Tag Archives: Charles Hall

The Miami Heat is a Sign of the Apocalypse.

Check the eyes.  We were there to witness.  Chris Bosh is playing like a man possessed.  The millions of people who love to hate the Miami Heat must feel as if the world is coming to an end.  This team … Continue reading

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Chillin On Sunday With Deadpool.

Sunday. Time to kick back and enjoy life. Like Deadpool. Sketch cards by Axebone, Bard, Charles Hall, Jack Redd, and Hanie Mohd. All from the collection of humpdz. Chillin.

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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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Going Green With She-Hulk.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Sketchcards by Charles Hall, Newton Barbosa, and Sanna U. Curated by Rian Fike. Go Green!

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Marvel’s Dangerous Divas Are Incendiary To The Optics.

That pandemonious Psylocke is a puzzle constructed from four different trading cards.  The original art was created by the amazing Meghan Hetrick, and this glorious prize will be inserted randomly into a box of Marvel Dangerous Divas.  The set will … Continue reading

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More Phoenix, More Better.

That is an actual screenshot of Jean Grey getting Pheeney with it, in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.  We love the heat, we love the fire, we cannot get enough.  Today we have a fresh batch of the best Phoenix ever seen, courtesy … Continue reading

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Deadpool Like Whoa.

Any comic book junkie worth their smack knows that reference and we need to pause a moment for them to stop laughing. The first awe-inspiring Artist Proof sketch card this glorious morning is an homage to the first appearance of … Continue reading

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