Cheer up, Batman.
Artwork by The-Blackcat.Read More
A late Christmas gift scrolled across my Facebook feed today.
If you’re familiar with holiday super hero specials – or are a regular Four Color Holidays reader – you’re likely already aware of 1988’s Christmas With The Super-Heroes #1. Featuring cover artwork by John Byrne, the issue is known for it’s whimsical display of DC heroes gathered around a Christmas tree. It’s a favorite among holiday comic fans, myself included.
But how might this cover be presented today, revisited and recolored with modern technology, different sensibilities and an artist’s personal flare? Scott Dutton recently shared his take, including a breakdown of the process from original artwork to final product.
Be sure to visit Scott’s Catspaw Dynamics at the earliest opportunity, where you’ll find countless more of his comic art recolorations and restorations.
Power Man’s favorite holiday catch-phrase. By Sanford Greene.Read More
Behold, Galactus, Cracker of Worlds. Artwork by Mike del Mundo.Read More
Marvel’s 1972 holiday card featuring artwork by Herb Trimpe.Read More
Adam Hughes composed this moody Hellboy piece, eventually gracing the cover of 2017’s Hellboy: Krampusnacht one-shot.