Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Deep Space Disco by Jack Kirby

Mid-seventies, I lived on the week-ends at the disco

Freebooters by Barry Smith

The Shadow by Jim Steranko

First paperback cover, and a more recent rendition---still classic cool

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Unused Superman Puzzle by Jack Kirby

Not sure why Mattell Pasedena'd this one, but you must admit the explod'n robot is juuuuust a little different

Spiral And Longshot by Art Adams

This always makes me say, "Looks like somebody's luck just ran out...."

Friday, June 24, 2016

The Black Panther's Other Ride by Jack Kirby

These were only a year apart (1966-1967), but I never put them together til now

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Beyond The Black River by Barry Smith

That is, Conan and some Picts, and the great novelette by Howard with that title had Conan and some Picts (once REH wisely re-wrote a western)

Thunder Agents #1 Cover by Wally Wood

Still rocks me.....embiggen an enjoy

Black Bolt From FF #59 by Jack Kirby

When both the King and the ruler of the Inhumans were at the height of their powers

Obscure Mr. A by Steve Ditko

A fanzine illo I'd never seen (so, yeah, not Witzend)

At The Earth's Core with Frank Frazetta

The paperback, print, and original

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Tarzan by Burne Hogarth

Truly one of the greats, and I've often spouted about how finding his Dynamic Anatomy book in the early seventies (Mitchell High Library) just blew me away

Thursday, June 9, 2016

King Me! by Barry Smith

The Port Of Peril Frostipiece by Roy Krenkel

No port (or water) anywhere to be found.  Not even one dock, so it's a real "pair 'o docks"

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Kavin's World by Frank Frazetta

The purest image (to me) of this great painting is still the original paperback cover, masonite 'n all

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Sunday, June 5, 2016

A World Gone Mad! by Jack Kirby

Thor's not help'n the situation by sailing his boat without water

Summer of 1973 With Barry Smith

Great summer for a ton of reasons, but these two mags were a big part

Doubleday SF Bookclub by Frank Frazetta

What happens at bookclub stays at bookclub, accord'n to Brad Pitt