ARCHIVE PAGE 33 - July 2007
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Santa Clause Conquers The Martians
The Martians invade earth and kidnap Santa Clause for Christmas!
Are you ready for the world that's coming?
More Jack Kirby
Neal Adams Batman and Adam Strange
Neal Adams art, Brave and the Bold #90, 1970, see the whole cover enlarged here.
EGO - and other tales
Darwyn Cooke "Batman Ego"
DC Comics has published a 200 page collection of Darwyn Cooke's Batman comics, including material from his solo (DC Comics Solo #5) comic from 2005, also Gotham Knights, Selina's Big Score, and Tim Sale's Solo book (DC Comics Solo #1) :
This review has moved. Read the entire review of Batman Ego here.
Philadelphia Candies Milk Chocolate Covered OREO® Cookies - Amazon
Frito-Lay Classic Mix Variety Pack, 50 Count - Amazon
Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Coconut Cashew, 20g Protein, 4g Net Carbs, 190 Cals, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Soy Free, 2.12oz Bar, 12 Count - Amazon
I CAN FLY
[Below] A bronze sculpture by Myra Weisgold that I saw in the current (July 2007) issue of American Art Collector.
[Below] A page from Detective Comics #437, with artwork by Jim Aparo.
Click to view a larger version, or go here.
Spirit Summer Issue
This review has moved to its own page: Review of The Spirit #7 Summer Issue
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
[Below] A careful pen and ink artist from the classic era of book illustration, Lawson did numerous projects, beginning in 1922 with The Adventures of Little Prince Toofat, written by George Chester, and ending with The Tough Winter from 1954. Robert Lawson also did the illustrations for Leaf Munro's 1936 book Ferdinand.
More Robert Lawson at art and artifice.com
UFO British TV Show
Gull-wing cars, silver space suits, and lots of space craft models.
More UFO TV Show
Transformation Lynda Carter - Wonder Woman
Original Page July 2007| Updated Feb 2014
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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