Frank Frazetta is most famous as a painter of fantasy art, because he is arguably the greatest of all time. But for the first decade-plus of his career, he worked in comics -- drawing, not painting.
From the Forge
"I've tried everything but necrophilia and coprophagy, and I like kissing the best. And that sort of sums it up. I don't talk about my personal life in interviews."
If you watched Saturday morning cartoons back in the early '80s, you encountered "Thundarr the Barbarian." Of course "Thundarr" was Jack Kirby -- how could it not be Jack Kirby?
Greg and Tim Hildebrandt, twin illustrators also known as the Brothers Hildebrandt, became art heroes for their late-'70s J.R.R. Tolkien calendars. But what was up with the 1982 Atlantis Calendar?
Have you seen Moebius’ “Gundaar”? When legendary comics artist Jean “Moebius” Giraud died in 2012, he left behind arguably the all-time most impressive body of sequential storytelling. Not only did Moebius create elegant imagery that influenced other artists and filmmakers, he did so for a long time, in various formats, with different collaborators. We published […]