Welcome to The Comic-Verse, a feature that is all about sharing and promoting content. Not only will you find links to the very best comic-related posting each week from my fellow WordPress bloggers but you’ll also be treated to art from one talented individual. It is all about spreading the word while also honoring those people who tirelessly work away on blogs of their very own. So sit back and enjoy!
The Top 15 comic-related postings of the Week
House of Flying Scalpels
New Avengers #23 – Complacency amidst the greatest of minds
X-Men comics (August 27, 2014)
She-Hulk vs. Super-Skrull’s parenting, Pt. 1 and Pt. 2
Diametrically Opposed: Swamp Thing / Anton Arcane
All New X-Men 31 review
Kevin Reviews Uncanny X-Men
Review of Uncanny X-Men Issue #64
Bag & Bored
REVIEW: ‘Batman & Robin’ #34
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #1 – Comic Review
The Telltale Mind
Mind Capsules – Guardians of the Galaxy #18 and Wayward #1
Nothing But Comics!
Advance Review of The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage #1
Review: New Avengers #23
Little Nemo Return to Slumberland #1 (IDW)
Sinestro and Writing the Anti-Villain
Reviews By Lantern’s Light
Retro-Review: Magneto – Testament
Guardians of the Galaxy #18 Original Sin Tie-In Review
Comic Art Spotlight
Here I thought I’d share some of my favourite comic-related works of art from Tyler Champion. This will be the first of two weeks where I’ll be highlighting his work. To check-out more from him, go to his DeviantArt page HERE.
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7 thoughts on “The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (08/23/14-08/28/14)”
I can’t help but feel like Cyborg’s caption there should be, “The Black Guy.” Because the whiteness of the others makes him come across as a token. Of course, the maleness of the others makes Wonder Woman feel a bit token-ish, too.
I was thinking that too! I also thought that all the other words had more positive connotations (Scientist, Guard, Warrior, Hero, Detective, King) while Cyborg’s “The Experiment” was more negative. Maybe “The Survivor” or “The Ace” or “The Victor” or “The Defender”…
I agree wholeheartedly that the choice of “The Experiment” was pretty weak. I really like your choice of “The Survivor” though and “The Victor” drew a smile on my face due to its double meaning.
Thanks for the comment. 🙂
The Watchmen drawing has everything I love to see in a dark comic book: a murky blind alley, some blood here and there, neon lights, a night club, a fire escape… I also love the use of shadows on Rorschach’s body.
An awesome image that clearly demonstrates that this guy needs to be snatched up for an ongoing comic series!
After seeing these pics, I just had to look at the rest of his collection. Wow this guy’s good.
I have a really good feeling that we’ll be seeing him grace the interiors of a DC or Marvel book sooner rather than later. Maybe a pit stop at Image first?