latinageek

nomalez:

Sandora Ruiz (Art By Sandora) and her comic art.

[FRA] Je l’ai découverte il y a quelques jours car elle avait “liké” certains de mes posts sur instagram. En allant sur son profile j’ai vu qu’elle dessinait quelques toiles. Certaines sont à vendre si ça vous intéresse.

[ENG] I discovered her a few days ago because she liked some of my posts on instagram. By going to her profile I saw that she drew some paintings. Some are for sale if you’re interested.

Follow “Art By Sandora” on the web: Facebook / Instagram .

My Links(follow me): Art / illustration / Marvel / DC Comics .

americachavez:

William H. Foster III, comic book historian, on representation in comic books. From PBS’s Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle.

Because a post crossed my dash recently asking why we need to push for more representation in comic books and media in general. 50 years later, this man still tears up because in one panel, Peter Parker spoke to an unnamed black kid. That’s why we need representation.

LAS MUJERES LATINAS de MARVEL

America Chavez, Bonita Juarez, Angela del Toro, Maria de Guadalupe Santiago, Rio Morales, Anya Corazon, Maria Vasquez, Maya Lopez, Dr. Cecilia Reyes, Ava Ayala, Eva Alexander, y Sofia Mantega

kaseybriannewilliams:

Excellent Manners Wolf goes to his local coffee shop

kaseybriannewilliams:

Excellent Manners Wolf goes to his local coffee shop

leseanthomas:

Uh, dear BIG 2 (Marvel & DC): What was that about females & minority characters (and both) as leads NOT selling well?

Source: http://robot6.comicbookresources.com/2014/02/ms-marvel-rockets-to-the-1-slot-on-marvels-digital-sales-chart/

Need to read.

nitoriaiichirou:

yeah but, cartoon women, any drawn women, aren’t wearing those skimpy and sexual clothes out of choice, they’re wearing it because someone drew them that way, normally for a reason. so so don’t go “oh maybe she chooses to fight crime in a bikini and high heels” bc a man sat at a desk and decided she was gunna wear those clothes, for a reason, for the audience or his gaze. so no, its not slut shaming, its creepy man shaming

dcwomenkickingass:

Can we talk about the idea of “pandering” in Superhero comics? I’ve see the world tossed around a lot in the free wheeling world of internet commenting and I gotta say if I see it one more time, I’m going to punch as wall.

Marvel creates a set of comics with…

thatdjspider:

This is awesome :)

And I kind of love her.

Good advice for any con!
She had me at the Fruity Oaty Bar. I guess I have to follow her now. XD

bettersupes:

Okay, so I’m not sure why but for some reason there are a ton, a TON, of Princess Batman costumes, possibly more than the standard Batgirl costume. They come in 2 different flavors, bumblebee and hot pink. So, I’m just making one big Super Princess Batman compilation post (alternatively Ballerina Batman since those fluffy skirts can be ambiguous).

Don’t ask which Robin that is because I cannot keep track of all the dang Robins at this point… “Stephanie Carrie Graydrake-Waynetodd”

Source of all photos:
deantrippe, girlslovesuperheroes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), sparklysushi, donkeysalright, cosplayingwhileblack, crazycrafters.

comicsforever:

The Justice League // artwork by Alex Garner (2012)
Cover art for the upcoming “Justice League #13”

comicsforever:

The Justice League // artwork by Alex Garner (2012)

Cover art for the upcoming “Justice League #13”

DC Girls/ Adventure Time Fan-Art Print (by sodapopcomics on Etsy)

DC Girls/ Adventure Time Fan-Art Print (by sodapopcomics on Etsy)

seanhowe:

STAN LEE, CENTERFOLD (photograph by Eliot R. Brown) When Stan Lee visited New York in January 1983, the editorial staff was at the peak of its yuk-yuk, hand-buzzer giddiness. They’d been shooting photos of each other in superhero costumes for some of the covers—several staff members appeared on the cover of the last issue of SPIDER-WOMAN—and now they were putting together a comic that consisted wholly of photos of intra-office hijinks. They wanted to include Stan the Man. Lee, the original ringmaster, jumped at the chance to pose for a nude centerfold. Marvel staffers photographed Lee with an oversize comic book covering his private parts; soon after, they received a call from his assistant in L.A. “Stan is wild,” said the assistant. “He should not have been naked for your centerfold. Please. Don’t.” (A Hulk costume was later superimposed over Lee’s body in postproduction.)
Text from the forthcoming MARVEL COMICS: THE UNTOLD STORYhttp://seanhowe.tumblr.com/post/30043409444/coming-october-9-from-harpercollins-pre-order

seanhowe:

STAN LEE, CENTERFOLD (photograph by Eliot R. Brown)
When Stan Lee visited New York in January 1983, the editorial staff was at the peak of its yuk-yuk, hand-buzzer giddiness. They’d been shooting photos of each other in superhero costumes for some of the covers—several staff members appeared on the cover of the last issue of SPIDER-WOMAN—and now they were putting together a comic that consisted wholly of photos of intra-office h
ijinks. They wanted to include Stan the Man. Lee, the original ringmaster, jumped at the chance to pose for a nude centerfold. Marvel staffers photographed Lee with an oversize comic book covering his private parts; soon after, they received a call from his assistant in L.A. “Stan is wild,” said the assistant. “He should not have been naked for your centerfold. Please. Don’t.” (A Hulk costume was later superimposed over Lee’s body in postproduction.)


Text from the forthcoming MARVEL COMICS: THE UNTOLD STORY
http://seanhowe.tumblr.com/post/30043409444/coming-october-9-from-harpercollins-pre-order

Avengers art by URBNPOP as seen today at the Puerto Rico Comic Con. (via Instagram)

Avengers art by URBNPOP as seen today at the Puerto Rico Comic Con. (via Instagram)

starkexpos:

Hi Tumblr comics fans,

Let’s accomplish some social good today. The organization One Million Moms, who describe themselves as “a network of Christian mothers and grandmothers taking a stand for our children who are exploited by the entertainment industry”, have recently released…