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North Wing 1B:

Sampling of the Best

Fanzing and Le Musee de Bivolo are proud to exhibit a smattering of the great art which has graced the past issues.

Be sure to click on these pictures to examine them close-up. The real beauty's in the details. People with current standard browsers will actually see the images floating in front of them, where you can move them around to your pleasure. Those with older browsers will see them in a separate window and will have to hit their "Back" buttons to return here.

All-Star Squadron "All-Star Squadron" by Chris Franklin

Superman "Superman" by Yusuf Madhiya

Robot Thanksgiving "Robot Thanksgiving" by Matthew Minnich

JLA: Death, Sex and Hamsters "JLA: Death, Sex and Hamsters" by The Brothers Grinn

Crisis on Earth-C "Crisis on Earth-C" by Chris Franklin

Harbinger "Harbinger" by Jas Ingram

Titans Ladies "Titans Ladies" by Marla F. Fair

Green Arrow "Green Arrow" by Scott McCullar

GLC World Tour "Green Lantern Corps World Tour" by Phil Meadows

DC Magic "DC Magic" by Bob Riley

Jay Garrick "Jay Garrick" by Joe Singleton

July Fourth "July Fourth" by Rosalyn Terrill

Batman - A Hard Day's Night "Batman - A Hard Day's Night" by Bill Wiist

Ice "Ice" by Melissa Wilson

Warlord vs. Anti-Monitor "Warlord vs. The Anti-Monitor" by Yusuf Madhiya

Roy G. Bivolo, also known as the Rainbow Raider, left a lucrative career at DC to beome the host of Fanzing's art gallery. Color blind since birth, he has carved a reputation as an artiste extraordinaire.

is a professional graphic artist, and has penciled comics for Illusion Studios and Newbreed Comix. Folks on the Dixonverse board know him as Earth 2 Robin. Chris lives in the sticks of Kentucky with his lovely wife Cindy, his young son Andrew, his lazy dog Buggaloo, and his ever-growing collection of DC related toys and memorabilia. Chris is one of the artists on our first comic book, "Fanzing Presents: Job Wanted", which can be purchased at Too Many!

Bob Riley (1970-2001) was a fan artist with a flair for Timm-style animated art. He worked with several industry pros and helped design numerous graphics for Fanzing. See Bob Riley's tribute here.

Marla F. Fair has a blurb

Yusuf Madhiya is one of Fanzing's cover artists. Hailing from India, Yusuf 's artwork is also on display at his website.

Matthew Minnich AKA Mervson, is a published children's illustrator, college teacher and floral packaging and web/graphic designer, with aspirations of ongoing illustration work.

Fanzing's Art Coordinator is a professional Illustrator and a Legion of Superheroes fan. He's a native of Mobile, Alabama, but is currently in Madison, Wisconsin. Phil's art is showcased in our first comic book, "Fanzing Presents: Job Wanted", which can be purchased at Too Many!

hails from Washington, where she operates Orelinde's Realm. Roz is the cover artist for our first comic book, "Fanzing Presents: Job Wanted", which can be purchased at Too Many!

Bill Wiist is a full-time artist and freelance writer for the Courier-Journal in Louisville, KY. He HATES gray walls and spends most of his time wishing he were on a beach.

Melissa Wilson has been drawing fanart for 15 years. Her first major influences were Wendy Pini and George Perez. She's snuck in as many art courses as she could manage in college, would like to take more, and loves collecting anything about Guy Gardner or Fushigi Yuugi.

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All artwork is © 2002 by the individual artists credited above.
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Text is © 2002 by Michael Hutchison
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