1. aapstra:

    Lucky Luke by Jean Giraud & Blueberry (sort of) by Morris.

    In 1971 the legendary French comic magazine Pilote thought it would be cool to have their two best know western strips switch artists. Most of you probably know Jean ‘Moebius’ Giraud, who was the artist drawing Blueberry. Morris, who drew the strip Lucky Luke (written by René Goscinny of Asterix fame), is less well known outside of Europe. (which is a shame the man was a great cartoon artist and the original series of Lucky Luke is a European classic)

    The top image shows a Lucky Luke page by Morris redrawn by Giraud, the bottom image is a Blueberry page originally drawn by Giraud and reimagined with Lucky Luke characters by Morris.

    I found a smaller version of the original French version here. These larger images are from the Dutch translation.

     
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  3. 9emeart:

    Planches de “Couleur café”

    Berthet

     
  4. 9emeart:

    Planche de “Pin-up”

    Berthet

     
  5. jimchadwick:

    IT’S JACK KIRBY DAY

    Jack Kirby, the greatest and most prolific comic book artist of all time, was born 97 years ago today, August 28, 1917. Gone 20 years now, his legacy lives on now and forever. Long Live the King!

     
  6. themarvelageofcomics:

    Page from FANTASTIC FOUR #28 by Jack Kirby and Chic Stone

    Kirby’s order notes read:

    COMMENT ON X-MEN

    TORCH KNOWS ICE-MAN

    WHERE IS PUPPETMASTER?

    IN COMPLEX HQ OF THINKER

    (via thechrishaley)

     
  7. themarvelageofcomics:

    Cover to DAREDEVIL #43 by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott

     
  8. themarvelageofcomics:

    Page from FANTASTIC FOUR #39 by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia, with Daredevil figures inked by Wally Wood

    Production note reads:

    STAN G - SEMI-DARKNESS - READ COPY

    And Stan Lee’s follow-up:

    SOL - BE SURE TO TELL STAN G.

     
  9. devilpigstudio:

    cantstopthinkingcomics:

    Parker by Darwyn Cooke

    Damn good

     
  10. theplutonian:

    Silver Surfer sketch. Manga Studio on a Cintiq.