Monthly Archives: March 2011

Charles Hall. Marvel Beginnings. Timeless.

Check. That. Out.  Charles Hall’s Marvel Beginnings cards are taking things to a whole new level by honoring the legendary past.  Each tiny oil painting is a spectacular portrait on top of a drawing of the character’s original appearance. Brilliant … Continue reading

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Chad Hardin’s Anti-Venom Will Rip Your Eyes Out.

Chad Hardin. Anti-Venom. That is all.

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Best. Card. Ever. Irma Ahmed. Elektra.

Absolute perfection.  This one speaks for itself.

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Squirrel Girl Gets Her Own Page.

One of my students brought that book into class today for show and tell.  Guess who we found inside? Doreen Green!

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Diva Goodies.

Magnificent. Simply magnificent. Ms. Marvel in her three phases, forming a sketch card puzzle, by Kevin West, all pulled from one box. Breathtaking beauty, unbelievable luck. Marvel’s Dangerous Divas by Rittenhouse Archives has all sorts of goodies like that. Some … Continue reading

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The Crux of the Marvel Universe.

When that sketchcard was pulled from its foil wrapper and offered up to Scoundrels, we immediately said “Huh? Crux? What?” The card is a magnificently mad interpretation by Larry Schlekewy, Jr. who is also known as Slickaway but who the … Continue reading

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McHaley Transcends.

Mark McHaley. Women of Marvel. Transcendence.

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