Monthly Archives: January 2011

Clawing The Eyes Out Of Your Head with Artfan’s Tigra Collection.

Ahhh.  It is a brand new week in the Sketchcard Saloon and we are starting things off with a growl.  Welcome to the most glorious collection of original Tigra art in existence.  The man calls himself artfan, and the girl … Continue reading

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Best. Card. Ever. Sanna U.

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A Friday Full of Nar!

That is a pretty accurate portrait of the feeling I get whenever I gaze upon the insanely creative interpretations of classic Marvel Comics characters by the brilliant madman named Nar.  He is, without a doubt, one of the most highly … Continue reading

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Squirrel Girl’s Lone Appearance in New Avengers #8.

That’s all she got this month, but it is more than enough for me.  A full mugshot? Yes please.

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Fantastic Four Overload.

Yesterday the Marvel Universe shook. One of the Fantastic Four was killed.  Katie Cook blamed Paste Pot Pete, but that was just a joke.  Today she starts the party with the classic pose shown above. Then we roll out the … Continue reading

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Who Really Killed Human Torch.

Claude St. Aubin did that melancholy tribute to the dear departed Human Torch.  With today’s tragic turn of events, we scoured the sketchcard world to find the true culprit.  Katie Cook had the answer. Turns out it was Paste Pot … Continue reading

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99 points for Mike Miller.

No, not that guy.  Even though we had the pleasure to witness the NBA version of Mike Miller pouring in 22 points in the 2nd quarter Saturday night here in Miami, today we are celebrating the artist named Mike Miller. 99 … Continue reading

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