comic art by Kim DeMulder

Kim DeMulder had an early love for drawing pictures. In junior high, he found out that he could impress other guys by drawing naked girls and thus avoid getting beaten up. After attending the Joe Kubert School of Art in Dover, DeMulder started his art career in the fall of 1979. Since then, he's drawn a few thousand comic book pages and hundreds of illustrations for titles such as 'Swamp Thing', 'Transformers' and 'Klyde and Meriem Cavewoman'. Some of his influences include Frank Frazetta, Alex Raymond and Hal Foster among many others.

Klyde Meriem, by Kim De Mulder

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