Williamson’s gift for caricature takes a fascinating twist in this portrait of the sixties-era Stones, capturing the group’s debauched reputation in an unexpected manner. Kley was a German illustrator in the late 19th – early 20th century.
A quiet moment showing the BD’s heroine in thoughtful repose.
Looking at one of Jack Kirby’s greatest achievements.
The seal is loose!
The omnipotent arch-villain (and occasional ally) of Howarth’s Bugtown stories, she lives up to her historical namesake in this image from Savage Henry. A great example of Howarth’s more pointillistic style, often mixed in with the bolder, more cartoony style used in these later...