Monday, October 03, 2011

DC Ads of the Golden Age, Day 1: This guy'll never catch on

The Mid-Day Matinee this week, all week: DC Ads of the Golden Age! Forget the New 52...let's kick it old schoo'! Here's announcements and advertisements for all the comics books that were the rage back in the cheerful, joyous happy days of the Depression and World War II, introducing a few guys who you might remember today, if they could stick around for a while. But now, less talk, more Action...on DC Ads of the Golden Age!




Inside front covers of Detective Comics #15, 16, and 17 (May, June, and July 1938)



Hey, check it out...Separated at Birth!:




Flash Comics #1 (January 1940), cover art by Sheldon Moldoff




2 comments:

JonJ said...

"Why'd I do that? Now I have a dead girl and a bullet hole through my hand."

Dave said...

Hey, there's a guy freaking out on the cover of Action 1!