The Ultimate Marvel Universe’s Spider-Man, Miles Morales, stands on top of a icy, snowed-over Avengers insignia, looking outwards into the horizon in this cool piece of Marvel Comics fan-art created by DeviantArt user artofjosevega.
DeviantArt user dnz85 has created this awesome looking piece of comic book cover art featuring our favorite wall-crawler, The Amazing Spider-Man!! The piece is called “Thwip!” and features the superhero swinging from web to web through some of New York’s back alleys. The artist has created numerous pieces of awesome comic book fan-art that you can check out right here.
ComicBookdotcom has recently uploaded an article featuring a custom-made Spider-Man costume created by Artist Hetain Patel. The costume is titled “Love Letter To Spider-Man” and is a life-size fiberglass cast of himself dressed in Spider-Man’s famous red and blue costume. Patel has written numerous than-you’s to the wall-crawler for different things like wearing glasses and being skinny, that Patel feels makes Spider-Man one of the more vulnerable superheroes in comics.
One of Hetain’s greatest thank-you’s towards the superhero is his ability to make anyone a hero. His suit reads:
“Dear Peter Parker, There are a few things I’d like to thank you for. First and foremost thank you for making a mask to cover your face. Thank you for making a suit to cover every inch of your skin. Because of this, I too can be Spider-Man without having to be the Asian Spider-Man or the Indian Spider-Man.”
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This incredibly awesome, action-packed, black & white piece of Marvel comic book art was created by Artist Jason Quinones. The piece is called “INVADERS 001 Sketch Cover Comic” and features various animal superheroes getting ready to battle it out with some bad guys.
Here is Jason’s description of the Invaders comic sketch art:
The characters and situations i’ve chosen to depict on this sketchcover does not happen in The All-New INVADERS but it should. Did this one real fast and loose. Very loose pencils with a quick Sharpie Marker Ink job on top all in bout 3 hours time. (Which is fast for me anyway…)
It features Rocket Raccoon, Howard The Duck, Spider-Ham, Frog-Thor (Did he ever have an actual name or was he just Frog-Thor???) and a Baby Lockjaw!
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Artist Tierno Beauregard has created this amazingly dark, gritty, and dramatic piece of comic book fan-art depicting Marvel’s favorite web-slinger, Spider-Man. The piece shows a black & white Spider-Man staring off into the sky as dramatically as possible, a depiction of what the artist believes the superhero should be, “a dark and complex character”.
You can see more of Tierno’s work by following the link down below
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In a recent interview on the Late Night Show with Seth Meyers, comic book legend Brian Michael Bendis spoke about Marvel’s upcoming comic book event, Secret Wars, which will apparently smash both the Earth 616 universe and the Ultimate Marvel universe together into one! Mendis also went on to talk about one of his most recent and most popular characters he’s created, Miles Morales, the Ultimate Marvel Universe’s Spider-Man. Enjoy the video!!
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Thanks to GeekTyrant.com, we’ve found these incredible looking comic-book superhero hoodies!! The hoodies come from CoyotePop’s shop on Etsy.com and each one costs about $69.00. The hoodies are based off comic-book characters from the DC and Marvel universes, heroes like Spider-Gwen, Captain America, Nightwing, and more. There are hoodies available for all sizes, adult to youth.
You can visit CoyotePop’s shop on Etsy by following the link down below
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