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SETH ANDREW JACOB

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astronomicalwonders:

A Storm of Stars in the Trifid Nebula
A storm of stars is brewing in the Trifid nebula, as seen in this view from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE. The stellar nursery, where baby stars are bursting into being, is the yellow-and-orange object dominating the picture. Yellow bars in the nebula appear to cut a cavity into three sections, hence the name Trifid nebula.
The blue stars scattered around the picture are older, and they lie between Earth and the Trifid nebula. The baby stars in the Trifid will eventually look similar to those foreground stars. The red cloud at upper right is gas heated by a group of very young stars. The Trifid nebula is located 5,400 light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Hubble
transmissionsgeekroom:

When the well dries up there’s always the Spider Slayer to fall back on.

Amazing Spider-Man #167, April 1977
Ross Andru and Len Wein
brianmichaelbendis:

Moon Knight #26 cover by Bill Sienkiewicz
failed-mad-scientist:

Magneto - Paolo Rivera
ramonvillalobos:

After the glow, the scene, the stage, the set…
transmissionsgeekroom:

The final act for Harvey Norton.

2001: A Space Odyssey #6, May 1977
Jack Kirby
kurtbusiek:

One of the (secondary) influences on ASTRO CITY 11. I liked those guys so much I wanted to do more like it…
dio-03:

centroversal:

This City, This Fire pg 8. Art by dio-03 // Words by Jakob Free.
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failed-mad-scientist:

Storm - Francesco Francavilla
bear1na:

Doop #1 by Adi Granov
alexhchung:

The Dark Knight Returns Batman by Chris Burnham.Comikaze 2013.Page 84 of Alex Chung’s convention sketchbook.