Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Black and White Wednesday: John Buscema Original Art

Dig it, Groove-ophiles--John Buscema original art!
















You're welcome.

What?

Oh, yeah, some Conan!



5 comments:

  1. Always love B & W Wednesdays! Especially seeing original art, John Buscema no less! How about besides more John Buscema. We see some early 70's Sal Buscema, Marie Severin & BWS!Roy Thomas turns 76 on Nov 22nd too by the way!

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  2. I have come to this conclusion:

    some artists I never cared for growing up were actually great. It is just that their work never gelled with being colored.

    Yoyo

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  3. John Buscema's wonderful figure work and composition/design is a true Diversion of the Groovy Kind!!!!!!!!

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  4. Love that buscema. Especially the Conan bit.

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  5. Beautiful art by John Buscema. Every figure, every panel a gem. Never cared for Ernie Chan's inks though. It may have made Conan look a bit olde worlde but Chan's inks were overbearing. The best inker for John Buscema seemed to be Big John himself or his little brother Sal.

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