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    xombiedirge:

    Ultimate Spider-Man Character Designs by John Paul Leon

    Always a big fan of John Paul Leon.

    Can’t believe I haven’t seen that top set before. So awesome.

    How much don I love John Paul Leon’s work? Let me count the ways…!

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  3. True, true. True, true.
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    True, true.

    (Source: coolnessgraphed)

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  5. Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great. Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great.
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    Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great.

    (Source: neilaglet)

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  7. chrissamnee:

Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
chrissamnee:

Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
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    chrissamnee:

    Oh Captain My Captain… America!!

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  9. thebristolboard:

Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906. thebristolboard:

Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906.
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    thebristolboard:

    Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906.

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  11. neilaglet:

Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.
neilaglet:

Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.
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    neilaglet:

    Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.

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  13. thebristolboard:

Neil Aglet.

I definitely want that last power… thebristolboard:

Neil Aglet.

I definitely want that last power…
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    thebristolboard:

    Neil Aglet.

    I definitely want that last power…

    (Source: neilaglet, via thebristolboard)

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  15. chrissamnee:

    ungoliantschilde:

    some of Alex Toth’s black and white artwork.

    LOVElovovelove. Lovelove. Love.

    WOW.

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  17. Baron Karza of the Micronauts!
What if you dispensed with having to stick to the toy design, complete with goofy, clunky chest cannons and instead interpreted the character with a more practical look? 
Karza always struck me as a kind of Mongolian warlord, a brutal tyrant who wasn’t afraid of (even relished) the idea of getting his hands dirty in the enforcement of his own dictatorial rule. 
Keep the essential elements and interpret the rest as a menacing, jackbooted thug who dominates the (micro)cosmos with an iron fist! Baron Karza of the Micronauts!
What if you dispensed with having to stick to the toy design, complete with goofy, clunky chest cannons and instead interpreted the character with a more practical look? 
Karza always struck me as a kind of Mongolian warlord, a brutal tyrant who wasn’t afraid of (even relished) the idea of getting his hands dirty in the enforcement of his own dictatorial rule. 
Keep the essential elements and interpret the rest as a menacing, jackbooted thug who dominates the (micro)cosmos with an iron fist!
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    Baron Karza of the Micronauts!

    What if you dispensed with having to stick to the toy design, complete with goofy, clunky chest cannons and instead interpreted the character with a more practical look? 

    Karza always struck me as a kind of Mongolian warlord, a brutal tyrant who wasn’t afraid of (even relished) the idea of getting his hands dirty in the enforcement of his own dictatorial rule. 

    Keep the essential elements and interpret the rest as a menacing, jackbooted thug who dominates the (micro)cosmos with an iron fist!

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  19. Hall of Fame catcher Ernie Lombardi, played for Cincinnati in the early 1900’s. I’m using him for a project coming down the pike. What a mug! Hall of Fame catcher Ernie Lombardi, played for Cincinnati in the early 1900’s. I’m using him for a project coming down the pike. What a mug!
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    Hall of Fame catcher Ernie Lombardi, played for Cincinnati in the early 1900’s. I’m using him for a project coming down the pike. What a mug!

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