The theme concludes with the cover for The X-Men #15.1, drawn by Jason Pearson. I grew up reading the X-Men, so my affinity with the characters is my excuse for seeing Pearson drawn them.
The theme continues: this is the cover for The Loners #1, drawn by Jason Pearson. I could post all the covers for this six-issue mini-series, which are all homages to the posters of John Hughes’s film, but this one is enough because it is so easily identifiable as a tribute to The Breakfast Club.
The theme continues: this is the cover for Deadpool #22, drawn by Jason Pearson. The Deadpool covers were mostly funny, but then there were the moody covers. I like the atmosphere and composition on this one.
The theme continues: this is the cover for Deadpool #17, drawn by Jason Pearson. I love the silliness and the facial expressions and the X-uniform on top of the costume.
Theme continues: this is Deadpool #12, drawn by Jason Pearson. He drew a long run of Deadpool covers, which started fairly straight-faced but grew into something funnier and better. I’ve posted quite a few of them before, and I’m going to post a few more.
Time for a theme: this is the Batman and Joker, drawn by Jason Pearson. The theme is Pearson – I was writing about him on my other blog the other day, and it made me think I should post some more of his art.
When I was looking for Tom Strong images drawn by Art Adams the other day, I found this: it’s a pin-up of Tom Strong and family by Jason Pearson, which I thought was rather lovely.
Marvel comics for November 2011: the nostalgic glee that overwhelms me when I see a smiling Warlock as a car in this visual … Jason Pearson brings the funny on this great cover for New Mutants #33.
Marvel comics for October 2011: a few of the interesting covers from the solicitations. The first to catch my eye was this cover for New Mutants #32 by Jason Pearson, just because it’s nice to see his funky style on some of my favourite characters.
Jason Pearson is a cool artist. The movie Leon is super cool. Jason Pearson drawing Leon is super SUPER cool. (via Comics Alliance)
Marvel comics for April 2011: there are several things I like about the composition of this cover to Astonishing X-Men #37 by Jason Pearson. There’s the fact that we’re looking at the scene from inside a monster’s mouth; there’s the fact that there are little slices of tooth chopped off by Wolverine; but it’s the disdainful arch on Emma Frost’s eyebrow as she surveys the scene that is the icing on the cake.