brianmichaelbendis:

The Marvel Comics Art of Agustin Alessio.

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maddieatsbrains:

holy frick

from now on, whenever anybody doubts marvel casting ill just show them this

Not really since most of these images were drawn after the actors were cast and Ultimate!Nick Fury is literally based on Sammy Jackson

Here is a list of the issues the comic panels were taken from, the dates of the issues, and the names of the artists:

Captain America - Avengers #3, 2012 – Artist: Jerome Opena
HulkAvengers: Assemble #6, 2012 – Artist: Mark Bagley
Tony Stark - Iron Man 2: Public Identity #3 (edit, sorry), 2010 – Artist: Adi Granov
Hawkeye - Avengers #1, 2012 – Variant cover, Artist: Steve McNiven
Black Widow - Avengers #1, 2012 – Hastings Variant cover, Artist: Looks like the style of Greg Horn, but I can’t see the signature – I can just make out what looks like the letter G in script behind the barcode, so I’m saying it’s Greg Horn.
Nick Fury - Battle Scars #6, 2012 – Artist: Scott Eston
Maria HillNew Avengers #19, 2006 – Artist: Mike Deodato, Jr.
Loki - Siege: Origins, 2009 – Artist: Giuseppe Camuncoli
Thor - Mighty Avengers #20, 2007 – Artist: Jim Cheung

The first Iron Man film was released in 2008, and featured Robert Downey Jr and Samuel L. Jackson.
Scarlett Johansson first appeared in Iron Man 2, released in 2010.
Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, and Chris Hemsworth all appeared in the adaptation of Thor, released in 2011.
Colbie Smulders and Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner first appeared in The Avengers, released in 2012. 

Just to challenge myself, after I’ve completed a few other projects ahead of it, I’ll do another Avengers morph - and with comics pre-dating all the films’ releases. Then, we can all see just how good the casting was, and no one will say, “Eh, it was just because the artists started modeling their work after the actors’ image,” despite the fact that the merit of their portrayal is in their acting, not just their appearance.

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tastefullyoffensive:

How to Get 10% Off Your Order at Not a Burger Stand in Burbank, CA

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"We’ve got Thanos." [x]

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rottentomatoes:

"Yo, yo, yo, 1, 4, 8, 3-to-the-3-to-the-6-to-the-9. Representin’ the ABQ. What up, biatch? Leave it at the tone!"

Did you know seasons 2-5 of Breaking Bad are Certified Fresh at 100%, but season one is at 78% (still Certified Fresh)?

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comicsforever:

Batman #497: Classic & Modern // artwork by Jim Aparo and Michael Lee Graham (2014)

Bane breaks Batman’s back a classic moment reworked with a DKR twist for the modern audiences.

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