THUD – comic book art from Witchblade: Day of the Outlaws

In the winter of 1878, in the little town of Colorado Hills, Amos thought he was going to have his way with the woman he found by herself, taking a bath. He didn’t know that she was a bearer of the Witchblade.


These graphic panels are found in Witchblade: Day of the Outlaws, the one-shot comic book written by Joshua Hale Fialkov, featuring artwork by Nelson Blake II & Dave McCaig, and recently published by Top Cow.

Like a zombie on a flying saucer

That pretty much sums up my state of being right now. Severe lack of sleep, under a constant barrage of noise from the competing bands on the two stages in the park across the street, trying to function as a human being but sensing that I’m not quite pulling it off… oh yeah, I can relate to that zombie pulled aboard a flying saucer by a tractor beam.

zombie and aliens

These graphic panels are found in The Colonized: A Tale of Zombies vs. Aliens #1, the comic book written by Chris Ryall, featuring art by Drew Moss, and recently published by IDW.

THOOM THOOM THOOM – comic book art from Sledgehammer 44 #1

Allied troops fighting in France are stunned in the late summer of 1944 when they’re attacked by a giant Nazi war machine.


This graphic panel is found in the pages of Sledgehammer 44 #1, the comic book with credit for the story shared by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, artwork by Jason Latour, and recently published by Dark Horse Comics.

AAAAA – comic book art from Vampirella

Vampirella puts the bite on a bad guy: a powerful wizard who was trying to take both her life and her soul.

AAAAA - comic book art

These graphic panels come from the short story, Lust For Life, written by Ty Templeton, with art by Bruce Timm, that was originally published in 1999 in the Vampirella #20 comic book, and more recently appears as back story in the one-shot from Dynamite, Vampirella: NuBlood.

Okay. – comic book art from Hellboy in Hell.

Having just been rescued from a battle in Hell, Hellboy isn’t sure exactly what his state of being is. He knows that he died and went to Hell. But now? He knows he’s in a dark, dusty old mansion from which he’s been told there’s no escape. But he doesn’t know if he’s a ghost, if he’s still dead, or if he’s anything at all. He’s been told that he’s finally free but, … he’s come to be very skeptical about most things.

Hellboy says, “Okay.” And he lights a cigarette.


These graphic panels come from Hellboy in Hell #4, the horror comic book written snd drawn by Mike Mignola, and recently published by Dark Horse Comics.

Rikard loses his head

During a night battle against demon creatures in the Winter of 580 A.D., somewhere in “The North,” and much to the the horror of his father and his girlfriend, the brave warrior Rikard loses his head.


These graphic panels are found in Helheim #1, the gothic horror comic book written by Cullen Bunn, featuring artwork by Joelle Jones, and recently published by Oni Press.