Saturday, August 24, 2013


Sometimes you stumble across a portfolio where the artist only has a couple of comic based pieces, other times there can be just one work so brilliant, you'd risk being stoned to death by fellow art lovers for putting something else beside it. These are Random Works of Wow and illustrating the point this week is TEWSR with the Marvel men fighting over one of the Fantastic Four (no, it's not Johnny).

From Sue's handbag dog to Thor striking Loki on the knocker, everytime I think I'm done looking at this piece something else pulls me back in. Who would've thought the Invisible Woman would have all the males in the Marvel Universe fight over her see-through curves?

A graffiti artist by trade, TEWSR is welcome to paint this image (or one like it) on my house anytime.

 What do you think?  Sound off below. View more Random Works of Wow here or to see more of TEWSR's art, click here.


  1. Ha ha! That artwork is weird, but in a good way. Sue's goodies haven't that had this much attention since her peek-a-boo costume days form the early 90's.

  2. My good friend John is going to LOVE this! He posts regularly on my FF forum as 'Sue Storm Lover' and absolutely adores Sue [he should; hes been reading the FF for an amazing 48 years, that must be a record of some sorts] and is always campaigning for her to go back to her original Invisible Girl name.

  3. Thanks for the comments guys! Dale I have an interview with Paul Ryan I'm just formating, where I ask him about that costume design of his you're talking about. I hope to have it up by Wednesday so hope you enjoy it!

    Karl, I hope John likes it too. Question; apart from a couple of X-Men, Iron Man and Galactus, everyone appears with their most famous foe. That said, is Thing the orange part between Doom and Ben's well-known rival The Hulk you reckon, or is it something else? My old eyes can't tell!

  4. Gosh I cant tell, eyes aint all that good either[!]

    Can I ask you how you managed to get an interview with Paul Ryan? I mentioned previously how much I liked his FF work in the 90s, and often wondered what happened to him after he left; hope youll be asking him plenty of FF-related questions!

  5. Hey Karl, Paul and I have been talking for a few weeks now and I just asked if he'd mind answering five questions as part of my On The Five interview series. He said yes amazingly and that led me to the hard part, chosing from his massive career what five things to ask!

    He read the post Artists We Need More of: Paul Ryan where I mentioned what he is doing now, so he probably read your comments about him on that post too. All I can say is he is incredibly humble, centred and one of the nicest pros and even celebrities I've ever dealt with.

    Hope you enjoy the interview later this week.

  6. Man, I stared at that until my eyes watered. I can't tell if it's the Thing either. Very cool picture. Whacky art. I'm not sure if I'd like it if they hadn't paired off the heroes and villains, but that just made it that much more fun. Put a little oomph to the story. I wonder if his neck hurt after drawing it.

  7. Likewise Random. Humour like Wolverine a.d Sabretooth wolf ehistling Sue, to twisted things like the Red Skull saluting her, it all adds to the pick. What lady doesn't want Galactus to offer her the moon? ;-)

  8. He'd better be if he's going to eat the world, right? ;)

  9. Anonymous5:46 am

    Don't know when this was originally posted, but I bet I can get the answer to your question as the artist is my nephew. When this work was first showcased at The Hive Gallery in Los Angeles his Grandparents (Capt America & Batman), aunt (Spidey) and friend (Iron Man) all came to the opening dressed as their favorite superhero just to embarrass, him.

    Aunt Spidey

  10. Thanks for the back story Aunt Spidey! I think if I was ever in a similar position those closest to me would show support in equal ways. I'm glad his art is getting showcased - there is a lot of talent there!!

    Cheers for stopping by.