Cyclops by Ryan Stegman
80s Canon ad by Katsuhiro Otomo
(Source: arrastao, via comicblah)
Wolverine & The X-Men by Jason Aaron & Nick Bradshaw
Original art by Frank Miller, for the cover of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #2, 1986.
(Source: seanhowe, via thecomicsvault)
thatjoshjerez said: Clarify this for me if you will Mr Bendis; Is the new powers in dec a reprint of vol 1 iss 1 or a new series?
Brand-new number one. all-new story. double sized for regular price.
Primo new material for new readers coming on board because of all the television craziness but picking up exactly where you leave off at the end of powers: Bureau 12 which when Michael read the script said: Jesus…
also the new number one is going to have exclusive behind-the-scenes power TV stuff. the perk of being an executive producer :-)
and the covers!! MMMMuaagh!!
including a TV show photo cover and another cover we are debuting at the powers panel at New York comic con. it was art done for the show by an artist that you guys really love.
Anonymous said: Are you going to make a cameo appearance in the first episode of Powers?
I have turned down numerous cameo offers over the years and all sorts of television and movies. I know they are fun but looking at my face that big would not be fun for me.
I am also grateful that Charlie and I agree that our show doesn’t lend itself to that kind of fourth wall breaking/
but cooler than a physical cameo the artwork of Mike Oeming and many other friends of ours will be very visible on the show as part of the story.
Anonymous said: i feel like baphomet was part of noh-varr's experimentation
I like to think of the Protector being Noh-Varr’s goth stage.
The first feature film by Powers director David Slade
Kabuki & Scarab. Pencils by me, Inks by legendary Crow creator James O’Barr.
Leon The Professional - Mathilda by Andrew Robinson