Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series
Mar05

Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series

Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series by Jerry Whitworth   Recently, Comic Art Community offered up an update of its top ten comic book television series. Animation was purposely excluded because undoubtedly it would have dominated the list (as the special effects of animation is only limited by the artist’s imagination and cartoons generally enjoy longer production runs which could mean more story development). Comic book...

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Holiday Art from Comic Art Commissions
Dec16

Holiday Art from Comic Art Commissions

Holiday Art from Comic Art Commissions Here’s some great holiday inspired artwork from some of the various artists at Comic Art Commissions. Eric Matos Frankie B Washington  Artwork :  2015 New Years Cover Art for Rhode Island based Motif Magazine. I drew the artwork out traditionally in rough pencil, then onto pen & ink. Scanned it into the computer and digitally colored it in Photoshop.   Seth Abair Info: A little fun...

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Batman ’66: In Memoriam
Sep15

Batman ’66: In Memoriam

Batman ’66: In Memoriam by Jerry Whitworth   With the release of the December 2015 solicitations for DC Comics came the announcement of several title cancellations. Arguably the most talked about series coming to an end is that of Batman ’66. Continuing elements from the Batman television series of the 1960s while introducing new dimensions from the comics to be published since that time, the digital-first title was...

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Top 10: Possible Batman ’66 Crossovers

Top 10: Possible Batman ’66 Crossovers by Jerry Whitworth   Announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2015, DC Comics’ hit digital first series Batman ’66 will crossover with the Avengers from IDW’s Steed and Mrs. Peel. This follows the popular mini-series Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet co-produced with Dynamite Entertainment which continued the crossover from the original television series. The author of...

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Batman Joins the Avengers at IDW

Batman Joins the Avengers at IDW by Jerry Whitworth   Announced at San Diego Comic-Con International 2015, DC Comics’ Batman ’66 series will crossover with Britain’s the Avengers John Steed and Emma Peel from IDW Publishing. Batman ’66 is a hit digital first series from DC expanding the 1966 Batman television show while introducing modern day characters like Killer Croc, Clayface, Two-Face, Poison Ivy,...

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