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marvel1980s:

silentgiantla:

Artist Paints Hyper-Realistic Art That Feature Old-School Snacks And Comics

Florida-based artist Doug Bloodworth is a photorealist painter whose works are influenced by American western classics. 

His oil paintings are unbelievably realistic and feature old-school snacks together with classic comics that are sure to bring back a sense of nostalgia. 

Bloodworth begins his painting on a blank canvas, without the help of grids and each artwork can take him over two months to complete. 

Was I the only one thinking get that food away from those comics?!

(via midtowncomics)

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Oh, I take questions and stuff, too.

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So lately, I have just been adding everything that I want to reblog to the queue and letting it ride. The result is that I have no idea what is posting or when. Sure, I could look, but that just wouldn’t be my style… my style being active laziness.

With that in mind, I did go through and look at what has been posting over the last few days and have been pleasantly surprised by how the posting schedule has worked out. Now if only I could find time to do some original posts….

Ah well, one step at a time.

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Magneto Commission by Clay Mann

Magneto Commission by Clay Mann

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atlasobscura:

THE COLOSSUS OF VILLA DEMIDOFF -VAGLIA, ITALY

Commissioned by Francesco I de’ Medici in the 16th century Villa Demidoff and the nearby Villa di Pratolino took over 12 years to complete. The end result was a stunning near-labyrinth of natural caves, lakes and massive sculptures. Of the statuary, the 16th century “Appennine Colossus,” is the main focal point of the landscape. Hesits atop a grotto in apparent anguish at his fate.

After changing hands a few more times, the wild grounds eventually fell into the hands of the government of Florence, who operated the area as a public park during the spring and summer months.

To learn more of the beauty and mystery of these gardens visit Atlas Obscura

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mmmarvel:

Iron Man by Bob Layton

mmmarvel:

Iron Man by Bob Layton

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iamalfff:

Fantastic Four by Paolo Rivera

iamalfff:

Fantastic Four by Paolo Rivera

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themarvelageofcomics:

themarvelproject:

The Danger Room by Jim Lee from Impel’s 1992 X-Men trading card set

I wrote many if not all of those trading card backs.

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brianmichaelbendis:

Andrea Sorrentino - Superman

brianmichaelbendis:

Andrea Sorrentino - Superman

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comicsalliance:

Robert Ball Gets His Vector on with Wolverine, the Joker and Many More [Art]
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artbychamba:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by theCHAMBA
VERY excited for the upcoming TMNT movie. Will do fanart of the new movie turtles soon.

artbychamba:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by theCHAMBA

VERY excited for the upcoming TMNT movie.
Will do fanart of the new movie turtles soon.

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8bitmonkey:

Juan Gedeon
Deviant Art
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thegeekcritique:

alwaysstarwars:

Shadow of Evil, by Tsuneo Sanda


Shawn writes:

All of the coolest badasses who died in Star Wars.

Everyone else was cannon fodder.


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albotas:

1966 LEGO Batman Project

Sam Gras writes in to us:

Hello, My name is Sam. I’m a Father, Cosplayer, and all around geek. My Four year old daughter is obsessed with Batman and Robin and asked me to make her a LEGO Batmobile that would fit both characters. I made her the iconic 1966 version. The build is on the LEGOIdeas website and has been in the top projects consistently every week. We currently have over 4,000 supporters.

With your help, we can reach our goal of 10K supporters and LEGO will consider producing the set. Below is a link to the build and my Facebook page. Please consider writing an article about the build, this would make an awesome little girl and her father very happy.

This is super rad and I really want those 60’s Batman and Robin figs. Head over to LEGO Ideas to support this project NOW!

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