DC comics for October 2013: this is the cover for The Authority Vol. 2 hardcover, drawn by Frank Quitely. Great cover by a great artist.
Frank Quitely drawing Star Wars. Awesome. [via CBR]
The Vertigo Graphic Content revealed the cover to the Flex Mentallo Deluxe Edition. It is by Frank Quitely, so it is awesome.
DC comics for December 1991: this is proof that it will finally exist – the collection of the Flex Mentallo mini-series. This is the cover for Flex Mentallo: Man Of Muscle Mystery Deluxe Edition, drawn by Frank Quitely, and now everyone will be able to enjoy the wonderfully meta blending of fiction and reality that is the Grant Morrison trademark (I bought the issues when they first came out, so I can allow myself a certain degree of smugness).
This is an amazing portrait of Alan Moore by Frank Quitely, which was tweeted by CB Cebulski from a gallery opening. If you click on the link to get to the larger version, you can see that the names of Alan Moore stories are incorporated into his beard. Brilliant. [via Robot 6]
An oddity: an old incentive cover by Frank Quitely for the relaunch of He-Man from 2004 (via iFanboy).
DC comics for September 2010: this is a beautiful cover for Batman And Robin #16 by Frank Quitely, playing on the Bat-logo visual and being dynamic as well.
Via The Source, the Frank Quitely cover to Batman and Robin #13. Another great Quitely cover.
I’m amazed that I’ve never posted this cover before, but it’s a fitting end to Frank Quitely week. This is the cover to All Star Superman #1, a beautiful image and the beginning of a wonderful 12-issue run on Grant Morrison’s nigh perfect Superman story.
I never knew that Frank Quitely drew covers for random DC superhero comic books, but this cover for Birds of Prey #125 really shows off his humour roots and sense of wildness in his art.
Frank Quitely week continues with this cover to the trade paperback of Bite Club. I don’t know much about the book, but I do like the sexiness and dangerous quality of this cover; Quitely draws strangely pretty woman.
This is the cover to New X-Men #118, by Frank Quitely. I particularly like it for capturing the new attitude that Grant Morrison gave to Cyclops, a character who had been treated as a bit of a square for a long time. The body language is really good.