Posts Tagged ‘Alex Maleev


Like brothers

Thread painting by me of Alex Maleev art. Foggy is mad enough at Matt to choke him.

This is a panel from one of my favorite comic book scenes.  Foggy and Matt are downstairs in the basement gym, talking first about how Matt has suddenly been hunted down by the latest damsel in distress that he saved.  A gorgeous woman comes in to talk to Matt, and he realizes that she’s the same one he saved (while dressed as DD) from a speeding truck.  Thing is, she’s blind, too, and he can’t put her off from recognizing him as the same guy like he can with sighted people.  She asks him out on a date, very forward and confident person that she is.  This leaves Matt in a daze, (partly because she just smells so damn good)and Foggy takes him downstairs for a man-to-man talk, and in the course of that conversation, feels like he could just strangle Matt for being a fool.  Foggy makes the pretend gesture behind Matt’s back, and of course Matt catches him.  Just the look on these two makes me laugh everytime I see this panel.

Story by Brian Bendis, art by Alex Maleev. Thread painting by me, approximately 5 inches x 5 inches.  Part of my “Nelson & Murdock” panel.


DD Volume 2, issue #26

One of my Daredevil art quilts, featuring the cover of DD #26, art by Alex Maleev.

A small art quilt panel I did of the cover to Daredevil #26, Volume 2, by Alex Maleev.  I was lucky to have bought the background fabric in 2000, part of a Y2K line of fabric.  It has the World Trade Center towers in this print, to the left just above the radar circle, which is done with an organza overlay.  There are thirteen shades of red in DD’s costume.  I hand beaded the twisted fringe along the bottom. Click on this image to see the stitch detail more closely.


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