Bloody Conan and The Beloved Superheroes: Comic Illustrations by Mahmud Asrar – Design You Trust

Bloody Conan and The Beloved Superheroes: Comic Illustrations by Mahmud Asrar

Mahmud Asrar is a Turkish comics artist who has worked on such “flagships” of DC and Marvel as Justice League of America, Supergirl, X-Men, Avengers: The Initiative, She-Hulk and many others. The Conan series stands out in his portfolio – it was Asrar’s chopped-up and extremely dynamic drawing style that gave the comics about the legendary Cimmerian the necessary energy and power.

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