Awesome Art Picks: Nightwing, Emma Frost, Deadpool, and More

Each week we search and gather up the coolest comic book art you won’t see in actual comics. The reason you won’t is because artists often draw sketches for fun or commissions and post them on their websites, blogs, and Tumblrs. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out. This is a way to see the artists working on one book draw characters from other comics or publishers.

Jim Lee drew a Colossus sketch for Geoff Johns’ birthday and posted it on his Twitter.

Franco posted more Daily Doodles and posted them on his Instagram. You can buy his original art here.

Khary Randolph posted a Batman and Superman sketch and posted them on his Instagram.

Yildiray Cinar posted a Hawkman sketch on his Instagram.

Michael Walsh posted some commissions on his Tumblr.

Agnes Garbowska posted more Star Wars sketches on her Tumblr.

Dustin Nguyen posted a Batman sketch on his Instagram.

Tom Raney posted some commissions and Mostly Daily sketches on his Twitter.

Skottie Young posted more Daily Sketches on his Tumblr.

Sara Pichelli posted Batman and Elektra sketches on her Tumblr.

Ron Salas posted a couple more mock posters and other sketches on his Tumblr.

Chris Samnee posted a Doctor Doom sketch on his Instagram.

Ryan Stegman posted Emma Frost and Medusa commissions on his Tumblr.

Chrissie Zullo drew a Deadpool pic for Fandango and also posted a panda girl commission on her Facebook page.

Norm Rapmund posted some commissions on his Twitter page.

Jim Cheung posted some new sketches on his Instagram.

Brett Booth drew a cool Blue Falcon and Dynomutt sketch on his Twitter.

Joel Gomez drew some more sketches and posted them on his Tumblr.

Marcio Takara posted a commission work-in-progress on his Tumblr.

Joe Infurnari posted this sketch on his Tumblr. Check out the meaning behind it.

Peter Nguyen has been working on a Wolverine sketch and posted an update on his Tumblr.

Mike Henderson posted a Ghost Rider pic on his Instagram.

That’s it for this week. Let us know which pieces you really dug. We’ll have more awesome art next time.

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