Thursday, March 31, 2016

Fantastic Four #86 Cover by Jack Kirby

Second Or Third Alternate Green Eyes by Jim Steranko

For Tony, here's another Shadow cover that never was

Batman And Sherlock Holmes by Mike Kaluta

The Six Million Dollar Man by Neal Adams

Star Hawks Logo by Gil Kane

Barsoom by Roy Krenkel

Beauty And The Beast by Frank Frazetta

Marvel Calendar Hulk by Jack Kirby

I've been told this is the last thing Jack did for Marvel.  If so, he went out with a bang.  This is soooo intense, it shoulda been in the circus

Red Nails by Barry Smith

Dragonslayer by Gil Kane

Okay, I have no clue what this is (Beowulf?), but, apologies aside to Wrightson, this is a pretty good title, methinks

Another Cap'n America by Jim Steranko

Ahrightahrightahright, Steranko does Cap---but I cannae wait to see what the NEW Marvel covers will be

A Fistful Of Vaughn Bode

Action Max by John Byrne

I dunnae often post Mr. Byrne, but when I do, it's something amaz'n like this

Marak by Jack Kirby

ANOTHER throw-away by Jack--this time from 2001 #3

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

A Fistful Of Frank Frazetta

Iron Man #80 Cover by Jack Kirby

Never let it be said I dunnae try to honor requests.  Embiggen and jump back, jack!  As with Supes VS Batman, I cannae envision Cap'n America being able to duke it out with Iron Man

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Liberomano by Barry Smith

Stun'n print that's always made me think of the classic pop Flower Girl.  "I love the flower girl/ oh I dunnae know just why/ she simply caught my eye/ I love the flower girl/ flowers in her hair/ flowers everywhere"

Monday, March 28, 2016

Green Eyes by Jim Steranko

There were three truly incredible pb covers for The Shadow, and this was onea

Return Of The Question by Steve Ditko

Only downside to this amaz'n cover was the let-down I felt with the insides (hack inker, methinks), but this dude was cool, kinda like The Creeper in that his costume was chemically activated