JD, who blogs at Proverbs 19:20, requested that I write an art blogging post about Art Adams, an American comic book artist. Adams' first introduction to comics came from bales of discarded comics that his mother would purchase for him at a thrift store. He began marketing his own work at conventions at the age of 17. Within two years, he was working professionally, and has thrived ever since.
Here is one of Adams' images of Power Girl, a DC superhero. Hmm. There is definitely something appealing about his work, although I can't quite put my finger on them. Uh, I mean 'it'.
I can't find a title for this touchingly romantic scene, but it reminds me so much of when my wife and I first met.
The Incredible Hulk. I'm more of a DC person than Marvel, though. Maybe just because I'm more familiar with the DC universe, so it's easy for me to slip into the middle of a story. I know that some Marvel people regard DC as a bit unsophisticated, but I don't care.
So, JD. Tell us about what you think of this artist? Why does his work speak to you?