For a comprehensive gallery of all of the images featured on Chasing Amazing, along with other cool visuals I stumble upon while surfing the internet, be sure to follow my Pinterest page. Here are some visuals from my Humberto Ramos Spider-Man Art page which are all images illustrated by Ramos in Spider-Man comics and associated titles and spin-offs:
New Issues: Amazing Spider-Man #672 and a Modern Classic
Superior Spider-Man #24 and Superior Plotting
New Issues: Amazing Spider-Man #700 and Peter Parker No More
New Issues: Amazing Spider-Man #679-680
The Hunger and Paul Jenkins Saves Venom
For more images from my Humberto Ramos Spider-Man art gallery, click here
Sadly, Ramos is one of the only things keeping me *away* from Amazing right now. I just really do not care for his art. He’s got a great sense of how to stage his pages (illustrated here) and his monsters like Venom, Tarantula, and Hobgoblin are pretty awesome, but I can’t stand his cartoonishly plastic faces (the cover of Amazing #1 V3, ugh) and posturing. He only seems capable of two or three different poses – there’s a cringe-worthy game you can play with any of his splash pages pointing out how many people share identical poses and faces. One on hand he’s great at conveying action and chaos with lots of detail, on the other hand it really breaks down when you look at it closely.
Normally I wouldn’t senselessly gripe, but it just finally occurred to me that he is the element actively preventing me from reconnecting with Spidey.