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Who needs to hit Comic-Con to find talented comic art?

Jamie Tyndall, artist by day...and probably artist by night. While browsing the Web, I came across his illustration of Wonder Woman on the front cover of Rolling Stone Magazine. At first glance, it looks real, which was enough to pull me in and find more.

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Tyndall's innspirations come from by Michael Turner, Jim Lee, Mark Silvestri and J. Scott Campbell. He pencils, inks and colours comic book artwork out of Marine del Rey, CA.

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Here's a glimpse of his artwork


  • Mike 4 years ago

    gotta say I swore the Rolling Stone cover was real too!

  • A 4 years ago

    Ugh. Looks like someone wants their librarian/superheroine/rock star fetish to come true.

  • Jamie Tyndall 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for featuring my artwork on your blog. I really appreciate it.

    I have since done another Wonder Woman Rolling Stone "cover" (

    Recently I've been working on some pieces based on artwork for the movie Sucker Punch. The costumes and characters for that movie are so much fun to draw.

    Thanks again for spreading the word.


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