Yesterday we were treated to a captivating master class on comic book covers from a true visionary of his craft, Neal Adams, and now here's the conclusion of that fascinating sit-down with the Eisner Award-winning artist.
From Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow to the X-Men, Conan, Dracula, the Spectre, Man-Thing, and legions more, Adams brought a punctuated personality to any superhero or supervillain he ever put pencils to. His evocative covers are some of the most collectible and memorable in the comic book universe, and we've assembled 25 classics for the indefatigable innovator to discuss.
Adams has been conjuring up these vibrant covers for 50 years, most recently with his new Deadman mini-series, returning to his roots, to the character of Boston Brand, since first drawing him back in 1967. It's as impressive a resume as one can attain in a lifetime, and he's still going strong today!
Pull up a chair and let's plunge into the second half of this impressive gathering of stunning covers as SYFY WIRE sits down with the native New Yorker to learn the secrets behind the birth of these amazing artworks, direct from the mind of the master.
Here's Part 2 of this exclusive exploration. Absorb them all, then tell us which of Adams' covers strike you as exquisite examples of the art!
The list below starts at #14; click here to check out #1-13 from Part 1 of our interview.