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    SMITHSONIAN wrote about Eliot R. Brown and how he mapped out Gotham City, and if that’s doesn’t have you clicking on this link already I don’t know what else to tell you.

    SMITHSONIAN wrote about Eliot R. Brown and how he mapped out Gotham City, and if that’s doesn’t have you clicking on this link already I don’t know what else to tell you.

    — 1 month ago with 530 notes
    #Eliot R. Brown 

    Marie Severin, 1979. Photograph by Eliot R. Brown.

    John Byrne, 1995. Photograph by Matthew J. Atanian.


    — 4 months ago with 76 notes
    #marie severin  #john byrne  #Eliot R. Brown  #marvel artists with guns 

    Three Marvel rejection letters and one assignment letter to Jim Lee, plus one letter of response—”Will this story ever be published or is it just a try-out story?”—from 1986–87, recently posted by Lee on Instagram.

    You can read more about Jim Lee and Carl Potts here.

    — 9 months ago with 1277 notes
    #Jim Lee  #letters  #Howard Mackie  #Eliot R. Brown  #carl potts  #alpha flight  #image 
    cockrum1970s:

dave cockrum in the MARVEL COMICS offices, 1979. get a load of his BAMF doodle on the wall to his left! photo by eliot r. brown

    cockrum1970s:

    dave cockrum in the MARVEL COMICS offices, 1979. get a load of his BAMF doodle on the wall to his left! photo by eliot r. brown

    — 1 year ago with 78 notes
    #Dave Cockrum  #Nightcrawler  #Eliot R. Brown 
    Layout of the X-Men’s mansion. Art by Eliot R. Brown, 1993.
Do you think they still have the public telephone?

    Layout of the X-Men’s mansion. Art by Eliot R. Brown, 1993.

    Do you think they still have the public telephone?

    — 1 year ago with 102 notes
    #Eliot R. Brown  #X-Men 
    Frank Miller, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Frankie Sienkiewicz in the Marvel offices, 1982. Photo by Eliot R. Brown. Used with permission.
Eliot has posted some amazing photographs on his website. Please do not re-post or otherwise distribute those other photographs without Eliot’s permission. For real. Also, in case you didn’t know, the current issue of Matt Fraction and David Aja’s HAWKEYE (#3) is inspired by and dedicated to Eliot—and it’s a lot of fun. Check it out!

    Frank Miller, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Frankie Sienkiewicz in the Marvel offices, 1982. Photo by Eliot R. Brown. Used with permission.

    Eliot has posted some amazing photographs on his website. Please do not re-post or otherwise distribute those other photographs without Eliot’s permission. For real.

    Also, in case you didn’t know, the current issue of Matt Fraction and David Aja’s HAWKEYE (#3) is inspired by and dedicated to Eliot—and it’s a lot of fun. Check it out!

    — 1 year ago with 40 notes
    #Eliot R. Brown  #photos  #Marvel offices  #Frank Miller  #Bill Sienkiewicz 
    Archie Goodwin and P. Craig Russell, 1980. Photo by Eliot R. Brown.

    Archie Goodwin and P. Craig Russell, 1980. Photo by Eliot R. Brown.

    — 1 year ago with 42 notes
    #Archie Goodwin  #P. Craig Russell  #photos  #Eliot R. Brown  #Epic Illustrated 
    Photo cover to Spider-Woman #50, shot behind Bob Camp’s loft on 37th Street by Eliot R. Brown. Painted enhancements by Bob Larkin.
Mike Carlin recalls:"The Scarecrow was Mark Gruenwald. I was in front of him as The Needle (the guy with the needle). Werewolf By Night was colorist Bob Sharen. The guy hanging off the fire escape is Spongebob animator Vincent Waller. The Moth Lady was Mark G’s wife Belinda. Tigra was Annie Nocenti her own bad self. Brian Postman is the Hangman, though ya can barely see him. Not sure who played The Shroud—Ralph Macchio? White-haired guy in white is letterer Jack Morelli. And Green Hoodie guy MIGHT be Ren & Stimpy animator Bob Camp. Lynn Luckman was a secretary from the business-side of Marvel—and she looked awesome in the suit! In fact she’s the only character painter Bob Larkin didn’t have to "enhance" with costume-lines and such! Lotsa fun here!"
See an outtake from the photo shoot at:http://seanhowe.tumblr.com/post/30407174045/second-unit-photo-shoot-for-spider-woman-50-fromMore of Eliot Brown’s work is viewable at www.eliotrbrown.com(Please do not copy the photos on his website without his permission.)

    Photo cover to Spider-Woman #50, shot behind Bob Camp’s loft on 37th Street by Eliot R. Brown. Painted enhancements by Bob Larkin.

    Mike Carlin recalls:
    "The Scarecrow was Mark Gruenwald. I was in front of him as The Needle (the guy with the needle). Werewolf By Night was colorist Bob Sharen. The guy hanging off the fire escape is Spongebob animator Vincent Waller. The Moth Lady was Mark G’s wife Belinda. Tigra was Annie Nocenti her own bad self. Brian Postman is the Hangman, though ya can barely see him. Not sure who played The Shroud—Ralph Macchio? White-haired guy in white is letterer Jack Morelli. And Green Hoodie guy MIGHT be Ren & Stimpy animator Bob Camp. Lynn Luckman was a secretary from the business-side of Marvel—and she looked awesome in the suit! In fact she’s the only character painter Bob Larkin didn’t have to "enhance" with costume-lines and such! Lotsa fun here!"

    See an outtake from the photo shoot at:
    http://seanhowe.tumblr.com/post/30407174045/second-unit-photo-shoot-for-spider-woman-50-from

    More of Eliot Brown’s work is viewable at
    www.eliotrbrown.com

    (Please do not copy the photos on his website without his permission.)

    — 1 year ago with 200 notes
    #spider-woman  #photo cover  #bob camp  #mike carlin  #bob sharen  #annie nocenti  #vincent waller  #mark gruenwald  #bob larkin  #brian postman  #jack morelli  #tigra  #werewolf by night  #eliot r. brown