Each week we search for the coolest comic book art that you won't see in actual comics. The reason you won't is because artist often draw sketches for fun or commissions and post them on their websites, blogs, and Tumblrs. Some artists even pre-arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out.
Ryan Ottley posted a Rocket and Groot sketch on his Tumblr. He's also putting some art up for sale there. Rod Reis posted this Man-Thing sketch on his Tumblr. Mike Henderson posted a bunch of warm-up sketches on his Instagram page. Kris Anka posted a sketch of Evan on his Tumblr. He also posted a Captain America pic that was going to be used for a Sideshow Collectibles premium figure. Philip Tan posted more sketches on his Facebook page. Marcus To posted some commissions from earlier this year on his Tumblr along with some recent sketches he's been working on. Brett Booth has been posting sketches on his Twitter page recently instead of his blog. Here's some that we missed recently. Yildiray Cinar posted a Death of the Endless pic on his Instagram page. Peter Nguyen posted a Rocket Raccoon sketch on his Tumblr. He's not sure if he'll get around to finishing it. Mike McKone posted some recent commissions on his Twitter page and Instagram. Peter Krause posted a sketch of Superman and Batman on his Twitter page. Daniel HDR posted this sketch on his Tumblr. You can also see step by step process pics along with his commission info for New York ComicCon Todd Nauck posted a Veronica and Betty pic he did for fun at SDCC on his Tumblr. Someone bought it right away. Michael Walsh is getting ready for FanExpo and posted a couple prints, on his Tumblr, he'll have for sale at the show. Patrick Zircher posted a Shazam! sketch on his Twitter page. Bill Walko posted a bunch of commissions he did at Connecticut ComicCONN and Boston Comic Con on his Tumblr. Joel Gomez posted a couple sketches on his Tumblr. Denis Medri posted a 1920s Cap and Wolverine commission on his Deviant Art page. Francesco Francavilla posted some new art on his Tumblr. Kenneth Rocafort posted some concept designs on his Twitter. Not exactly sure if he's doing them for fun or for another purpose. Skottie Young posted some new art on his site as well as a video after getting challenged for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. You can donate yourself without the "challenge" by going to ALSA.org.
That's it for this week. Which ones did you especially enjoy? We'll be back next time with more awesome art.