Jun 1, 2011

Escher in Comics

Greetings, loyal Cubers, and welcome to the index for Escher in Comics! MC Escher (1898-1972) was a Dutch graphic artist that was known for tessellations, optical illusions, and mathematical pictures. In this feature, we show some comics that use the techniques he was known for using.

1. George Perez's WONDER WOMAN #7

2. Steve Bissette's TALES OF THE UNCANNY

3. Jim Aparo's SECRET ORIGINS #10: PHANTOM STRANGER



4. Marcos Martin's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #655

5. J.H. Williams III's PROMETHEA #15

6. Jade and Obsidian vs. Mr. McEscher, SHOWCASE '93

7. Mike Allred's X-FORCE #123

8. CAPTAIN AMERICA CORPS, AGE OF THE SENTRY, JLA/JSA: VIRTUE AND VICE, and AVENGERS FOREVER

9. Killoffer in OUBAPO

10. Gabriel Rodriguez in LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND

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