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Phil Noto

  1. Dorkly Presents the Beautiful Star Wars: The Force Awakens Fan Art That Already Exists

    And it's not ALL drawings of the claymore lightsaber, we promise.

    Bow down, mortals, before Phil Noto. And then go check out Dorkly's roundup of amazing fan art based on the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed alone.

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  2. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: BOOM! Studios’ Butterfly #3

    The awesome Marguerite Bennett is on to her third issue of Butterfly, and BOOM! Studios has given us an exclusive preview to share with you! Bonus points for the Phil Noto cover.

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  3. Marvel’s Black Widow #12 Cover Features CNN’s Anderson Cooper Because Of Course It Does

    Black Widow, Silver Fox, what's the difference?

    In all seriousness, this cover by Phil Noto is incredibly gorgeous. And it's not just a one-image gimmick, either: according to the creative team behind Black Widow, Anderson Cooper will play an integral role to the plot as he "exposes the tangled web of the Widow’s past discretions." Uhhhh, yes please?

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Black Widow #2

    Things We Saw Today

    Phil Noto has released this image, the cover of the upcoming Black Widow #2. (Tumblr)

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  5. Things We Saw Today: The Wonder Woman Homage in the Honey Boo Boo Bio Comic

    Things We Saw Today

    Okay. Okay, I'm just mildly amused. Which is a change from the exhausted eyerolling with which I usually great any mention of Bluewater Comics bio-comics. That's a pretty significant accomplishment.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: The Most Adorable Mass Effect Sneakers Ever

    Things We Saw Today

    Yes, the N7 is on the tongue, and like every squad member is on them and they're all just as adorable. See more pictures at Fashionably Geek.

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  7. A Nice Response to Greg Horn’s Legitimately Disturbing Catwoman Portrait

    A Lesson in Humility

    Here's the nice piece of art prompted by a bad portrait. The bad portrait and full story is behind the jump, 'cause that stuff don't belong on the front page.

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