A virtual gallery celebrating the greatness of the comics medium, past and present.
Original painting by Richard Corben for the cover of Ian Livingstone’s book, City of Thieves, published by Dell Books, 1984.

Original painting by Richard Corben for the cover of Ian Livingstone’s book, City of Thieves, published by Dell Books, 1984.

Original cover painting by Virgil Finlay for Cordwainer Smith’s story, “The Ballad of Lost C’Mell,” from Galaxy Science Fiction magazine, October 1962,

Original cover painting by Virgil Finlay for Cordwainer Smith’s story, “The Ballad of Lost C’Mell,” from Galaxy Science Fiction magazine, October 1962,

"The Foot Massage" (1986) and "Projunior, Professional Shoe Salesman" (2005), two thematically related original illustrations by Robert Crumb. (Tom Marion is a guitar, banjo and mandolin player in R. Crumb’s Cheap Suit Serenaders). 

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LOS BORGIA (2004-2010) by Alejandro Jodorowsky & Milo Manara | El poder y el incesto

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LOS BORGIA (2004-2010) by Alejandro Jodorowsky & Milo Manara | El poder y el incesto

Original painting by Bernie Wrightson. Not sure what this is from but wow!

Original painting by Bernie Wrightson. Not sure what this is from but wow!

Preliminary and final wraparound cover art by Dan Clowes from Eightball #18, published by Fantagraphics, 1997.

"Piano," an original painting by Robert Crumb created for the Zamora, California Music Festival, 1981.

"Piano," an original painting by Robert Crumb created for the Zamora, California Music Festival, 1981.

Original panoramic illustration by Bud Sagendorf from Popeye the First Fifty Years, published by Workman Publishing, May 1979.

Original panoramic illustration by Bud Sagendorf from Popeye the First Fifty Years, published by Workman Publishing, May 1979.

"Critical Mass of Cool" by Paul Kirchner from Heavy Metal, November 1984.

Original splash page by John Celardo (pencils) and Bernard Sachs (inks) from Girls’ Romance #138, published by DC Comics, January 1969.

Original splash page by John Celardo (pencils) and Bernard Sachs (inks) from Girls’ Romance #138, published by DC Comics, January 1969.