July 18, 2014
quarterboxes:

Mike Zeck 

quarterboxes:

Mike Zeck 

(Source: youaretheherocentral)

July 18, 2014
towritecomicsonherarms:

comicbookcovers:

The Losers #13, August 2004, cover by Jock



this series had some amazing covers

towritecomicsonherarms:

comicbookcovers:

The Losers #13, August 2004, cover by Jock

this series had some amazing covers

July 18, 2014
brudesworld:

Charles Mazoujian, 1939

brudesworld:

Charles Mazoujian, 1939

July 18, 2014
brudesworld:

Russ Heath, 1959

brudesworld:

Russ Heath, 1959

July 18, 2014
brudesworld:

Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson, 1967

brudesworld:

Gil Kane and Murphy Anderson, 1967

July 17, 2014
brudesworld:

Al Feldstein, 1950
Feldstein @ Brude’s World

brudesworld:

Al Feldstein, 1950

Feldstein @ Brude’s World

July 17, 2014
marvel1980s:

Punisher & Spidey by Fred Hembeck

marvel1980s:

Punisher & Spidey by Fred Hembeck

(via themarvelageofcomics)

July 17, 2014

brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1986: Marvel Graphic Novel #24 (Daredevil: Love and War)

Elektra had such a strong gravitational pull, sometimes Daredevil: Love and War gets overshadowed alongside it. But it is no less an artistic masterpiece. Sienkiewicz talked to Kuljit Mithra of manwithoutfear.com about the book.

Frank and I had wanted to work together for a while before that came about. I think it may have been Ralph Macchio, the editor of DD at the time, who suggested it. I know Frank also came to me about working on a few issues in continuity. We thought it would be a great avenue to explore pushing some of the boundaries of storytelling, in terms of design and shape, etc. I was really starting to get more and more extreme in terms of playing with shapes and sizes of characters - really leaving the level of realism I had gotten from Neal Adams, behind. Frank’s writing was thrilling. It had precisely the emotional and gut wrenching impact that spoke to me. 

[Work on Daredevil and Elektra was done] simultaneously. DD was going to be our “minor” magnum opus. Elektra was just something we were going to do in the meantime “to put food on the table”. It turned out to be quite a different scenario altogether. Funny how things work out, eh? As a matter of fact, Frank and I were just laughing about that just today - who knew?

(Source: comicartistevolution, via themarvelageofcomics)

July 17, 2014

brudesworld:

Gray Morrow’s Orion collected in 2012 from the pages of Heavy Metal (1978)

The Comics Journal: Shades of Gray

(Source: amazon.com)

July 17, 2014
johnbyrnedraws:

Sensational She-Hulk #39, page 1 by John Byrne. 1992.

johnbyrnedraws:

Sensational She-Hulk #39, page 1 by John Byrne. 1992.

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July 16, 2014

browsethestacks:

Giant-Size Defenders (1974-1975)

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July 16, 2014

twofistedpulp:

Battle Birds, Argosy & Tailspin Tommy magazines.

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July 16, 2014
bigplanetcomics:

jthenr-comics-vault:

WOLVERINE Vol.2, #8 (June 1989)Art by John Buscema (pencils/inks) & Glynis Oliver (colors)Words by Chris Claremont

WHOMP

bigplanetcomics:

jthenr-comics-vault:

WOLVERINE Vol.2, #8 (June 1989)
Art by John Buscema (pencils/inks) & Glynis Oliver (colors)
Words by Chris Claremont

WHOMP

July 16, 2014
brudesworld:

Jack Kirby and Chic Stone, 1965

brudesworld:

Jack Kirby and Chic Stone, 1965

July 16, 2014
kylelatino:


I think I’ll use this as the cover for my eventual journal comic collection.

kylelatino:

I think I’ll use this as the cover for my eventual journal comic collection.