NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

I love the Essentials line. They’re the perfect collection to pack on a trip or in my work bag… at that price point, there isn’t a lot of concern about bent corners, etc. I’ll have to stock up before they’re gone!

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themarvelproject:

Marvel Comics & Paragon Software Present The Uncanny X-Men Madness in Murderworld! This comic came free along with the first X-Men PC video game in 1989.  Art by Jackson (Butch) Guice. 

(Source: anthonyscomicbookart.com)

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Page from X-Men #13 (2014). Written by Brian Wood. Art by Clay Mann (pencils, inks) with Seth Mann (inks) and Paul Mounts (colors).

Page from X-Men #13 (2014). Written by Brian Wood. Art by Clay Mann (pencils, inks) with Seth Mann (inks) and Paul Mounts (colors).

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francavillarts:

BATSIGNAL! TO THE BATCAVE!
Art by Francesco Francavilla.

#Batman75

Cheers,
FF

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Hawkeye takes barbecuing VERY seriously.

Panels from West Coast Avengers #4 (1984). Written by Roger Stern. Art by Bob Hall (breakdowns), Brett Breeding and Peter Berardi (finishes), and Ken Feduniewicz (colors).

Hawkeye takes barbecuing VERY seriously.

Panels from West Coast Avengers #4 (1984). Written by Roger Stern. Art by Bob Hall (breakdowns), Brett Breeding and Peter Berardi (finishes), and Ken Feduniewicz (colors).

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rcbot:

Birds of Prey #13

Originally solicited cover for Birds of Prey #13 (2012), art by Ben Oliver.

rcbot:

Birds of Prey #13

Originally solicited cover for Birds of Prey #13 (2012), art by Ben Oliver.

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A few things about these panels:
1.) That was a really species-ist thing to say, dude.
2.) That’s my girl, Tigra—rise above. Rise above.
3.) Tigra is the acting safety officer for the West Coast Avengers. Note the helpful winter driving tips.
4.) Tigra in leg warmers = EVERYTHING.
Panels from West Coast Avengers #3 (1984). Written by Roger Stern. Art Bob Hall (pencils), Brett Breeding (inker), and Julianna Ferriter (colors).

A few things about these panels:

1.) That was a really species-ist thing to say, dude.

2.) That’s my girl, Tigra—rise above. Rise above.

3.) Tigra is the acting safety officer for the West Coast Avengers. Note the helpful winter driving tips.

4.) Tigra in leg warmers = EVERYTHING.

Panels from West Coast Avengers #3 (1984). Written by Roger Stern. Art Bob Hall (pencils), Brett Breeding (inker), and Julianna Ferriter (colors).

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ruckawriter:

Checkmate, by Lee Bermejo.

Cover for Checkmate #1 (2006)

ruckawriter:

Checkmate, by Lee Bermejo.

Cover for Checkmate #1 (2006)

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