Mark another one down for Twitter. By way of a retweet (when someone you follow let's you see a tweet from someone you DON'T follow because they liked it/thought it was awful) I happened upon the art of one Agnes Garbowska. The tweet said "DC's Bad Kitties" so I obviously had to look at the link. It eventually led me to this gem.
Now, Catwoman isn't much of a space traveler as you can tell by the expression on her face but Dex-Starr looks to be having the time of his life. And how kind of him to shield her from the harshness of space by forming his Red Lantern energy around her.
This was so great I had to see what else Agnes had up her sleeve. I was scantly prepared for what awaited me.
"Hi, my name is Wolverine. I'm going to spill your guts on the floor with my bare claws. What? What are you laughing at? Don't pinch my cheeks! Who do you think you are bub!?!"
*falls down dead*
Besides creating about a gazillion adorable commissions and other works of art, Agnes has written a book, done some work for Marvel and just recently started her own (you guessed it) adorable webcomic. You, Me and Zombie is her all-ages zombie book which you can read more about here and her most recent work for Marvel was in issue #1 of Girl Comics.
The webcomic is called Waking Up Abbey and has one of the most genius premises I've heard in a while. A young girl wakes up one morning to discover she now has the ability where things stick to her like glue. All well and good, albeit a little cluttered after a while, until she wakes up the next day and has a completely different power, same the day after that and the day after that, etc. Please, everyone, if you don't already know her work take a few minutes and go check this stuff out, you won't be sorry.
P.S. Did I mention this is my first "The Nerdy Bird Adores" in a year?? Why didn't someone get on me about this? :P