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10 Pieces Of Morbius Fan Art That Are Ferocious | CBR - CBR - Comic Book Resources

There was a time that Morbius was a little known rogue within Spider-man's rogue gallery, a vampire, writers would use whenever they wanted to tell a horror-based story. As time has gone on, he's been able to get his own solo series, as well as an upcoming movie with Jared Leto as the star.

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It's a well deserved as the character has a very tragic backstory, one that when done right, leads to a flawed antihero people can relate to. That seems to be what the movie is going for. The fan art below, however, will focus on the horror aspects of the character, making him look as frightening as possible.


10 Back To The Nineties

Fanart encompasses all forms of artists, some part-time professionals, some just doodlers who only draw in their free time and others, it's comic book artists themselves. That's the case with Ed McGuinness, an artist best known for his work on Superman, Hulk, and Deadpool.  He has such a love for the character, that he made this piece, harkening back to the days of the 90s Spider-man cartoon. The details are exactly what you'd expect from a man who broke into the comic industry.

9 Raining Blood

When you think of vampires, bloody mouths are most often associated with them.  Ymirr does a fantastic job of integrating a vampires need for blood into not only his blood-stained lips but the pouring liquid behind him. It gives the feeling that he's just ascended into being immortal some form of ritual. The extended blood talons is another incredible touch, making it seem like he can siphon a creature's blood in through more than his mouth.


8 Eyes Of A Demon

Your eyes are instantly drawn to the deep red eyes that look like pools of blood. They lack any sort of iris and are surrounded by eyelids that have been dead for centuries. Chimeraic does a fantastic job of the shading to Morbius skin tone, going beyond just making him simply a pale man, and managing to have him look like he's a corpse.

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This is no more noticeable than his severed nose, having the pale and sickly skin on the outside while having the same deadened appearance on the inside.

7 Shark Teeth

Few images capture the sharpened fangs of a vampire quite as well as Joemdavis does here. Morbius's teeth look like they could do more than simply leave two holes in your neck. They look like they could tear out your entire neck, leaving nothing more than a gaping hole behind. The image makes Morbius look regal as well, more of a Dracula than a bloodthirsty beast that can barely control it's urges.


6 One With Blood

This look is very unique, one in the bottom right making Morbius look like he's a blood mage rather than a vampire. The way his eyes glow red, along with the blood floating above his arms, is a great look. It makes him look just as intimidating as others on this list, only in a different way, less monster and more ancient creature of power. Ananovik really does a nice job of capturing a different mood in each of the images, from calm and collected to inquisitive and observant. They help show the differing ways Morbius has been written in the past.

5 Fear

The way Morbius's face is sunken in around his mouth is creepy, especially with the chunks of skin missing. With how it's shaded, Rocknarat makes it look like Morbius doesn't even have cheeks, nothing more than empty space there now. Coloring and the aforementioned shading, make his entire face seem like a skull, no skin present at all.

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Even the teeth look bone-like, stuck right into his skull rather than through gums. Add in the white overcoat and you could picture him as a crazed villain in a horror movie.


4 Shadow Lord

Morbius looks like he's the alpha of all vampires in this art, the high ruling body to their entire society. His face is one that belies both an age and wisdom, a creature who's seen empires rise and fall. With the way his eyes are glancing sideways, it feels like he's listening to an underling give a report, one he's none too pleased with. In fact, he looks ready to kill the message bearer. The coolest part is the way Alecyl has his entire body is dissipating into shadows as if he were made of smoke. It really gives the impression that he has more power than we could hope to ever comprehend.

3 Pure Terror

This might be the most frightening image of Morbius, and it's not just because he's feasting on some poor woman's neck. It's the way he looks, skin appearing like it's decaying, cracks shown around his nose and forehead. It isn't just his face either, his fingers are spindly, with nails sharp enough to tear through flesh like it were paper. The fact he's tearing into a victim is just icing on the cake, just as the blood ocean backdrop is. Combined, it adds up to a beautiful piece by Bohy, one that would make an incredible poster.


2 Mastermind

The art by Matthew Losure may do the best job of showing the level of intelligence that Morbius has. Despite being eternally hungry, he isn't some mindless idiot who attacks victims without a plan in place. He can be very calculated, he was a scientist after all, and in most cases, he never wants to kill anyone. That's shown in full here, Morbius looking completely in control of himself, analyzing the situation that he's in. His eyes are piercing, face sunken in like someone who's been malnourished.

1 Untamed

This portrayal of Morbius, the living vampire, is perfect for a horror story, looking completely unhinged and horrific. He looks like he'd feast on an entire town if he wasn't stopped by a hero like Spider-Man. From the way his clothing is ripped, it seems he might already be in a tussle with a protector of the people. Among vampire depictions (Morbius or otherwise), few truly capture the state of a hungry vampire as well as uncannyknack. It's a frightening sight to behold and one he should be incredibly proud of.

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