Saturday, April 13, 2024

The Guardian Goes To The Beach by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon



This golden age Simon & Kirby letterhead was quite the surprise to me, and don't even get me started on that famous villain The Yellow Skull

Thursday, April 11, 2024

Forever People by Jack Kirby




Onea my weird passions is see'n a fav in black'n white that I've always seen in color.  I've occasionally looked at this georgeous page from Kirby Unleashed and thought, "maybe I'll see it in b&w somedaty but surely not as big and beautiful" (yes, I'm riff'n on Big Barda and Beautiful Dreamer and yes, I forgot to stop call'n you Shirley).  Well, stop the presses and alert the media!  This Artist's Edition cover is as big as ya wanna

Tiny Tarzan Covers by Frank Frazetta


These useta fit quite nicely in my hip pocket.  Wish I could say the same of my scanner, but fortunately, each of these are well-served on here in the way back

Monday, April 8, 2024

Fistful Of Juanillo






Another fanzine artist that's a mystery to me, but che nice.  If you know sump'n sump'n (especially where the first image is from), please holla

Axus by Barry Smith







That cover never ages for me, and two a these are new on here.  How cool to have a hero age realistically
 

S'more Unseen Shadows by Jim Steranko










 

Saturday, April 6, 2024

Forgotten Moon by Wally Wood


The most popular post on here (at least in quite a while) is Wally Wood Conquers The Moon.  Makes me smile, cause I like it a lot myself.  But I completely spaced this one

Bob Kline in 1969


I'm a poet and did'nt know it, but my feet show it (they're Longfellows).  Bob shared the blue pages with Roy Krenkel in the amazeballs fanzine Squa Tront #4
 

Friday, April 5, 2024

Ah, That's Better! by Barry Smith and Berni Wrightson




 I've come across this tiny ad in my scrapbooks off and on several times in the last two centuries (I think I originally cut it out of a Buyer's Guide), and long ago, I saw the Conan concept in this clearer version, and I would wistfully think about Berni's illo in sump'n sump'n I could see better, but now that wait is over