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Ilustración de Parker por Darwyn Cooke. Tienes una reseña del cuarto volumen de las aventuras de este personaje aquí mismo

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Ilustración de Parker por Darwyn Cooke. Tienes una reseña del cuarto volumen de las aventuras de este personaje aquí mismo

cooketimm:

Parker by Darwyn Cooke

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Parker by Darwyn Cooke

patrickdeancomics:

I need to be on the lookout for this Italian edition (circa 1987) of Richard Stark’s “The Man With the Getaway Face”. 

patrickdeancomics:

I need to be on the lookout for this Italian edition (circa 1987) of Richard Stark’s “The Man With the Getaway Face”. 

supervillain:

Get Carter (1971), dir. Mike Hodges

Selina’s Big Score (2002)

theblackestofsuns:

Selina — Did You Love Him?”

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fyccb recommended this to me. I’d had it lying around, half-forgotten about. But it’s Darwyn Cooke! So I read it and he’s right, it’s great. It’s clearly an attempt to get into the world Cooke would later build so beautifully with his adaptations of Richard Stark's Parker novels (there’s even a hard-bitten character named Stark), which is a great place to put Catwoman for a while.

Here’s a sunny, bird’s-eye view of Miami.

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I love that very faint tone of blue in the water on both sides of the spit of land. His lines are thicker and rougher here then they are in New Frontier or the Parker books. Maybe a little looser too, but it really works as a style for this material.

He does these great little panels to introduce a new locale. Like this one for the return to Gotham City.

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Or this one for a trip to Las Vegas.

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There’s dynamic action and a heist story with plenty of twists. Most importantly, there are plenty of panels like this one.

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There’s also a bonus pinup section at the back. I’d seen the Jaime Hernandez one before, but not the Jim Steranko!

jfsculpts:

My 3D rendition of Darwyn Cooke’s version of Richard Stark’s Parker. This is Parker as he appeared in THE HUNTER. 

Photos by Erica Henderson.

Via JFSculpts.com

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Parker by Darwyn Cooke

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Parker by Darwyn Cooke

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Parker by Darwyn Cooke (“Point Blank” movie poster stylization) 

I honestly never noticed this. And I call myself a Parker aficionado.

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Parker by Darwyn Cooke (“Point Blank” movie poster stylization) 

I honestly never noticed this. And I call myself a Parker aficionado.

"When the bandages came off, Parker looked in the mirror at a stranger."

- The Man with the Getaway Face, by Richard Stark (Donald E. Westlake)