Luke Cage, Hero for Hire
Source: DTA Collectibles

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Luke Cage, Hero for Hire

Source: DTA Collectibles

comicbookcovers:

Tales To Astonish #13, November 1960, cover by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and Stan Goldberg



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comicbookcovers:

Tales To Astonish #13, November 1960, cover by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and Stan Goldberg

Tiger Girl, comic book cover

Tiger Girl, comic book cover

Burger Lust comic book coverCover art: Spain Rodriguez
Source: The Comics Journal

Burger Lust comic book cover
Cover art: Spain Rodriguez

Source: The Comics Journal

All Top comic book cover (1949)Art: Matt Baker
Source: American Art Archives

All Top comic book cover (1949)
Art: Matt Baker

Source: American Art Archives

Rock the Vote: Dwight Eisenhower

For the month of October, we’ll be doing a daily series of posts featuring some of the most memorable politicians from the 1950s, 60s, and early 70s. You can see many cool additional images at Boom Underground.

Mystery in Space, comic book, February-March 1956
Illustration: Gil Kane

Monsterpalooza 2012: Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

We’re going to be doing a joint post during October with our friends David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes, celebrating 31 great monsters. We’ll have a new comic, book, or magazine cover every day, and David and Jesse will have lots more photos, posters, and graphic collectibles.

Batman, December 1956
Pencils: Dick Strang, inks: Charles Paris

Source: Surrealism Now

See more Beast from 20,000 Fathoms graphic goodies from David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes.

Monsterpalooza 2012: Barnabas Collins

We’re going to be doing a joint post during October with our friends David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes, celebrating 31 great monsters. We’ll have a new comic, book, or magazine cover every day, and David and Jesse will have lots more photos, posters, and graphic collectibles.

Dark Shadows comic book, featuring Barnabas Collins, August 1969

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The United States Marines, comic book cover (1952)
Source: X-Ray Delta One

The United States Marines, comic book cover (1952)

Source: X-Ray Delta One

Monsterpalooza 2012: The Invisible Man

We’re going to be doing a joint post during October with our friends David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes, celebrating 31 great monsters. We’ll have a new comic, book, or magazine cover every day, and David and Jesse will have lots more photos, posters, and graphic collectibles.

Supernatural Thrillers featuring The Invisible Man, comic book, 1973
Cover illustration: Jim Steranko

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