ARCHIVE PAGE 82 - Nov 2010
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
J. T. Yost
Above: Interview with J. T. Yost talking about his series LOSERS WEEPERS Click to read
Cartoon Museum Closing
The New York Ticonderoga Cartoon Museum is closing down and the 700-piece collection (includes work by Hal Foster, Frazetta and others) is moving to the Toonseum, boosting the Pittsburgh Museum's holdings to 3,000 plus artworks.
Robot Woman - Basil Wolverton
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
Jack Kirby "The Murdering Misfit" Splash Page
Jack Kirby splash page from Kamandi #9, Sept 1973. See enlarged.
Graphic novels for people who hate comics : Article by Therese ONeill that lists some of the obvious choices, and vaguely describes that the field has grown large enough now to accommodate just about any sort of reader. The books listed are going to be familiar to anyone who has been reading comics for awhile with at least a foot outside of the world of superheroes.
Conan The Destroyer Sold
Frazetta Family Trust sells off "Conan the Destroyer" for $1.5 million USD.
Highest price yet on a Frazetta painting.
Superman defeats the KKK : interesting take on the radio adventures of Superman in which the writers relied upon journalist Stetson Kennedy's undercover work penetrating the KKK of the 1950s. Kennedy thought of Superman as the 'ultimate antifascist' and the theme of the show taking on the Klan made a major impact in the southern states.
Batman, Adam West
Alex Raymond 1935 poster art for the Erroll Flynn movie "Captain Blood"
Catwoman Black and White
More Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman Lynda Carter - Bullet Deflecting Skills
Read the history of ice cream page
Original Page Nov 2010 | Updated June 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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