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March 14, 2013

Sean Hartter & Entertainment Weekly Team Up To Imagine The Future Of Iron Man & Disney After The Great Merger

Damn it feels good to see people up on it! Yup, I just quoted Puff Dady right there... and my words couldn't ring much truer. I have been extolling the virtues of the very talented artist Sean Hartter right here on CCD since way back in September 2010, and have developed an excellent relationship with the man that will finally come full circle when we team up for the CCD/Hartter booth at the 2013 NY Comic Con. So imagine how happy I was to get a message on Facebook from my buddy Sean providing me with a link to Entertainment Weekly's website, where he created 9 images for an online article by Geoff Boucher about the future of Iron Man after the great merger between Marvel and Disney. Boucher does a great job proposing some excellent team ups for Tony Stark to join Disney properties, and Sean uses his unique photo manipulation style of art to make these possible collabos come to life. There are 9 pieces created for the article, and they are exclusive to Entertainment Weekly online, so click here to see them in all their splendor. My personal fave is the Wizard of Oz and Tron mashups... and the Herbie the Love Bug one is classic! Good to see my man Sean getting some mainstream recognition from a big publication like Entertainment Weekly, and I wish him all the best in all his future endeavors. The guy has got talent, and talent goes a long way. Can't wait for October to expose all of NYC to his wonderful artwork....


  1. Holy crap. That is so cool. Your site seem to be the conduit to success.

    1. I wouldn't go that far Kal... Sean had a huge following long before I posted his stuff, and I have posted a ton of his shit... but so have many, many other sites and his awesome artwork and dedication to getting things done quickly and efficiently have everything to do with his overwhelming success!!! I do know one thing though, and that is we are gonna help Sean take over NYC good & proper at this years 2013 NY Comic Con!!!!!!!

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    1. No, No, No... Thank you, Mr. Acavano..... (do you know the line Sean? Comes from an 80s comedy with Danny DeVito & Joe Piscapo)