Wonder Woman: Official Origin Trailer

I liked the first Wonder Woman trailer. I like this one even more. I could change my mind later, but for now, and as I share the trailer while still feeling stoked by it, I really love it. Check it out below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INLzqh7rZ-U The plot description: From Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment comes the … Continue reading Wonder Woman: Official Origin Trailer

#Art of Fantasy 93: Ken Barr (Legends)

I know, I know. I skipped a week and I'm late again this week. Since starting "Art of Fantasy," I set out to never to skip a week and I've been successful at keeping to my routine for 92 weeks. However, October threw so many things at me I dropped the ball(s). I could handle … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 93: Ken Barr (Legends)

#Art of Fantasy 62: Kekai Kotaki

Born and raised on the island of Hawaii, Kekai Kotaki's passion for art started at a very young age. According to his biography, he found the sunshine and beautiful scenery of Hawaii distracting so he moved to dreary Seattle to attend art school. After graduating, he found a job at ArenaNet, the makers of the Guild … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 62: Kekai Kotaki

#Art of Fantasy 57: George Redreev

I have something different again for you today. George Redreev is a freelance artist, illustrator, and character designer from Chelyabinsk, Russia, and his art is quite... er, colorful. You know I love gritty, textured dark art, but there is also a side of me that likes the cutesy element, the fairy fantasy, the wonder and awe … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 57: George Redreev

#Art of Fantasy 43: Igor Kieryluk

Igor Kieryluk is a digital illustrator and concept designer from Poland. His fantasy art has gained him an impressive list of clients from the gaming and entertainment industries. Companies like Wizards of the Coast, Marvel, DC Comics, Fantasy Flight Games, Warner Bros, and Sony Pictures were all impressed by Igor's talent. I can see why. He has a phenomenal … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 43: Igor Kieryluk

#Art of Fantasy 11: Simon Bisley

I first discovered Simon Bisley's work many years ago while reading 2000 AD. He illustrated ABC Warriors and Sláine. He later also did Lobo for DC. Yes, if you think I was and still am crazy about Sláine (the character is roughly based on Irish lore), you would be correct. He also did a variety of other comics … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 11: Simon Bisley