Andrea Montalbo'

Andrea Montalbo'

Andrea Montalbo'
Altre idee da Andrea
"Triple Self Portrait" by Gene Colan 2006.  I had the idea for Gene to do a homage to the classic "Triple Self Portrait" by Norman Rockwell.  He was thrilled with the idea and it shows in this work.

"Triple Self Portrait" by Gene Colan 2006. I had the idea for Gene to do a homage to the classic "Triple Self Portrait" by Norman Rockwell. He was thrilled with the idea and it shows in this work.

Daredevil #22 by Gene Colan (at this stage still trying somewhat to ape the style of his predecessor, John Romita)

Daredevil #22 by Gene Colan (at this stage still trying somewhat to ape the style of his predecessor, John Romita)

Daredevil vs.Stilt-Man reimagined Cover by Gene Colan and Dave Gutierrez

Daredevil vs.Stilt-Man reimagined Cover by Gene Colan and Dave Gutierrez

DAREDEVIL #69 PAGE 15 - Gene Colan & Syd Shores

DAREDEVIL #69 PAGE 15 - Gene Colan & Syd Shores

TALES OF SUSPENSE #78 PAGE 6 HALF SPLASH BY GENE COLAN #comics #art

TALES OF SUSPENSE #78 PAGE 6 HALF SPLASH BY GENE COLAN #comics #art

Jack Kirby was asked by Stan Lee to draw a Prisoner comic in the mid-70s. (Sadly the project was cancelled.)

Jack Kirby was asked by Stan Lee to draw a Prisoner comic in the mid-70s. (Sadly the project was cancelled.)

gene colan art | Gene Colan - Doctor Strange #14, p. 1 (Marvel, 1976) Comic Art

gene colan art | Gene Colan - Doctor Strange #14, p. 1 (Marvel, 1976) Comic Art

Original Comic Art:Panel Pages, John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #94 "Part Two: 1971: ASpace Odyssey" Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1971).... Image #1

Original Comic Art:Panel Pages, John Buscema and Tom Palmer Avengers #94 "Part Two: 1971: ASpace Odyssey" Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1971).... Image #1

The Demon, Issue 14, Cover

The Demon, Issue 14, Cover

Cover pencils by Jack Kirby for CAPTAIN AMERICA #105, already heavily altered by other hands to change the position of Cap’s legs. The final cover would be largely redrawn by other people, including Jim Steranko, John Romita and Dan Adkins.

Cover pencils by Jack Kirby for CAPTAIN AMERICA #105, already heavily altered by other hands to change the position of Cap’s legs. The final cover would be largely redrawn by other people, including Jim Steranko, John Romita and Dan Adkins.