Artist Elias Chatzoudis Delivers A Halloween Treat Of Spooky Pin-Ups That Includes Scooby Doo’s Daphne And Velma!
Artist Elias Chatzoudis has made sure that the kids aren’t the only ones having fun by treating fans to several Halloween themed pin-ups!
This Halloween, comic industry cover artist Elias Chatzoudis has made sure that the kids aren’t the only ones having fun, providing a few treats in the form of several holiday themed pin-ups!
A seasoned artist, Chatzoudis has provided covers for numerous books from various publishers, including Dynamite Entertainment’s Red Sonja: Age of Chaos, Zenoscope Entertainment’s Van Helsing, and IDW’s G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
This past month, following in the tradition of artists challenging themselves to produce a piece a day throughout October, Chatzoudis treated readers to a month-long stream of Halloween themed pin-ups.
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In one, the Wicked Witch of the West sits upon her throne, guarded by one of her signature flying monkeys:
Another features a demon girl with wardrobe-sizing troubles:
Chatzoudis even paid homage to the queens of solving mystery themselves, Scooby-Doo’s Velma Dinkley and Daphne Blake:
Another shows Zenscope’s Mary Medina carving up a couple of pumpkins.
Chatzoudis even shared a pinup from Elvira Mistress of the Dark #1.
When not providing gorgeous cover art for professionally published books, Chatzoudis also illustrates fan art commissions of characters from a wide variety of properties, ranging from video games, to comics, to film.
Pieces in his expansive and colorful gallery include pin-up style drawings of Bowsette, the popular Super Mario fan-character born from speculation on how the Super Crown power-up would work if used by Bowser:
Star Wars’ Rey, in an appearance inspired by her Dark Side appearance in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker:
And Marvel’s Royal Ladies of the Inhuman court, Crystal and Medusa.
One of Chatzoudis’ latest pieces, the cover to Ablaze’s The Cimmerian: The Frost-Giant’s Daughter #2, is a particular favorite among Bounding Into Comics staff: