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Incredible Comic Book Character Art From Around the Net: Supergirl

An Art Appreciation Column Arranged by Steve Seigh

Here at Talking Comics we do our very best to bring you all sorts of entertaining and exciting comic book related content. So it’s with that mentality that we bring you Incredible Comic Book Character Art From Around the Net! Every week, Steve will be scouring sites like DeviantArt, Pinterest, and many more to find you some of the coolest comic book character art created by YOU, the fans! It’s our little way of giving back to all of the hard work, imagination, love, and dedication that the comic book community thanklessly gives back to the folks who’ve created the fine characters you’ll find featured here.

So sit back,  relax, and enjoy the vibrant, emotional, and ceaselessly creative art we’ve found of some of the greatest comic book characters ever to inspire artists all around the internet!

“Supergirl Sky”

Art by Artgerm

“Supergirl”

Art by sab-m

“Supergirl but …”

Art by J-Estacado

“Supergirl”

Art by mikepacker

“Supergirl”

Art by wingwingwingwing

“Supergirl illo”

Art by OlgaUlanova

“Kara”

Art by Ricken-Art

“Supergirl”

Art by Kyendo

“Supergirl Paints”

Art by JustinCoffee

“Supergirl II”

Art by dCTb

- Incredible Comic Book Character Art From Around the Net Soundtrack -

This column was arranged while listening to the album The Bones of What You Believe by the band CHVRCHES.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktoaj1IpTbw[/youtube]

See you next week, folks!

This list was compiled by Steve Seigh – Executive Editor of Talking Comics. You can hear Steve on the Talking Comics weekly podcast as well as find him on Joblo.com where he writes a featured, bi-weekly column called Ink & Pixel. His Twitter handle is @dead_anchoress.

* All of the incredible art featured here was drawn by comic book fans. Thank you so much to everyone whose art it was that made this such a great week to be a fan of Supergirl.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. M. Da Ponte

    Truly some great pieces, my favourites would have to be the ones done by OlgaUlanova, and dCTb. Is the format of this article going to revolve around 1 particular character, or are you going to try experimenting and choose characters surrounding a particular theme? hope to see more!

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