I like to think of myself as a Neal Adams expert, but somehow I missed these groovy covers he did last year for a bunch of Marvel books.
The cover to Incredible Hulk #1 features ol' Greenskin bursting out of chains, an homage to Neal's Superman #233 cover? Whatever the case may be, it looks great.
This illustration was the variant cover to Amazing Spider-Man #667, but as Agent M Loves Tacos reported, it was also a poster for the Montreal Comic Con. Would hate to walk on the hockey rink after Johnny Storm flew by Spidey.
Here are the pencils. Interesting to see that the lines indicating speed and force were drawn using colors in the version above.
Punisher #1 also featured the second amendment's greatest advocate, Frank Castle, spewing down justice. Nice angle and action shot here.
Check out my article last year on Giant-Size Geek: Neal Adams Marvel Variant Covers: Captain America, Daredevil and Ghost Rider! You don't wanna miss it, true believer! Nuff Said.