Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Jongor REALLY Fights Back by Frank Frazetta

The first two are different shots of the original painting, so you should go big or go home (or maybe you're at home and can do both).  Spec tack you ler

Winged Demons

Kinda chronological (noth'n I do can purely be called logical):  Wally Wood, Frank Frazetta, Barry Smith, and....L. Batic?  Hagar isn't drawn by Dik Browne here, but it's such a cool tribute, I had to include it

Monday, September 29, 2014

Wolfling by Jeff Jones

Just found this in a small burg in Minnesota at an Antique Shop(!).  Unfortunately, by calling their paperbacks antiques, they decided each one was worth six dollars instead of the two or three bucks I usually pay.  An hour further down the road, I also found The Throne World.  It was in a new casino, and each urinal had a tv screen in the wall

The Wonder Warriors by Jack Kirby

I said nothing about this individual when I posted him a few times ago, but everybody seemed to really like him, so here's the whole gang--with some of Jack's legendary blurbage

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Gimme Five! (from Jack Kirby)

Not giv'n me some skin, but it's still up top

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Supermoon by Frank Frazetta

Just like you, I'm wonder'n what's with all the supermoons, and what the deeper meaning is....nah, just digg'n those oils

Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD #1 Wraparound Cover by Jim Steranko

I give up...they're all great, there's tons of versions, and I've already overstayed on this

The Unused Marvelmania Posters by Jack Kirby


The Conjure Wife by Jeff Jones

Here's a real "chicken or the egg" conundrum

Friday, September 19, 2014

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Supermoon by Jim Steranko

Yeah, I had to drag out onea my fav covers ( Nick Fury Agent o SHIELD #6) again, cuz of all the Supermoons we've been having of late

Buster Crabbe by Frank Frazetta

I met Buster Crabbe in the 1970s, and it was the strangest thing.  He and his wife were sitting at a small folding table in the middle of a mall in Phoenix, and when I walked up, there was no one else around.  I told him how much I had enjoyed watching his films at the army base theater in Germany a decade before that, but for the life of me, I can't recall why they were there...I think they were selling a vitamin line or sump'n....strange

A Postcard From Jack Kirby

This FF splash became a great "Far-out" postcard in the day, but my all-time fav on postcard lines is the classic, "The weather is here!  Wish you were beautiful"