Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Sub-Mariner #4 Cover by John Buscema

Greatgreat, and the insides weren't too shabby, nither

Monday, February 27, 2017

We Bore Him! by Jack Kirby

Talk about your double entende....Jack created him, but most folks probably seemed pretty mundane to both of em

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Or WHAT, Dog? by Barry Smith

Years later this morphed into the greeting, "What's up, dog?"  Not sure who did the coloring, but they're both cool

Black Bolt Bolts by Jack Kirby

I love Joe Sinnott inks on Kirby (second only to Mike Royer, I opine), but here's one of those panels where Jack's pencils shine (course it doesn't help to have Stan's dialog overly explain Jack's visual concepts)

Some Fav John Buscema Panels

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Zip-A-Tone Conan by Frank Frazetta

Don't get me wrong, I love the original sketch, but this ad version from Mediascene always made me just stare and dig

Friday, February 24, 2017

33 1/3 RPMs With Neal Adams

Little record sleeves with nice art, partly so nice cause you rarely see it

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Sepia Horseman by Barry Smith

Barry's first Conan print

Famous Funnies #215 Cover by Frank Frazetta

Buck Rogers goin deeeep

The Unused Marvelmania Posters by Jack Kirby

Mak'n me wonder if an original Spidey poster by Jack is out there

The Speckled Dragon by Berni Wrightson

The Best Shadow Paperback Covers by Jim Steranko

Tales From Da Crypt by Frank Frazetta

Okay, so the jaded Frazetta connoisseur has seen every version of evrything by Fritz, but all I'm say'n is that the first image is a scan of the original oils.  Don't turn yer nose up so much, by the way, cause frankly, that big honker is block'n the light

Monday, February 20, 2017

Warfront #37 Contents Page by Wally Wood

And dunnae even get me started on what SHOULD have been the cover(last image).  Not sure why the sketch of Wally himself (first image) was made more generic for publication, but later in the comic, there is still some really great self-portraits