Saturday, October 21, 2017

Lamont Cranston And Margo Lane by Mike Kaluta

And Lamont's alter-ego, The Shadow.  Dig it so...

Cimmerian Death by Barry Smith

Search ink and blood on here for a lot more of this fav, but embiggen thisun

One Man Army Vehicle by Jack Kirby

From Omac #3.  I only kept #2, but as I recall, this was the same vehicle

Tarzan And The Ant-Men by Frank Frazetta

There's a fistful of this paint'n already up here in the wayback, but this version of the unused paperback cover was printed on a fanzine, and I find it che nice also

Leap Of Faith by Berni Wrightson

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Conan The Treasurer by Barry Smith

Danced around it for 7 years, but the first image is the lame back cover of my beat copy of  Marvel Treasury Edition #4 Conan The Barbarian.  The black n' white is from Tupenney Conan, where we first saw this take on Fritz's Destroyer

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Beware The Creeper #2 Cover by Steve Ditko

The Silver Surfer by Jack Kirby

Red Wolf by Neal Adams

Weird Fantasy #21 Cover by Al Williamson an Frank Frazetta

I know, I know, I know, this image has been up a bazillion times (what's a bazillion, class?  Any number with a hundred or more zeroes after it.  Very good, class), but This is onea those rare post where I actually share, and more than an image or images....Okay, okay, cool...the other night they were play'n Password on the Tonight Show, and the word Shaq and Jennifer Biel drew was Camel.  Shaq went first, and gave Jimmy Fallon the clue "hump," to which Jimmy, natch, responded Wednesday.  Jennifer gave her teammate (a forgetful musical guest) the clue "toe," and her teamie almost immediately said Camel.  Game over

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Birdmen of Venus

Carson of Venus by Al Williamson, Mike Kaluta, and Roy Krenkel.  Kinda cool how they flow together

Fantastic Four #77 Cover by Jack Kirby

Amazeballs.  Looks like it was almost onea those monochrome covers

Monday, October 2, 2017

Who Is He? by Jack Kirby

Ikaris, Icarus, and Ickey....gotta dig all three

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Al Williamson by Berni Wrightson

As Flash Gordon, natch.  Berni had been a huge fan of EC, but also, to many of his generation (and me!), Al had single-handedly put an old newspaper strip hero back on the map