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DC Poster Portfolio : Joshua Middleton Art Book Review

Joshua Middleton is an Eisner Award-nominated artist known for his work on Batman, Aquaman, Batgirl and more. This giant sized poster book collects 20 pieces of his art work featuring iconic characters from DC universe like Superman, Wonderwoman, Harlequin, Batgirl and more. The reproductions of the art work are huge and beautifully printed, and the binding allows for the pages to detached fairly easily from the book to be displayed as pin-ups. The close-up portrait illustra...
Tags: Comics, Book Reviews, Superman, Dc Comics, Illustration, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Anime, Batman, Dc, Posters, Mark Schultz, Art Book Review, Manga/comics, Amazon De, Vampirella


Toshiyuki Fukuda Portfolio 2 Art Book Review

A graphic design graduate from the Osaka University of Art, Toshiyuki Fukuda (福田利之) is a prolific illustrator whose art work has graced countless magazines, children’s books, T-shirts, music album covers and many more. This 2nd collection of his art work ( see the first collection here ) showcases more than 200 pages of his delightful illustrations. (image above) The art book comes housed in a lovely slip case. (above right) This particular piece feels like a tribute to one of my fav...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Book Reviews, Illustration, Drawing, Anime, Gustav Klimt, Amazon Japan, Art Book Review, Japanese art book, Amazon De, Stanley Artgerm Lau, Amazon CA, Toshiyuki Fukuda, Toshiyuki Fukuda Portfolio 2 Art Book Review, 福田利之作品集2


Vampirella 50th Anniversary Poster Book Review

Warning : The following post contains nudity/adult content. Vampirella is a superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and comic book artist Trina Robbins in 1969 for Warren Publishing’s black-and-white horror comics magazine. 50 years later, the sexy Vampirella has gained a huge following and her stories remains ever popular. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of her creation, Dynamite publishing has assembled some of the comic world’s best talents to put together this beautiful poster art ...
Tags: Anime, Jose Gonzalez, Amazon UK, Amazon Japan, Akira, Forrest J Ackerman, Trina Robbins, Stanley Lau, Vampirella, Stanley Artgerm Lau, Frank Cho Alex Ross Stanley


Death Stranding Poster Art – Pablo Uchida

I’ve gotta confess that despite Hideo Kojima’s fame in the gaming industry and the popularity of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, I’ve never played any of his games before. That said, the recent coverage of his upcoming game Death Stranding at the Tokyo Game Show piqued my interest, mostly because of the exceptional poster art by Japanese illustrator Pablo Uchida. I’ve been following Pablo on twitter for quite some time now ever since discovering his beautiful art work. He doesn’t update all ...
Tags: Anime, Hideo Kojima, Pablo, Stanley Artgerm Lau, Pablo Uchida, Kouji Tajima Takayama Toshiaki


Comic-Con: DC Collectibles Reveals New Figures, Statues, and Prop Replicas

DC Collectibles reveals new figures, statues, and prop replicas DC Collectibles has officially kicked off San Diego Comic-Con: International with several major announcements, including the expansion of its grittiest line of statues, Gotham City Garage. Racing onto shelves in 2018, the biker statues will be joined by an all-new 6.75’’ DC Essentials action figure line starring DC’s most popular Super Heroes and Super-Villains designed by fan-favorite comic book artist Jason Fabok. DC Collectibl...
Tags: Toys, TV, Movies, San Diego, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Collectibles, White, Comic-Con, Extras, Lucia, Jessica Cruz