Chaos War: Ares Character Design

Posted on September 16th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Michael Oeming concept sketch for Ares
This October, the”Chaos War” event storyline begins when Mikaboshi, now calling himself the Chaos King, and his army arrive on Earth. Once here, they’ll prepare for their endgame – the destruction of all reality. Ares, the Greek god of war, won’t sit idly by and let that happen. Though he may have recently been murdered by the Sentry during “Siege,” being dead isn’t going to prevent him from wading full-on into the Chaos War in the November one-shot “Chaos War: Ares” by Oeming and artist Stephen Segovia.

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Thunderbolts: Crossbones Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Crossbones Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: Man-Thing Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Man-Thing Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: Juggernaut Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Juggernaut Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: Fixer Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Fixer Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: Ghost Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Ghost Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: Iron Fist Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Iron Fist Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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Thunderbolts: The Hand Character Designs by Declan Shalvey

Posted on June 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The Hand Character Designs by Declan Shalvey for Shadowland

Artist Declan Shalvey, best known for the BOOM! Studios comic book version of 28 Days Later and an Eagle Award winner for Hero Killers, is making his Marvel Comics debut.

Writer Jeff Parker and artist Kev Walker started their “Heroic Age” run on Thunderbolts with last month’s #144, and were scheduled to bring the team into the Shadowland with issues #148 and #149, beginning in September. Now, Walker will take a couple issues off before returning with #150, and Shalvey will be stepping in as artist for those two issues, working with Parker to depict the team’s involvement in the impending “street level” crossover, buoyed by Daredevil’s creation of an underground prison dubbed “Shadowland.”

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The Heroic Age: X-23 Character Designs by Will Conrad

Posted on June 15th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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X-23 has endured some awful abuse – physical, mental – and she’s inflicted her own abuse, as well. She’s a killer. A predator. And yet, she’s still a teenager. X-23 is still learning about who she is – she’s trying to, anyway. But the X-Men have done all they can for her, and so this next stage of her life is going to take her away from them, and set her on a path where she’ll need to rely on her own moral compass – which, occasionally, will lead her astray.

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