Sorry its not a comic artist love-fest in here today folks, but its not usually what I look at when the creative batteries are ebbing, as they have been the past few weeks. So, if you require your art to have any sort of guns, explosions or exaggeratedly proportioned ladies, you might want to step out.
This isn't an art analysis blog entry, just an appreciation of where modern illustration draws its composition from (or at least I seem to).
The first two are from the tremendous repertoire of Polish painter Edward Okun. The third painting is by the French artist and phenomenal costume designer of the early days of film, Manuel Orazi.