Because no one ever made made superfriends by drinking milk.
Check the full project at Behance.
The Amazing Spider-Man #617 (2010)
Story: Joe Kelly, art: Max Fiumara, colors: Fabio D’Auria
"Tomorrow marks the release of Genius #1, the first in a five-part comic-book miniseries about a young woman from South Central L.A. who unites the city’s gangs and attempts to secede from the U.S.
As one of our resident comics lovers said, it’s “fast-moving, smart, and appropriately cynical”; it’s also the rare instance of a black heroine, co-written and drawn by black creators, in a mainstream comic book.
We asked co-writer Marc Bernardin (a veteran who’s done books for Marvel, been a deputy editor at Playboy, and written for the TV show Alphas) to write a piece charting his childhood voyage through the nerd-culture landscape—a landscape that rarely felt like a place he belonged…”
Genius by writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman (Alphas, X-Men Origins: Nightcrawler, The Authority, The Highwaymen), artist Afua Richardson.
Keep reading at WIRED
Pilot Season: Genius #1 free at comixology
100th Anniversary Special - Spider-Man #01 (2014)
Story: Sean Ryan, art: In-Hyuk Lee
Bill Mantlo, creator of Rocket Raccoon. If you’ve enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy like so many of us have, please do not forget about his role in giving us all that incorrigible, adorable little fella.
At Multiversity we’re hosting a benefit for Bill. You can read about it here, see all the pieces we’ll be auctioning off for Bill in conjunction with his brother Mike here (the auctions will begin soon, 100% of the proceeds go to Bill’s care), and you can read more about what you can do for Bill here.
Ain’t nobody like Bill, ‘cept Bill.