The "Comics Destroyer"
Born September 25, 1970
From the Paul pope WIkipedia page:
"Paul Pope (born September 25, 1970) is an American alternative comic book artist. Pope describes his own influences (listed in his book P-City Parade) as Daniel Torres, Bruno Premiani, Jack Kirby, Alex Toth, Tony Salmons, Hugo Pratt, Silvio Cadelo, Vittorio Giardino, and Hergé."
Paul Pope art - Star Wars
Dark Knight III
Art by Paul Pope
Philip K. Dick’s Electric Ant #4
Battling Boy - Paul Pope
The new Paul Pope - Battlling Boy reminds me somewhat of the scope of the Fritz Lang 1924 film Die Nibelungen.
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Paul Pope - THB 6d
Paul Pope page from THB 6d, 2002. See page enlarged.
Paul Pope Batman
From Batman Black and White
Paul Pope's 2005 retelling of the tale of Theseus and the Minotaur. The bull-headed monster is the cliche nightmare image from hundreds (or maybe thousands) of tellings through the centuries. But has there been more than a handfull which have any empathy for the creature (like Pope's telling?)
Paul Pope One Trick Rip Off Collection
Paul Pope art from the collection One Trick Rip-Off + Deep Cuts collection, Image Comics. See the Page enlarged.
Original page October 29, 2012 | Updated April 2016
DC New Talent Showcase now open
Feb 2017: DC's effort to look at new artists is underway for the month of February (the writers workshop will be in March). To see the artist application page, go here: www.dccomicstalentworkshop.com
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