Saturday, October 31, 2015

Trick Or Treat'n With Berni Wrightson

I know it's really late, but let's try this one last House

Friday, October 30, 2015

Werewolf! by Frank Frazetta

"I'm not like other boys..."  How apropo that the comic with this title was Fritz's last comic

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Fate by Berni Wrightson

I'm the chubby guy with the goatee on the foolish side---drats

Silver Surfer Button by Jack Kirby

If I had any comic flair, this would be numero uno

The Frazetta Treasury Cover by Frank Frazetta

and just one of the many unpublished treasures within

The Black Widow by Jim Steranko

Maybe the most terrifying of the super-heroes---we freak out over spiders, and most guys dunnae appreciate females who kill their mates

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Scary Bad Reception by Berni Wrightson

No Evil Shall Escape My Sight by Neal Adams

No matter how you look at this iconic cover, the first GL/GA by Neal Adams, it is truly an amaz'n image

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Thor VS Hercules by Jack Kirby

Thor Annual #5 cover was probably the last time Jack drew this great match-up

Detective Comics #33 Cover by Jim Steranko

Batman's 75th anniversary image (from last year---"Cap'n's but redundant," member?), but bigger, better, faster, stronger

The Reign of Wizardry by Frank Frazetta

Bout as halloweenie as I get

Monday, October 26, 2015

Ramrod by Wally Wood

Early 1950s, methinks, and never really happened.  Wood is one of my favs, but I don't know of any westerns.  If they happened, hook a brother up, cause this looks like www (Wally Wood westerns) would be sweet

Sunday, October 25, 2015

The Keepers of the Crypt! by Barry Smith

Despite alterations by Severin/Romita/Whoever, the cover to Conan #8 was amaz'n

Mars by Jim Steranko

Blue Moon by Jeff Jones

Embiggen n enjoy

Heavy Metal Covers by Berni Wrightson and Frank Frazetta

Another weird pairing of the young Jedi with the master

Invisible Bad Guys by Jack Kirby

When Cap fought these pointy-headed creeps, nobody else could see them.  Either Cap'n America had gone insane, or all of New York City.  Sounds like more of a sixties DC plot than a Marvel plot