1. jsarevisited:

alternateworldcomics:

Will Eisner’s the Spirit and Ellen Dolan.

    jsarevisited:

    alternateworldcomics:

    Will Eisner’s the Spirit and Ellen Dolan.

  2. (Source: alterneaze)

  3. chrissamnee:

    ungoliantschilde:

    the Spirit, by John Paul Leon.

    Oh, JPL, I do love you so

    It’s funny. While I consider that Will Eisner’s is the only real Spirit, I also really love what other artists do with the character - but in an homage, exercice de style kind of way. Like, show me you understand graphic storytelling well enough to tell a Spirit story or three.

  4. signalwatch:

I remember seeing this image in a Bud Plant catalog circa 1986, and was deeply frustrated afterward at my inability to find any of these “Spirit” comics.  Upon reflection, I am unsure why I didn’t just order them out of the catalog.  Maybe the price point.  Maybe because I was used to checking out the product before buying.
I don’t think I read any Spirit comics until around 2002.  And then they totally lived up to the hype. 
spaceshiprocket:

Will Eisner

    signalwatch:

    I remember seeing this image in a Bud Plant catalog circa 1986, and was deeply frustrated afterward at my inability to find any of these “Spirit” comics.  Upon reflection, I am unsure why I didn’t just order them out of the catalog.  Maybe the price point.  Maybe because I was used to checking out the product before buying.

    I don’t think I read any Spirit comics until around 2002.  And then they totally lived up to the hype. 

    spaceshiprocket:

    Will Eisner

  5. thebristolboard:

Original splash page by John Paul Leon from The Spirit #16, published by DC Comics, September 2011.

    thebristolboard:

    Original splash page by John Paul Leon from The Spirit #16, published by DC Comics, September 2011.

  6. idwcomics:

The Rocketeer & The Spirit: Pulp Friction #4 SUB Cover by Chris Samnee

    idwcomics:

    The Rocketeer & The Spirit: Pulp Friction #4 SUB Cover by Chris Samnee

  7. oeming:

This SPIRIT page may be the most favorite thing I’ve ever drawn. It was an honor to write and draw this.

This page reminds me of a sequence in Give’em Hell Malone.

    oeming:

    This SPIRIT page may be the most favorite thing I’ve ever drawn. It was an honor to write and draw this.

    This page reminds me of a sequence in Give’em Hell Malone.

  8. brianmichaelbendis:

The Spirit: The New Adventures #1 (“Force of Arms” - Kitchen Sink Press - March 1998)
Writer: Alan MooreIllustrator: Dave Gibbons

    brianmichaelbendis:

    The Spirit: The New Adventures #1 (“Force of Arms” - Kitchen Sink Press - March 1998)

    Writer: Alan Moore
    Illustrator: Dave Gibbons

    (Source: coolpages)

  9. terrymooreart:

new art: The Spirit meets SiP.

    terrymooreart:

    new art: The Spirit meets SiP.

  10. browsethestacks:

The Spirit Vs. The Rocketeer By Darwyn Cooke And J. Bone
Via ComicsAlliance

    browsethestacks:

    The Spirit Vs. The Rocketeer
    By Darwyn Cooke And J. Bone

    Via ComicsAlliance

  11. colbyaddison:

The Spirit #4 by Darwyn Cooke

    colbyaddison:

    The Spirit #4
    by
    Darwyn Cooke

  12. mckelvie:

Whoaaaa best birthday present.

    mckelvie:

    Whoaaaa best birthday present.

  13. btolsen:

From The Spirit #14 (July 2011).

    btolsen:

    From The Spirit #14 (July 2011).

  14. colsmi:

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    The 2013 One-Shot of Dean Motter’s Mister X kicks off with a fond homage to what’s probably my favourite-ever splash page, from The Spirit of March 24, 1946, by, of course, Will Eisner and his studio. That Radiant City might have begun as a suburb of Central City is an intriguing idea ….

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  15. ilovecomiccovers:

The Spirit by Paul Rivoche.

    ilovecomiccovers:

    The Spirit by Paul Rivoche.