Ninjabot's Origins Series

Posted by Grey Sunday, May 12, 2013

Relive the greatest moments of your favorite comic book icons' origins with Ninjabot's awesome "Origins" series. 


Right at the opening of their critically acclaimed 2005 twelve-issue comic book series "All-Star Superman," writer extraordinaire Grant Morrison and his equally well-regarded partner-in-crime, artist Frank Quitely wowed every one with their four panel treatment of the classic origin of Superman. In summary, the four panels were indicative of both the power of the cultural icon and minimalism itself.

Now active at the ever-powerful Kickstarter, NinjaBot's "Origins" series has been a roaring success with even more prints unlocked as a part of their unlock campaign as we speak. Pondering if you should join in on the action? Hit the jump to check out these awesome prints that drew on the one moment or element of the iconic superhero or villain you are familiar with in one hell of an astonishing minimalist display.

The Last Son
Rose Alley
#214782
 20 Ingram St.
 Amazon - Silver

Emerald Knight
Jötunn
 Red Room
 The Other Guy
 The Prodigal Son
 The Weapon
 Three of a Kind

Source: O R I G I N Series - Art Prints by Ninjabot by Ninjabot — Kickstarter via Blurppy




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