white television in my youth used to run a few of the shorts in between Saturday Morning cartoons.
Now take a look at this fantastic artwork by Des Taylor from his DesPop Blog!
I love how it looks almost like a screen capture from one of the animated shorts. Check out this awesome Rocketeer illustration that he did as well!
Take time to follow that link up top to the DesPop blog and prepare to be amazed!
The writing of H.P. Lovecraft in my humble opinion is some of the finest terror literature that has ever been produced. Likewise the artistic talents of Mike Mignola (Hellboy, The Amazing Screw-On Head). With this piece of art from Mignola we have a joining of two worlds that fit together perfectly.
The Voyager missions started sending back amazing photos of our solar system right about the time I was old enough to understand what they were. Previously, cameras had given us somewhat grainy views of our neighbors in space, so it’s hard to imagine a time when most of what everyone saw of the heavens (in any detail) were left up to an artist’s interpretations. Some stunning examples of this can be seen in this collection of chromo-lithographs that depict planets, comets, the moon and sun.
All are based on astronomical observations, and the results are stunning. It’s pretty amazing how detailed and accurate many of them are, given that we now have hi-res photos of many of the same subjects to compare them to.I’d love to have a framed set of these.
View the whole set at LiveScience.com.
I’ve posted some of the wonderful artwork by the incredibly talented Chris Samnee here on the site before. When I stumbled across his illustration for the best Pulp character of all time I knew I had to share it as well, because “Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?”
If you like Chris Samnee’s art make sure to visit his blog by clicking the link provided above or better yet pick up some of the fantastic work he’s done for Marvel Comics at your local comic shop today!