ARCHIVE PAGE 156 - April 2013
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Alex Toth Batman
Death Flies the Haunted Sky - by Archie Goodwin (writer) and Alex Toth - a now classic Batman tale from 1974 - see the splash page larger
Jim Aparo Cover, Detective Comics #442
Batman faces a haunted World War 1 fighter plane in "Death Flies the Haunted Sky, Detective Comics #442, 1974. See the cover art larger.
Frank Cho "Sky-Diving" Wolverine
"Savage Wolverine" takes to the friendly skies, but, hey, why is the text upside down? See this page the way Cho intended by viewing the enlarged version here. (Or see it larger and upside down, your choice!)
Breaking into Pro Comics
Gail Simone, who has written a lot of DC Comics hero books, gives out some hard and cold facts about getting into Pro Comics - basically, it's hard to get in, and it can be very hard to stay in once you get there. And there are so many things stopping the would-be writer and artist that Simone's laundry list of reality-checks makes for a primer in what to do, and what not to do.
Brandon Peterson art
Art by David Mazzucchelli - Batman Year One
Spring Special 1978 (DC Special #12)
Art by Jim Starlin. Cover for the Spring Special 1978
Original Page April 5, 2013 | Updated July 2016