Saturday, January 30, 2016

The Barbarians by Frank Frazetta

Was sad to learn Ritchie B had moved to Alabama.  He brought us real New York pizza, and had posters and tales of when he played Conan on Broadway.  Needless to say, he has arms bigger than my legs.  Sold the Denver pizzaria, but the food is still great

Friday, January 29, 2016

Marvel's Greatest Comics #27 Cover by Jack Kirby

Dragon Man invades campus! and Diablo and Reed and Sue and Ben, for that matter---Johnny was the only one enrolled

I'll Be Seeing You by Wally Wood

This unused Avon drawing reminds me of the song verse "I'll be look'n at the Moon, but I'll be see'n you" (lotsa great versions, but I prefer Billie Holiday)

The Buyer's Guide #8 by Dennis Fujitake

You know the drill---put it up a ton of times, but "I can see clearly now"

Coupla Black Panther Pencils by Jack Kirby

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Undersea Agent #5 Cover by Gil Kane

As with so much of the great art I repeatedly repeat, this is bigger, better, faster, stronger.  Please embiggen

Daredevil #9 Cover by Wally Wood

Coupla More Nick Fury by Jim Steranko

Scads already up on here, but dinnae have these two

Cosage The Cosmic Agent by Steve Ditko

"The Sage is anxious, and therefore successful," as the Zen master once said.

Monday, January 25, 2016

The Hulk by Gil Kane

That reminds me--Michigan State basketball should never, ever wear the lime uniforms agin.  Forest green is the best (ala Lincoln Logs)

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Superbowl 50 by Jack Kirby

(sung to the tune of The Flintstones)  Broncos, we're the Broncos, we're a team right outta history/ From the town of Denver, we're the greatest team you'll ever see/ Come with the Broncos as we head around the league, driv'n our opponents to fatigue/  We'll have a good time, a yabba-dabba-do time, we'll have a gay old time

Friday, January 22, 2016

Marvelmania Silver Surfer by Jack Kirby

Ace by Jim Steranko

Korak, The Son Of Tarzan by Frank Frazetta

Korak The Killer never looked so good, cept for that first one

Man! Mandro by Barry Smith

Search The Hand and/or Mandro on here, but I'm pretty sure I never posted these two great images from the movie here (much like Kirby and Argo, Barry Smith did alotta great art for a movie and got next to zilch credit)