ARCHIVE PAGE 11 - Dec 2006
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Flash Comics 1943, issue 44, Octopus Cover
Flash Comics #44, Cover artwork by Lou Ferstadt from August 1943.
DISNEY'S THE RESCUERS
Wizard Nov 2004, #157 Wolverine
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Iron Fist #2
More Gil Kane
More Iron Fist
Terra vs Power Girl - More Amanda Conner Art
The Mysterians Promo Art
Japanese title was "Earth Defense Force." Released originally December 1957 in Japan, then May 1959 in the USA.
A super-alien race has become desperate because of damage from nuclear warfare on their now destroyed planet.
Below: The Japanese Poster (in TOHO SCOPE)
December 30, 2006
Frank Robbins and Leonardo di Vinci
[above] Frank Robbins page from DC Comics Weird War Tales #21, cover dated January 1974. Click to enlarge
More Weird War Tales
The Mysterious Island
[Above] The original Scribner's Sons printing of the cover art. [Below] The Wyeth illo alone.
Buster Keaton Hamlet
Superman Confidential #5
Darwyn Cooke and Tim Sale SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL #2
Tim Sale's quasi-poster/comic book art is likeable and interesting, but not perfect - -
Some complaints about things that don't make sense in the artwork for Superman Confidential #1, but with the second issue the only complaint is the plot point in the story where Superman is endangered by drowning by lava, but then a burst of oxygen sends him back to the surface. Where did the oxygen come from? (From Superman himself?)
Sale's artwork is in a three-stacked panel mode for most of these pages, which doesn't exactly mean a lot of story is moving very fastacross this issue.
Original Page Dec 2006 | Updated April 2016
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