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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- My Past Thrilling Confessions v1#11, 1950 - Getting married on a lark, Vera finds out her husband is a mean, physically abusive alcoholic. Wally Wood's crude renditions are not uncommon for this time period or this genre. He struggles with the basics
Panels from "Declaration" in Dark Reign: New Nation one-shot (February 2009), script by Brian Michael Bendis and Jonathan Hickman, pencils and inks by Stefano Caselli, colors by Daniele Rudoni, letters by Cory Petit
Left click to enlargeFirst off I thought I'd open up this posting with some awesome kick ass recently discovered art work that spans the Star Wars continuity between Rogue 1 and The Empire Strikes Back. Been looking for an excuse to post this stuff h
ohhicas:so tire Oh gosh, this is just an absolute delight! So cute and such beautiful colours, and this is a really enjoyable art style :)
Some thoughts on DuckTales and Back To The Future, out this week from IDW DuckTales #4 The adventures of Duckburg’s most famous citizens continue! First, Scrooge and company find themselves stuck in Happy, Happy Valley, [...]Some thoughts o
Legion of Super-Heroes v2 #276, 1981 - Traveling to a medieval-style planet, Legionnaires search for three missing surveyors from the United Planets. Steve Ditko handles the fantasy settings well, given his whimsical style. Some panels could have bee
As we saw yesterday, when you get yourself a J. M. DeMatteis comic, you don't merely get an exciting super-adventure, you get food for thought Sometimes even second helpings in the same story!: Panels from Marvel Team-Up (1972 series) #129 (May 1983)
That's our Sue!Pencils by Steve McNiven, inks by Mark Morales, colors by Morry Hollowell
From: New Adventures of Superboy #50 (February 1984), plus World's Finest Comics #285 (November 1982), The Superman Story (1983), and DC Comics Presents #67 (March 1984)After his last back-up story in 1981, Krypto stops appearing in New Adventures of
katzedecimal replied to your text post: Beppito Spazzagutti, P.I. betcha he rides around in a a Ferrari. I will literally pay DC money if they do that! Bonus points if he pretends hes on Miami Vice.
When the Runaways broke up, it was the end of an era. But the team members all had to go on with their lives in their own ways. For Molly Hayes, that meant living with her grandmother and moving forward as a relatively normal tween. Will she want to
Hogan's Heroes v1 #2, 1966 - Steve Ditko's work for Dell Comics was few and far between, but he did manage two issues for this 1960s television-based series. Although his style would seem well suited for it, the artist clearly struggles with the genr
1917 to 2017: 100 years of Kirby. Join us to celebrate Jack “King” Kirby’s 100th birthday by learning about the characters and stories he created that changed comics forever. To commemorate Jack’s centennial, w
Panels from Marvel Team-Up (1972 series) #129 (May 1983), script by J. M. DeMatteis, pencils by Kerry Gammill, inks by Mike Esposito, colors by Bob Sharen, letters by Diana Albers Nice, Spidey, nice! Now, put your (lack of money) where you (covered b
Some team-ups end at just the right time. Others leave you wanting more. Writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Joe Quinones have become the rare team that exists as both. When they concluded their collaboration on HOWARD THE DUCK, the timing proved perfect.
Dark Horse to Debut “Lone Wolf and Cub Gallery Edition” in 2018 Dark Horse to Debut “Lone Wolf and Cub Gallery Edition” in 2018   Kazuo Koike’s samurai epic Lone Wolf and Cub has long been co
littledozerdraws:hey hey, Flash is totally cool with Boomer being a brony. its alright. be friends. watch your fav cartoons together boys Beautiful work, and I just love this! You drew them so well and theyre both so expressive, but its good to know
Every Friday we use the powers of Marvel Unlimited to look back at the very first appearance of a major character, place, or object that made waves this week. Sam Wilson just can’t seem to catch a break. First he had to deal with bigots and
By Matthew PriceThe Oklahomans Matthew Price and Infinite Danger Room panelists Anthony Brown and Chris Borthick draft villain teams from the pages of DC Comics.Read more on NewsOK.com
Steve Ditko Micronauts v1annual #1, 1979 - Steve Ditko's unapologetically stiff drawings seem oddly appropriate for a series based on the Mego line of action figures. The artist's adherence to a strict nine panel grid on most pages make the annual's
DARK NIGHTS: METAL has raised some outstanding questions.
Beware the serpent-tongued words that tell you you are better than the others, not matter how much honey drips from it. Also, don't eat honey off of a serpent's tongue, okay? Yuck. Panels from The Forever People (1971 series) #3 (June-July 1971), sc
Time for more "man-on-animal action" in this week's Friday Night Fights. Or, to be more precise, woman-on-polar bear action!!We begin with a scene not quite as dramatic as this......but c'mon, any scene with Black Canary parachuting in is pretty cool
Dark Horse announces 2018 Free Comic Book Day Gold Offering:Featuring Blizzard Entertainment's "Overwatch" and Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston's "Black Hammer"Visit your local comic shop on May 5, 2018 for Free Comic Book Day 2018! Dark Horse Comics is
I know that Mystery Inc are brilliant detectives, but who knew their reputation extended into the 31st century? Theyre certainly surprised when three teenagers from the future show up. Suitably convinced theyre dealing with future folk, Daph
linklyshow:Ill never know how to draw Barts hair but that'sOK Theyre perfect! Love those wonderful expressive faces, which are so well done :)
Wally Wood Dynamo v1 #1, 1966 - One of the most popular members of T.h.u.n.d.e.r. Agents, the character had this short-lived series during the silver age. In addition to the compelling cover design, Wally Wood illustrates three interior stories. The
Another pair of heroes for DC's TITANS has been revealed.
Some thoughts on two of this weeks comics from Zenescope – the final part of Van Helsing Vs The Werewolf and a Grimm Fairy Tales Holiday special Van Helsing Vs The Werewolf #6 Martial arts [...]Some thoughts on two of this weeks comics from
Flashback! A black ops group gets together and does the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen thingee, teaming up Nick Fury, Dum Dum Dugan, Victor Creed, Namora, Kraven the Hunter, Ulysses Bloodstone, and the first Silver Sable into the all-new, all-diff
Sometimes, you may find a figure on eBay or Amazon that you were either previously unaware of, never saw in stores, or otherwise slept on. Thanks to those sites, you can now go back and get those figures, but what do you do for quality control proble
From Atom: "Action at the College Ball" by Bill O'Connor, Ben Flinton an Leonard Sansone, All-American Comics #20 (November 1940)Al Pratt gets a costume in his second appearance, and though he's just a short boxer, the comic decided that was enough t
So pals Cathy (she of the medical mini-comics) and Andrew (he of the nuclear-powered nostalgia) have joined forces to CONQUER THE WORLD…and also to bring you this comic strip about one of Andrew’s…adventures, shall we sa
(The Glorious Days of) Robin Hood and his Merry Men v1 #38, 1958 - The Sheriff of Nottingham forces an attractive woman to lure Robin Hood into capture. Steve Ditko tries his hand at a medieval tale featuring a classic heroic figure. The artist's sig
Meet THE SILENCER, part of DC's 'NEW AGE OF HEROES'.
I feel that Bob Fuge Fujitani was the Hangman artist. The dark character originated when he stood in for his murdered brother, the Comet, created by Jack Cole. Fujitanis art has a mood of its own, and in this particular episode from Pep Comics #47 (1
I am shocked that new pieces continue to be released from Thor: Ragnarok. This time from Target we get another exclusive POP!but this time with a twist! As far as I know this was only being released through online sales … Continue reading &
Ho, ho, ho and Happy Holidays to you, Groove-ophiles! Well, it's December 1974. Earlier in the year my family had pulled up stakes in Fairfield, Ohio and moved back to Dear Ol' Dad's birthplace of Harlan County, Kentucky. While it was a bit of a cult
delullu:Dominic Purcell Wow, this is a really amazing likeness and character study! Youve captured him perfectly :)
Fightin' Army v1 #160, 1982 - Showcasing stories from earlier in the series, this issue boasts a fine Steve Ditko reprint from Fightin' Army #89. Other artists in this issue include Sanho Kim. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Ditko / Fightin' Army >
written by Maggie Klimentova The same way King T’Challa rules over the nation of Wakanda, you can reign over this holiday season. Even if you don’t have any Vibranium stocking stuffers, you can still wow your hi-tech loved ones wi
Mark Millar and Steve McNiven‘s modern day classic “Old Man Logan” storyline in the pages of WOLVERINEintroduced readers to a post-apocalyptic wasteland future for the Marvel Universe, where longtime Avenger Clint Barton
When Nancy and Tippy-Toe get human—and squirrel—napped respectively by a planet of alien squirrels about to get eaten by Galactus—long story—Doreen hops on the case! Or, uh, she would be on the case if she knew
jack-of-none: azzandra: How many people crashed into this mirror before they put up that sign, do you think. better question: how many people accidentally stepped into the Mirror Zone Evans been up to his old tricks again.