Ooof. Savages. Another Ken Kelly piece.
You've always got to worry about mobs with torches. Could use more pitchforks, though.
I'm really not quite sure what's going on here, but that's a pretty cool looking robot, the likes of which AD ASTRA could have plenty.
Gorilla vs leopard. Is this a great Tarzan-themed piece of work, or what?
I don't have a lot of pictures of water demons with bikini-clad scuba divers, but... that's really kind of a shame, isn't it?
Although in general, I tend to dislike proliferation of undead that are all basically the same, this picture really kind of is asking to have some unique story. I think it's probably a Nizrekh Immortal, honestly.
Modern people with prehistoric animals—that's the kind of adventure I wish there'd be more of.
There's a lot of distinctiveness on how the Red Men of Barsoom have been illustrated, from really, really red to just kind of olive-toned. The description of them suggests that they are copper-skinned, and compares them to the Injuns, so this is probably the most accurate, really. Also, they took the description of the zitidars as "mastodonian" pretty literally and made them have a trunk and elephant-like head. I took that merely to mean that they were really big; kind of a more colorful version of the adjective elephantine.
I actually posted a different version of this same picture recently; a Horseclans chief with their sabertooths.
Sometimes there's a tendency to want to make Medusa pretty; but this is almost certainly more likely, given that she was supposed to be so hideous that she turned people to stone. That's mostly been reimagined as some kind of laser attack firing out of her eyes in many iterations of the story.
Old school Brontosaurus. I miss him sometimes!