Amazing Art Picks: Death Of The Endless, Miles Morales, Doctor Strange, And More

The coolest comic art you won’t see in comics.

The reason you won’t see this art in comics is because artists often draw sketches, warm-ups, and commissions and post them on their Instagrams, Tumblrs, and Twitter. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out to stay up to date with what they have going on and to support them!

Click to enlarge(Header art above features art by Mike Maihack and Veronica Fish.

Mike Maihack posted Death of the Endless art on his Instagram. You can follow and support him on Patreon and get (early) sneak peeks and process shots.

Bernard Chang posted Miles Morales art on his Instagram.

Sean Chen also posted Obi-Wan, Black Cat, Mary Jane, and Miles Morales art on his Instagram

Andrew Robinson also posted Miles Morales art on his Instagram.

Tom Reilly posted Miles Morales, Hawkeye, and Nightwing art on his Instagram.

Todd Nauck posted D&D Spider-Man art on his Instagram.

Richard Pace posted John Lennon art on his Instagram. You can buy his original art at Cadence Comic Art.

Joel Gomez posted Lady Death art on his Instagram.

Sean Galloway posted warm-up art on his Instagram.

Ryan Stegman posted Death Metal Batman art on his Instagram.

Ryan Brown posted Venom art on his Instagram.

Veronica Fish posted a Doctor Strange commission on her Instagram.

Michael Walsh posted a Chameleon recreation page on his Instagram.

Art Baltazar posted Mole Man art on his Instagram

Daniel HDR posted Fantastic Four recreation art on his Instagram.

Chris Uminga posted Star Wars bounty hunters art on his Instagram. This is currently available at Star Wars Trading Post in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort. It’ll be available at Walt Disney World soon.

Dan Parent posted commissions from Emerald City Comic Con on his Instagram.

Mike Henderson posted Captain Britain art on his Instagram.

Gene Gonzales posted Green Arrow art on his Instagram.

Ryan Ottley posted new art on his Instagram.

Otto Schmidt posted Kate Bishop art if she was alive in the 1800s on his Twitter.

That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.

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