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Great Masters of Art: JOE KUBERT & SERGIO TOPPI

Sunday, April 25, 2010

BATMAN by Andy Kuhn


It's impossible for me draw Batman too many times.
He's probably the most iconic, and the most resilient to interpretation
of any character in mainstream comics. I love him!
Unfortunately this week I only had time to do
the black and red piece at the top of this post.
The drawing of Batman in the snow is one of my favorite
caped crusader drawings that I have ever done.
It wasn't done for Comic-Twart, but I include it here as an apology.
Hopefully i'll have more time next week.
Thanks for looking.


10 comments:

Mr. Hawthorne said...

YOU.FUCKING.WIN!

Dude, you're super incredible!!

Mike

Brian Jones said...

Both are great but LOVE the snow piece...well done sir :)

Evan "Doc" Shaner said...

Really strong design on the first Batman, and that second one is just plain great, Andy.

Steve Bryant said...

I love the almost gentle quality of the snow image...

That's comics haiku and it's beautiful, sir!

ANDY KUHN said...

thanks for the kind words, all. :)

citygod said...

Lovely work. You say the snow piece is old - can't help wonder if it predates Nemesis... you got ripped!

Urban Barbarian said...

Red Batman!!!!! Damn! Move over hulk!

Craig Zablo said...

NO. Apology. Needed.

Francesco Francavilla said...

I remember the snowy batman but it's still cool to see it again :)
And the red batman is a cover by itself: so iconic! :)

Cheers,
Francesco

Ron Salas said...

I totally agree with what you said about Batman. He's the one character where you can have a way-out-there take on him and still be true to the character.

I love that Red Batman. Great design as always.