ARCHIVE PAGE 55 - June 2008
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
The world of corporate drone Wesley (James McAlvoy) gets torn down and rebuilt from the ground up when Angelina Jolie (as "Fox") shows up and does double-duty as both his bodyguard, and then one of his trainers as Wesley learns the ropes of being a assasin for a secret organization performing justice (or at least it claims it is) in the world.
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Flaming Carrot - Judo
Flaming Carrot page - The Bikini Teens
See entire page, Flaming Carrot #15, enlarged.
A review of the Mark Evanier "Kirby King of Comics" book (Abrams; $40.00) over at the New York Times, written by John Hodgeman, where he discusses Kirby's DC 'New Gods' concept and stories:
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"It was a cosmic “epic for our times,” with one foot in ancient myth and the other in the wildest science fiction. And unusually for a comic book story, it was designed to be told slowly, over many years, and to come to an end.
Kirby's Female Furies
Mister Miracle #8, 1972
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Wonder Woman - pants command DC Comics
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Claudio Castellini Cover from Harley Quinn One Shot
Creighton Tull Chaney aka Lon Chaney Jr
The son of silent film star Lon Chaney, Creighton Tull Chaney - aka "Lon Chaney Jr." ( a title forced upon him by Hollywood production companies wishing to cash in on the name-recognition of Dad), appeared in films and television over a long career (perhaps most famously as Larry Talbot, the 'Wolf Man'). No grave marker exists for Chaney. He died in 1973 at the age of 67, his corpse donated to medical studies - - his lungs and liver was removed and placed on exhibit as examples of what extreme alcohol and tobacco intake does to internal organs.
The Wolf Man, 1941
Original Page June 2008 | Updated Sept 2015
Wonder Woman Cape Knee High Socks 1 x 1in
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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