ARCHIVE PAGE 20 - March 2007

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The Spirit #8 - Darwyn Cooke art

The Spirit number 8 Cover art

Page by Darwyn Cooke - The Spirit number 8

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Pride and Prejudice fans

Jane Austen

(above) 1790 portrait of writer Jane Austen by Ozias Humphry
At auction at Christie's at New York, April 19, 2007
Estimated return sale at $400,000-$800,000


Joe Shuster art - Superman #2 Cover Art

Superman #2 1939 Cover art by Joe Shuster

Fall 1939 Issue. Paul Cassidy inks. More original run 1939 classic Superman covers.


Neal Adams cover to Batman issue 200, March 1968

Batman issue 200 art by Neal Adams

View cover enlarged, and more Neal Adams


REVIEW

ABANDON THE OLD IN TOKYO

Art and story by Yoshihiro Tatsumi
Published by Drawn and Quarterly Books, 2006
Approximately 200 pages; $19.95 USD

A collection of short stoies about the denizens of a constricting and claustrophobic Tokyo, Japan.
Tatsumi Artwork

The complete review of the Tatsumi book Abandon the Old in Tokyo is here.

Related: Japan as viewed by 17 Creators


Alligator Man, 1959

The Alligator People

From the 1959 Alligator People - A Lon Chaney Jr film "I'ma gonna get you someday, alligator man!"

It may seem visually impossible, but the girl here is in love with the man who has become a human alligator. Relationship conflicts ensue.

More about Alligator People at Cinemagraphe.com


Batman Gotham City Line

Batman Gotham City Line


Frank Robbins

Frank RObbins Art

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Kaluta cover - Detective Comics #426

Kaluta cover - Detective Comics #426

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Boris Karloff The alking Dead

Boris Karloff - The Walking Dead, 1936

Victimized by a ruthless mob, Karloff's character is revived by a doctor working on reanimation experiments, and Karloff then has his chance to even the score with the horrified criminal gang that killed him. First of many imitations. Directed by Michael Curtiz.


Wonder Woman


CRASH OF THE AIRSHIP AKRON

airship zeppelin LOS ANGELES
[Above] June 23, 1932 airship LOS ANGELES. This picture was taken near the end of the zeppelin's flight career. Afterwards it was used only for on-ground training and experimentation. [Click image to enlarge.]

[Below] The airship AKRON over San Francisco, May 1932. The small dark shape behind the forward control booth (or the bridge) is an N2Y aircraft. The Akron was actually designed to carry multiple aircraft in a compartment inside the balloon. On April 4, 1932, the Akron was pushed by bad weather out to sea, where a series of human errors lead to a crash into the Atlantic, killing 73 people. [Click image to enlarge.]
Airship Akron


Gilligan's Island

Gilligans Island

The television series was produced for CBS and ran from 1964 to 1967.

"Oh, those poor people!" Aliens reaction to being asked whether they understood that the televised 'historical documents' of Gilligan's Island is "real" or not, from the film Galaxy Quest, 1999.


Wonder Woman Artwork by Cliff Chiang

Panel art Wonder Woman by Cliff Chiang

See the cover art for Wonder Woman #8 by Cliff Chiang here.

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Comix International 2

Comix International 2 Cover art Richard Corben

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Steamboat Bill, Jr, 1927

Steamboat Bill

More on Buster Keaton here.

[Below: Buster Keaton in The Navigator, 1924.]The Navigator Buster Keaton


Lynda Carter Wonder Woman

Will Smiley Defenders

Will Smiley

Go to page Defenders by Will Smiley

More Misty Knight


Let me take a peek at those rules

Kisses Betty and Veronica Archie

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Original Page March 2007 | Updated May 2015

DC New Talent Showcase now open

Feb 2017: DC's effort to look at new artists is underway for the month of February (the writers workshop will be in March). To see the artist application page, go here: www.dccomicstalentworkshop.com

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Box Set Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary

Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Box Set



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Lynda Carter - Wonder Woman

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