If there’s a famous comic book property out there, artist Francesco Francavilla has probably been a part of it. His realistic, yet pulpy and vibrant style fits perfectly with so many characters and publisher. Well his fantastic work is finally getting the gallery show it deserves.
If you’re reading this, you’re on the internet. And if you’re on the internet today, it’s pretty hard to avoid the fact that it’s May 4, also known as May the 4th be with you, also known as Star Wars Day. And we’re all just looking for ways to celebrate.
You might be almost incredulous to hear that Archie Comics are behind two of the best horror comics in recent memory, but it’s true. Unfortunately, both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have been missing from comic shelves for nearly a year... but that’s not going to be the case for much longer.
The 1985 film Explorers is one of those movies that’s friends talk about in secret. If you’ve seen it, you probably love it. If you haven’t, it’s a movie you have to share. And that makes sense considering it was made by Gremlins director Joe Dante and stars Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix.
A few hours ago, Gotham Academy writer Becky Cloonan pondered a thought I'm sure everyone's had - what if instead of breeding Dinosaurs, Jurassic Park hatched Freddy Krueger? Artists rushed to visualise her idea, resulting in some hilarious sketches.
This weekend marks the first ever MondoCon, and to celebrate we are giving you all an exclusive look at one of the many spectacular works of art that will be on display and on sale in Austin. Behold Francesco Francavilla's Afterlife with Archie work.
Some Olympic athletes seem to have superhuman abilities, but these posters ask: what if fictional superheroes decided to compete in the winter Olympics?
As we prepare to bid farewell to Breaking Bad, let's revisit the key images of episodes from long ago—and not so long ago—with these episode posters by Francesco Francavilla.
Francesco Francavilla's Batman 1972 illustrations take the Dark Knight back to the 1970s, where he chainsmokes and does business with a mustached Commissioner Gordon. It's Batsploitation!
The character Swamp Thing has gone through many strange metamorphoses over the years. And in author Scott Snyder's current (and enjoyably creepy) story line, Dr. Alec Holland has only reluctantly taken on the mantle of the mossy champion to do battle with a malevolent primordial force known as The Rot.
Black Panther artist Francesco Francavilla has dreamt up a roster for the Avengers circa the Age of Discovery. Meet Earth's First Heroes, a team that includes "Captain Amerigo" and a Celtic Hulk.
This week, the always entertaining Comic Twart collective illustrated everyone's favorite stogie-chomping super-spy — Colonel Nicholas Joseph Fury. Furthermore, they went the extra mile and drew the 1960s version of Nick. Groovy.