Artist Spotlight:Mahmud A. Asrar

Published on October 12th, 2011

If your going to New York Comic Con this weekend, make sure to stop by and check out  Mahmud A. Asrar. Take a look at his amazing artwork over at Artist Alley table V17. You may know his work for Dynamo 5 and Star Wars Jedi -The Dark Side. You also may have seen his artwork last month in the amazing Supergirl number 1 for more on that book check out Susan’s review.


Recently, Asrar has been posting early New York Comic Con pre-show commissions, and I can’t stop and looking and falling in love with his artwork more every time. I think the man is amazing. I, myself am not a big fan of the Steampunk look, but there’ something amazing about how does it. Check out the following steampunk versions of Red Monika, Batgirl (Stephanie Brown), and Supergirl.



I know a lot of fanboys and some fangirls think that J. Scott Campbell and Michael Turner are the best around at drawing the female form. In my opinion, I think Mahmud A. Asrar is one of the best comic book artists. He understands what drawing a sexy woman should look like and does not make them look anorexic. Personally, I am a big fan of Jean Grey, aka Phoenix, from the X-Men comics after I saw these commission I was blown away is not just his line work it also his use of  colors. That really make an impact in is artwork.


I don’t have a sketch or commission from Mahmud A. Asrar.  I would love to have some original art from this amazingly talented artist, and if you like his artwork make sure to check out Supergirl #2, as it come out next week (October 19, 2011). You can get it at your local comic shop or read a digital version over at In case you missed Supergirl #1 is  available over at Do yourself a favor and pick up this absolutely fabulous looking book! Oh yeah, the story is not bad by the way.


If you would like to see more of  Mahmud A. Asrar, make sure to add him as friend on facebook. Also, check out his official websiteTo the people that have one of his commissions, I hate you. Okay, not really, but you are lucky, because you own some gorgeous artwork.


Simon Daoudi