Marvel-Inspired Sketches From Richt Break the Norm

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 6, 2009 • References: &
The art throughout a comic book was always so fun to admire because of its larger-than-life concept. The good guys were handsome and ripped, the bad guys were ugly and even larger.

There are creations hiding in the pages that our reality could never produce.

This collection of Marvel-inspired sketches in the "Cottonmouth Collection," drawn and photographed by Richt (yes, one name... like God), is another break from the norm of our realm. There is a collective mix of characters and entities that make you gaze momentarily suspended in time in space.

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