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The Thing by John Byrne. 2010.
John wrote this about the drawing above:

Almost as a Zen exercise, I continue my quest to find a really monstrous version of the Thing, without losing his familiar “Thingness”. Thinking here again of how the character looked when he first became “rocky” under the inks of “George Bell” (George Roussos)

The Thing by John Byrne. 2010.

John wrote this about the drawing above:

Almost as a Zen exercise, I continue my quest to find a really monstrous version of the Thing, without losing his familiar “Thingness”. Thinking here again of how the character looked when he first became “rocky” under the inks of “George Bell” (George Roussos)

Batman #401 cover by John Byrne. 1986.

Fantastic Four #239, page 14 by John Byrne. 1982.

Fantastic Four #239, page 14 by John Byrne. 1982.

Jack Kirby’s Fourth World #1, pages 12 & 13 by John Byrne. 1997.

Jack Kirby’s Fourth World #1, pages 12 & 13 by John Byrne. 1997.

Alpha Flight #27, page 22 by John Byrne & Keith Williams & Andy Yanchus. 1985.

Wolverine by John Byrne. 1978.

Wolverine by John Byrne. 1978.

X-Men #124, page 6 by John Byrne & Terry Austin & Glynis Wein. 1979.

She-Hulk - A series of commissions by John Byrne. 2008.

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Wonder Woman #101, page 4 by John Byrne & Trish Mulvihill. 1995.

Fantastic Four #292, page 7 by John Byrne & Al Gordon. 1986.

Fantastic Four #292, page 7 by John Byrne & Al Gordon. 1986.

Frankenstein Jr. & Buzz Conroy by John Byrne. 2012.
John Byrne wrote on his forum:

Doing something like FRANKENSTEIN JR or THE HERCULOIDS would be an interesting experiment. Those were out of my “age range”, so I have no emotional connection to them at all. And, as I have noted before, I have often done some of my best work when there is no emotional connection, and it’s all about the WORK.

45 minutes later he posted the image seen here.

Frankenstein Jr. & Buzz Conroy by John Byrne. 2012.

John Byrne wrote on his forum:

Doing something like FRANKENSTEIN JR or THE HERCULOIDS would be an interesting experiment. Those were out of my “age range”, so I have no emotional connection to them at all. And, as I have noted before, I have often done some of my best work when there is no emotional connection, and it’s all about the WORK.

45 minutes later he posted the image seen here.

Next Men #19 cover by John Byrne & Matt Webb. 1993.

Alpha Flight #14, page 21 by John Byrne. 1984.

Alpha Flight #14, page 21 by John Byrne. 1984.

Wolverine by John Byrne. 1976.

Wolverine by John Byrne. 1976.

Action Comics #584, page 17 by John Byrne & Dick Giordano. 1987.

Action Comics #584, page 17 by John Byrne & Dick Giordano. 1987.