It's time once again for Awesome Art Picks. Each week we scour the internet for great comic art that won't appear in comic books. Why won't they be in comics if they're so great? Comic artists simply love to draw. It's a way for them to let out steam or even experiment on characters they might not normally get to draw in the books they officially working on.
If that wasn't enough, check out his 1970s version of Black Widow. It's from an old pitch that he and Ivan Brandon were working on. Does this mean the pitch wasn't accepted? That's just crazy.
Okay, how about one more from Noto? Here's Emma Frost and Joe Strummer (from the band The Clash) in London, 1979. Amazing, as always.
Hopefully you read Wonder Woman #1 this week with art by Cliff Chiang. Last week I posted some Wonder Woman pics from Cliff but I somehow missed this commission he posted of Kitty Pryde from the Baltimore Comic-Con.
The next couple demonstrates that even a simple drawing can speak volumes. Here's a Nick Fury done on his iPad!
Here's a sketch of Clark Kent. Again, even with the simplicity, it speaks volumes. It's almost like less is more.
We posted a sketch of Magneto Peter did before. Now it's in color!
What do we have to do to get Tony on an Indiana Jones book?
That's it for this week. What did you think of this batch? We'll have another installment next week.