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    Daredevil #191. Art by Frank Miller and Terry Austin. Letters by Joe Rosen.

    Daredevil #191. Art by Frank Miller and Terry Austin. Letters by Joe Rosen.

    — 1 month ago with 852 notes
    #daredevil  #frank miller  #terry austin  #joe rosen  #original art 
    The classic Terry Austin cover to X-Men #142 reimagined with the Avengers and Ultron.Art by Lee Garbett.

    The classic Terry Austin cover to X-Men #142 reimagined with the Avengers and Ultron.
    Art by Lee Garbett.

    — 6 months ago with 59 notes
    #terry austin  #x-men  #chris claremont  #lee garbett  #avengers  #ultron  #wolverine  #sentinels  #iron man  #days of future past  #black widow  #storm 
    Moon Knight by Frank Miller and Terry Austin. Image via the Pencil Ink blog.

    Moon Knight by Frank Miller and Terry Austin. Image via the Pencil Ink blog.

    — 6 months ago with 176 notes
    #frank miller  #terry austin  #original art  #moon knight 
    themarvelageofcomics:

A page from MARVEL AND DC PRESENT THE UNCANNY X-MEN AND THE NEW TEEN TITANS by Walt Simonson and Terry Austin.

    themarvelageofcomics:

    A page from MARVEL AND DC PRESENT THE UNCANNY X-MEN AND THE NEW TEEN TITANS by Walt Simonson and Terry Austin.

    — 1 year ago with 82 notes
    #X-Men  #New Teen Titans  #Walter Simonson  #Terry Austin  #Chris Claremont 
    Ms. Marvel by Dave Cockrum and Terry Austin, 1979.

    Ms. Marvel by Dave Cockrum and Terry Austin, 1979.

    — 1 year ago with 206 notes
    #ms. marvel  #Dave Cockrum  #Terry Austin  #Sabretooth  #MTA 
    johnbyrnedraws:

Misty Knight, Iron Fist and Colleen Wing by John Byrne & Terry Austin

    johnbyrnedraws:

    Misty Knight, Iron Fist and Colleen Wing by John Byrne & Terry Austin

    — 1 year ago with 154 notes
    #John Byrne  #Terry Austin  #misty knight  #Iron Fist  #colleen wing  #daughters of the dragon 
    Magneto by Byrne & Austin. From X-Men #113.

    Magneto by Byrne & Austin. From X-Men #113.

    — 1 year ago with 62 notes
    #John Byrne  #Terry Austin  #magneto  #original art 
    Detail from X-Men #141. Art by John Byrne and Terry Austin. Words by Chris Claremont.

    Detail from X-Men #141. Art by John Byrne and Terry Austin. Words by Chris Claremont.

    — 1 year ago with 53 notes
    #x-men  #John Byrne  #Chris Claremont  #Terry Austin 
    Fantastic Four by Bill Sienkiewicz and Terry Austin; published in Fantastic Four #224.

    Fantastic Four by Bill Sienkiewicz and Terry Austin; published in Fantastic Four #224.

    — 1 year ago with 341 notes
    #Bill Sienkiewicz  #Terry Austin  #Fantastic Four 

    Walter Simonson breakdowns and finished art for the X-Men/New Teen Titans comic, 1982. Inks by Terry Austin; Colors by Glynis Wein; Words by Chris Claremont; Lettering by Tom Orzechowski.

    The New Teen Titan was deemed “DC’s X-Men” for the way that it, too, dusted off adolescent characters from the 1960s, paired them with new members from faraway lands, and mined the cultural conflicts for melodrama—but it was also an undeniably well-done comic, and the first threat in a while to Marvel’s hype monopoly.

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    — 2 years ago with 145 notes
    #Walter Simonson  #X-Men  #Teen Titans  #Terry Austin  #Glynis Wein  #Chris Claremont  #Tom Orzechowski