Eric Hibbeler’s artwork can be described in one word: fun. It’s a throwback to Golden Age pulps, back when sci-fi and action/adventure were like chocolate and peanut butter, served together as a crowd-pleasing delight. His images vibrate with kinetic energy. Astronauts soar across space on cosmic mopeds (Space Tourist) and dive weightless through zero-G space stations (Tangerine Space Station). Spies fistfight above a fiery inferno (Man of Action: Act 3), and cowboys armed to the teeth face off against giant insectoid monsters that burst from the ground with the speed and power of a freight train.
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