No, Disney's Marvel acquisition didn't spill the spirit of 90's-style comics over into the House of Mouse's animated plans. Scott Campbell's deviantART portfolio in the last year, though, you easily could have jumped to such a conclusion. While other users were mashing up the innocent world of Sesame Street with Street Fighterthe co-creator of "Danger Girl" was readying a calendar of classic fairy tale ladies and giving them the Zenescope treatment.
American comic book artist J. Scott Campbell has drawn a series of portraits of Disney princesses. Nothing out of the ordinary so far - we've already seen Disney princesses as Orange Is The New Black charactersused in domestic abuse awareness postersand with various gender and ethnicity swaps.
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Mohan is a family physician, film and TV aficionado, a keen bibliophile and an eclectic scribbler. Generations of teenage boys grow up on a diet of comic books. Superheroes, snarling villains, world-conquering plots and death-defying feats are an addictive mix to their fertile imaginations.
She's actually wearing more clothes than we expected when we first heard about this. Dynamite sent out a press release today announcing a partnership with The Brewing Company to manufacture toys and statues based on Dynamite's comic book properties. To commemorate this special moment, the publisher unveiled a sexy new Vampirella statue by artist J.
These seductive J. Scott Campbell inspired pin-up tattoos are a good way to explore his geeky and sexy universe. If you have a serious crush on the art of comics illustrator J.