Amazing Art Picks: X-23, Harry Potter, Hulk, And More

The coolest comic book 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 Tumblrs, blogs, 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.

Here’s a collection of some of the art I came across this week. Click to enlarge.

Todd Nauck posted commissions and sketches on his Instagram.

Dustin Nguyen posted new art on his Instagram

Tony Daniel posted a Wonder Woman/Superman sketch on his Instagram.

Dan Parent posted a magical commission on his Instagram.

Daniel HDR posted new commissions on his Instagram.

Agnes Garbowska posted new art on her Instagram.

Scott McDaniel posted a Harley Quinn commission on his Instagram.

Dawn McTeigue also posted an older Harley sketch cover commission on her Instagram.

Michael Cho posted a Spider-Man pic on his Instagram.

Norm Rapmund posted more commissions from Phoenix Fan Fusion on his Instagram.

Mike Maihack posted Harry Potter art on his Tumblr. He’ll have a few prints at the ALA conference later this month with the original up in a silent auction.

Rod Reis posted a couple sketch covers and a digital drawing of El Eternauta on his Instagram.

Marcio Takara posted a Raven commission on his Instagram.

Chrissie Zullo also posted new art on her Instagram.

Reilly Brown posted a Doc Ock commission on his Instagram.

Mike McKone posted new sketches on his Twitter.

Denis Medri posted Duke Thomas (Signal) art on his Deviant Art page.

Tom Raney posted Hulk art on his Twitter to remind people Heroes Con is coming up. You can reach out to him on Twitter if you want to arrange a pre-show commission that you’d pick up at the show.

Chris Samnee posted Hal Jordan art on his Instagram.

Jim Cheung also posted Wally West art on his Instagram.

Arthur Adams posted a Batman commission on his Instagram.

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

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