Saturday, April 22, 2017

Crypto Man by Jack Kirby

This.  just.  rocks

Paradox by Wally Wood

Speak'n of which---we were recently on a ferry boat, and when we reached land, we could disembark from either side

Cap by Jack Kirby


Rolling Stone Cover by Jim Steranko

Only in the UK, though

Sundance Of Mars by Jack Kirby


A Princess Of Mars by Frank Frazetta


Dr. Strange Beside Himself by Steve Ditko


Four Ages Of Conan by Barry Smith




Still prefer the version in The Studio publication, but these dark, hand-colored ones are nice

Siren Island Movie Poster by Berni Wrightson

   A definite B movie from seven years ago, but I dunnae believe Berni's art was used

Darkseid On The Throne by Jack Kirby

Okay, everybody wants to rule the world, and he can certainly be master of all he surveys if he's in the can, but let's not jump to conclusions.  First off, there is no sign of reading materials, and the tiki torches may be to just impress his followers, not for odor at all (better yet, to keep away mosquitos, and this is outside).  Not sure if this was ever used in the Fourth World comics, but it shoulda

Friday, April 21, 2017

Swamp Thing #6 Cover by Berni Wrightson



Che great

Conan #23 Splash by Barry Smith


The only redeemable thing (to young me, at least) about this issue, a train wreck of lost pages, hurried scribbles, and who-knows-what-else.  I remember it made me think of Melanie's hit song,"Look what they've done to my song, Ma."  At the time, I thought,ah,crap, they even got the colors wrong....but now I dig (almost) everything about this image

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Tony Stark by Jack Kirby

I know The Nuetralizer is blow'n us away visually in this scene, but I cannae help being more amazed by Stark's circuit-laced jumpsuit, magic wand, and spiffy anti-grav helmet

Gargoyle Every Night by Berni Wrightson










Coupla blogs have this story up from a re-print, but some folks (not nam'n snooty names) will prob'ly enjoy the original printing

Another Chandler by Jim Steranko













Two Guys by Jack Kirby




In Fantastic Four #48, Jack introduces both the Silver Surfer AND Galactus (for 12 cents, no less).  I know the big kahuna's outfit had to be purple and blue, for styl'n sake, but the initial Christmas Tree/ bare arm look is also che cool