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Stephen Segovia: Thor: The Deviants Saga #3 Cover (2012) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 06 OCT 2012

Issue 3 of Thor: The Deviants Saga now has us right in the middle of a fantastic story, with Thor invading Lemuria, the home of the entire Deviant race, as things get out of hand when Deviant turns against Deviant, not to mention the return of Gilgamesh, perhaps better known as the Forgotten One!

Robert Rodi is behind the keyboard for this one, whilst Jason Paz and Jeff Huet provide the inks for penciller Stephen Segovia’s fantastic visuals. And of course, what is a comic book without a great cover?

This electrifying pounding is dished out courtesy of Stephen Segovia who obviously had far too much time on his hands!

Stephen Segovia: Thor: The Deviants Saga #1 Cover (2012) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 14 JUL 2012

2012 kicked off with Issue 1 of the 5 part Marvel miniseries Thor: The Deviants Saga, which arrived with the following synopsis: The ageless enemies of the eternals turn on Asgard! Beneath the ruins of Asgard, the Deviant villainess Ereshkigal seeks a mystic means of saving her race from extinction – and finds instead a weapon capable of dissolving all reality. With the Eternals who would oppose her mysteriously vanished, Thor stands alone to stop the entire Deviant race from dominating the world!

With Robert Rodi handling the writing duties and Jason Paz the inks, it was left up to penciller Stephen Segovia to whip up this fantastic, electrifying and powerful cover image of everyone’s favorite Asgardian son, Thor!

Mat Broome: The End League #2 Cover (2008) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 26 MAY 2012

2008 saw Dark Horse and writer Rick Remender team up with penciller Mat Broome and inker Sean Parsons to deliver stellar The End League superhero saga. Issue 2 shipped with the following synopsis:

Lobotomized and insane with rage, Thor returns from the dead with one goal-the annihilation of his former teammates. The fate of the world once again rests on the shoulders of The Miraculous Astonishman, the only man living with the power to stop a God of Thunder gone mad. Meanwhile, the mysterious man known only as Black uncovers the truth behind mastermind Dead Lexington’s renewed interest in the demise of the last remaining heroes on Earth.

For the cover, Mat whipped up this stunning piece of art, depicting a furious Thunder God out to cause all sorts of havoc – and with only a single hero to block his path!