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This is the variant cover for Batgirl #33, drawn by Cliff Chiang.

This is the variant cover for Batgirl #33, drawn by Cliff Chiang.

DC comics for December 2013: this is the cover for Wonder Woman #26, by Cliff Chiang. I do like a good silhouette.

DC comics for December 2013: this is the cover for Wonder Woman #26, by Cliff Chiang. I do like a good silhouette.

DC comics for July 2013: some covers from the solicitations that stood out; this is the cover for Wonder Woman #22, drawn by Cliff Chiang, which has the feel of a Soviet propaganda poster, in a good way.

DC comics for July 2013: some covers from the solicitations that stood out; this is the cover for Wonder Woman #22, drawn by Cliff Chiang, which has the feel of a Soviet propaganda poster, in a good way.

comicartappreciation:

Batman vs. Ra’s al Ghul // Cliff Chiang

comicartappreciation:

Batman vs. Ra’s al Ghul // Cliff Chiang

cliffchiang:

“Joss Whedon:The Geek Shall Inherit The Earth” for GQ Magazine, May 2012. Art director: Benjamin Bours.
It’s always a treat to do some editorial illustration, and when it’s a portrait of somebody as beloved in the comics scene as Joss Whedon, I couldn’t ask for a better subject.

cliffchiang:

“Joss Whedon:The Geek Shall Inherit The Earth” for GQ Magazine, May 2012. Art director: Benjamin Bours.

It’s always a treat to do some editorial illustration, and when it’s a portrait of somebody as beloved in the comics scene as Joss Whedon, I couldn’t ask for a better subject.

DC comics for June 2012: a smattering of covers from the solicitations that piqued my interest. This is the cover to Wonder Woman #10 by Cliff Chiang: a death Wonder Woman carrying two pistols is pretty awesome.

DC comics for June 2012: a smattering of covers from the solicitations that piqued my interest. This is the cover to Wonder Woman #10 by Cliff Chiang: a death Wonder Woman carrying two pistols is pretty awesome.

I’ve already posted a couple of covers from the DC comics for April 2012, but here are a few more. This cover is amazing: Cliff Chiang draws a fantastic cover for Wonder Woman #8.

I’ve already posted a couple of covers from the DC comics for April 2012, but here are a few more. This cover is amazing: Cliff Chiang draws a fantastic cover for Wonder Woman #8.

cliffchiang:

80’s X-Men (and New Mutants!) - originally B&W in SplashPage Artbook.

cliffchiang:

80’s X-Men (and New Mutants!) - originally B&W in SplashPage Artbook.

cliffchiang:

70’s Marvel Girls - originally B&W in SplashPage Artbook.

cliffchiang:

70’s Marvel Girls - originally B&W in SplashPage Artbook.

DC comics for August 2011: being a collection of covers from the solicitations that caught my eye. This is the cover to Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons #3 by Cliff Chiang. I love the retro design to this visual, and the little elephant is the icing on the cake

DC comics for August 2011: being a collection of covers from the solicitations that caught my eye. This is the cover to Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons #3 by Cliff Chiang. I love the retro design to this visual, and the little elephant is the icing on the cake

DC comics for February 2011: Cliff Chiang draws simple but classically rendered covers. I like his art style, so I post his cover for Secret Six #30.

DC comics for February 2011: Cliff Chiang draws simple but classically rendered covers. I like his art style, so I post his cover for Secret Six #30.

This is the Cliff Chiang variant cover to Justice League: Generation Lost #10. He draws beautiful covers, doesn’t he? [Via The Source]

This is the Cliff Chiang variant cover to Justice League: Generation Lost #10. He draws beautiful covers, doesn’t he? [Via The Source]

kandidkandor:

Marvel Girl & The X-Men | Cliff Chiang 

This is absolutely amazing, and it’s just a sketch! (You can see more over at Chiang’s website here.) I’d like to see this done properly by the awesome Chiang.

kandidkandor:

Marvel Girl & The X-Men | Cliff Chiang 

This is absolutely amazing, and it’s just a sketch! (You can see more over at Chiang’s website here.) I’d like to see this done properly by the awesome Chiang.