Jear The Bear

Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

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Original Sin: Hulk vs. Iron Man #2

Well, on my planet, there’s a legend about people like you. It’s called Footloose. And in it, a great hero, named Kevin Bacon, teaches an entire city full of people with sticks up their butts that dancing, well, it’s the greatest thing there is.

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The incredibly beautiful sci-fi art of John Harris.

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Uncanny Avengers #17 - "Ragnarok Now"pencil by Steve McNiven / ink by Jay Leisten

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Uncanny Avengers #17 - "Ragnarok Now"
pencil by Steve McNiven / ink by Jay Leisten

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Tributes to the beautiful world of SKYRIM by artist Michal Kus.

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These are digital! And GORGEOUS. Click on them to expand and see the wonderful detail!

Art by Dominique Louis

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THANOS By Jim Starlin
Occupation: Conqueror, worshiper of DeathLegal Status: Citizen of TitanPlace of Birth: Titan, Moon of SaturnBase of Operations: Santuary IIPowers: Thanos is a mutant and the most powerful of the Titanian Eternals. He possesses incalculable superhuman strength. His heavy-hided body is capable of synthesizing cosmic energy for personal use. Through unknown bionic amplifications, Thanos increased his physical strength and endurance. Thanos also posses superhuman intellect making him a master tactition. He can also control minds.First Appearance: Iron Man #55 (Feb. 1973)
TOHOTMU Vol.2, #20 (Feb. 1988)

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THANOS By Jim Starlin

Occupation: Conqueror, worshiper of Death
Legal Status: Citizen of Titan
Place of Birth: Titan, Moon of Saturn
Base of Operations: Santuary II
Powers: Thanos is a mutant and the most powerful of the Titanian Eternals. He possesses incalculable superhuman strength. His heavy-hided body is capable of synthesizing cosmic energy for personal use. Through unknown bionic amplifications, Thanos increased his physical strength and endurance. Thanos also posses superhuman intellect making him a master tactition. He can also control minds.
First Appearance: Iron Man #55 (Feb. 1973)

TOHOTMU Vol.2, #20 (Feb. 1988)

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STAR-LORD
Originally Steve Englehart wrote Peter Quill as a moody loner, bordering on being a sociopath. His father died when he was young and his mother raised him until he was 11 when she was killed by visiting aliens. Peter joins NASA as a way to find the aliens responsible for making him an orphan. He discovers an alien known as The Master of the Sun who is looking for someone to take up the mantle of Star-Lord, an intergalactic policeman. Peter steals the mantle from another astronaut and goes around the galaxy in his new role.
In his reconned history, Peter is a half human/half alien whose alien father leaves before he is born. His mother is killed by the Badoon who are then killed by Peter. Eventually he finds his way into space and works as a mercenary for hire. He’s imprisoned in the space jail known as the Kyln until he is broken out by Nova and rafted into the Annihilation Wars. Eventually he forms a new version of the Guardians of the Galaxy tasked with proactively ending galactic conflicts quickly.
Star-Lord’s mask analyses strategy data, improves vision and regulates oxygen while in space.
[Above, MARVEL PREVIEW #4 (Jan. 1976)Art by Steve Gan & Bob McLeod]

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STAR-LORD

Originally Steve Englehart wrote Peter Quill as a moody loner, bordering on being a sociopath. His father died when he was young and his mother raised him until he was 11 when she was killed by visiting aliens. Peter joins NASA as a way to find the aliens responsible for making him an orphan. He discovers an alien known as The Master of the Sun who is looking for someone to take up the mantle of Star-Lord, an intergalactic policeman. Peter steals the mantle from another astronaut and goes around the galaxy in his new role.

In his reconned history, Peter is a half human/half alien whose alien father leaves before he is born. His mother is killed by the Badoon who are then killed by Peter. Eventually he finds his way into space and works as a mercenary for hire. He’s imprisoned in the space jail known as the Kyln until he is broken out by Nova and rafted into the Annihilation Wars. Eventually he forms a new version of the Guardians of the Galaxy tasked with proactively ending galactic conflicts quickly.

Star-Lord’s mask analyses strategy data, improves vision and regulates oxygen while in space.

[Above, MARVEL PREVIEW #4 (Jan. 1976)
Art by Steve Gan & Bob McLeod]

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DRAX THE DESTROYER By John Byrne
Real Name: Arthur DouglasOccupation: Former real estate agent, agent of ChronosPlace Of Birth: Burbank, CaliforniaPlace Of Resurrection: Outside of Las Vegas, NevadaPowers: Drax posses a verity of superhuman powers that utilized the cosmic energy bestowed upon his artificially created form by Chronos and Mentor for the sole purpose of destroying ThanosFirst Appearance: Iron Man #55 (Feb. 1973)

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DRAX THE DESTROYER By John Byrne

Real Name: Arthur Douglas
Occupation: Former real estate agent, agent of Chronos
Place Of Birth: Burbank, California
Place Of Resurrection: Outside of Las Vegas, Nevada
Powers: Drax posses a verity of superhuman powers that utilized the cosmic energy bestowed upon his artificially created form by Chronos and Mentor for the sole purpose of destroying Thanos
First Appearance: Iron Man #55 (Feb. 1973)

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Guardians of the Galaxy by Sara Pichelli

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Guardians of the Galaxy by Sara Pichelli