Posts Tagged ‘Deviant Art’

Fan Art Friday: Disney Style Game of Thrones Houses

by Becca Harperon 14/08/2015
Disney-fying some of our most loved characters from TV and film is a common occurrence, but today I stumbled upon one that particularly impressed me. Mariana Moreno, a comic book and visual development artist from Mexico and a member of Ka-Boom! Estudio’s creative team, has drawn our favourite houses from Game of Thrones as their house animals in the […]

Character Fan Art Feature: Data, Goonies

by GuruMelon 13/02/2014
This week I will be featuring fan art of the greatest Goonie – Data, thanks to Chris Kent for the suggestion. Data really was the only Goonie in any way prepared for their adventure, having previously trained with Indiana Jones. First up, everything you need to know about data in one handy infographic from Tom […]

Character Fan Art Feature: Manny Calavera, Grim Fandango

by GuruMelon 31/01/2014
For my first character I choose Manny Calavera, agent of the Department of Death, bar owner, ship’s captain and loveable hero of Grim Fandango. Like all the departed souls in the Land of the Dead, Manny is a calaca skeleton, and is most often pictured in his iconic reaper garb, though in the game he […]

Sunstone tackling the problem of sexuality and erotica in comics.

by Andy Haighon 02/09/2013
Sunstone is the story of Lisa Williams, a fledgling writer who has kept her submissive longings buried for years, and Allison Carter, a dominant woman who has found herself largely isolated from the outside world. Following their relationship from early online interactions to their first meet up and beyond what Sunstone handles impressively is the […]

Character Fan Art Feature: Crowley, Good Omens

by Becca Harperon 08/04/2013
For this weeks character I have chosen Crowley from one of my favourite books, Good Omens. Crowley, aka Crawly, aka Flash Bastard,  is “An Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards” Described in the book as having dark hair and good cheek bones let’s see how the following artists have interpreted […]

Art Noveau Style Superheroines by Hanie Mohd

by Becca Harperon 12/01/2013
Female superheroes are my…well… heroes. Mostly because I long to be one, but also because I like the fact that my sex is, for the most part, represented well in comics. Let us not argue about the lack of female creators in the industry and how this angers me, this is not the time. Instead […]