A virtual gallery celebrating the greatness of the comics medium, past and present.
Original cover by Dick Giordano from Detective Comics #566, published by DC Comics, September 1986.

Original cover by Dick Giordano from Detective Comics #566, published by DC Comics, September 1986.

art-spiegelmans-wordless:

Shaping Thought! a new piece from Art Spiegelman, featured in Wordless!

Original cover painting by Frank Brunner from Monsters Unleashed! #11, published by Marvel, April 1975.

Original cover painting by Frank Brunner from Monsters Unleashed! #11, published by Marvel, April 1975.

Original concept paintings for Walt Disney’s animated Cinderella movie by Mary Blair, 1950. 

Original Mudwogs painted double-page spread by Arthur Suydam, circa 1990.

Original Mudwogs painted double-page spread by Arthur Suydam, circa 1990.

Pair of original cover paintings by Enrique Nieto (not the current President of Mexico) from For Lovers Only #81 and I Love You #114, both published by Charlton Comics, 1975.

doopliss:

I wrote this comic about Athanasius Kircher and, sort of, about his book, Mundus Suberraneus, for an issue of The Land Line, but I don’t know if they ever used it.

Julia Gfrörer.

doopliss:

I wrote this comic about Athanasius Kircher and, sort of, about his book, Mundus Suberraneus, for an issue of The Land Line, but I don’t know if they ever used it.

Julia Gfrörer.

New illustration by Jim Woodring (from his Facebook page).

New illustration by Jim Woodring (from his Facebook page).

sethandrewjacob:

coolpages:

Copra #8 (Copra Press - July 2013)
Writer/Illustrator: Michel Fiffe

This page is so awesome.

sethandrewjacob:

coolpages:

Copra #8 (Copra Press - July 2013)

Writer/Illustrator: Michel Fiffe

This page is so awesome.

(via thecomicage)

Original cover painting by Ken Kelly from Creepy #75, published by Warren Publishing, November 1975.

Original cover painting by Ken Kelly from Creepy #75, published by Warren Publishing, November 1975.

howardcruse:

Would I have drawn this in the early-’70s if I hadn’t dropped a lot of acid in the late-’60s? Not likely.

The great underground cartoonist, Howard Cruse, is on tumblr. 

howardcruse:

Would I have drawn this in the early-’70s if I hadn’t dropped a lot of acid in the late-’60s? Not likely.

The great underground cartoonist, Howard Cruse, is on tumblr.