Saturday, May 12, 2012

Same Story, Different Cover: Hey, isn't he supposed to be black?


L: Strange Tales #138 (November 1965), pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by John Severin
R: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.* #16 (October 1980), pencils and inks by Marie Severin

(Click picture to Samuel L. Jacksonsize)


*Samuel? Hasselhoff Is Extra Lovely and Dynamic

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366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 133


Panels from Batman #217 (December 1969), script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano



Today in Comics History: Same As Any Other Day


Panel from "Dead Men Do Tell Tales!" in Superman Family #220 (July 1982), script by Tamsyn O'Flynn, pencils by Bob Oksner, inks by Vince Colletta, colors by Tom Ziuko, letters by John Costanza



Today in Comics History: My pal Johanna flies a World War II mission


Panel from The Flash v.4 #8 (June 2012), co-script, pencils and inks by Francis Manapul; co-script and co-colors by Brian Buccellato; co-colors by Ian Herring; letters by Wes Abbott



Friday, May 11, 2012

Well, That'll Happen: So it's come to this


Panel from "The Secret Life of the Catwoman" in Batman #62 (December 1950-January 1951), script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman & Robin figures only) and Lew Schwartz, inks by Charles Paris, letters by Ira Schnapp


366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 132


Panels from Batman and the Outsiders v.1 #1 (August 1983), script by Mike W. Barr; pencils, inks, and letters by Jim Aparo



Thursday, May 10, 2012

Revenge of Well, That'll Happen: Ecaps 9991


Panels from Futurama Comics #60 (March 2012), script by Ian Boothby, pencils by James Lloyd, inks by Dan Davis, colors by Robert Stanley, letters by Karen Bates


366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 131


Panel from "The Deadly Numbers Game!" in Batman #250 (July 1973), script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano



Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Son of Well, That'll Happen!


Splash page from Time Warp #1 (October-November 1979), script by George Kashdan, pencils and inks by Dick Giordano, colors by Jerry Serpe, letters by Milton Snapinn



366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 130


Cover of Batman #217 (December 1969), pencils and inks by Neal Adams



Today in Comics History: WInona Ryder takes a bath AWRIGHT!


Panel from Bram Stoker's Dracula #1 (October 1992), script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Mike Mignola, inks by John Nyberg, colors by Mark Chiarello, letters by John Costanza



Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Well, That'll Happen Again!


Panels from "The Atom Cave Raiders!" in Batman #68 (December 1951-January 1952), script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris, letters by Ira Schnapp



366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 129


Panel from Batman: The Dark Knight v.1 #1 (January 2011), script and pencils by David Finch, inks by Scott Williams, colors by Alex Sinclair, letters by Dave Sharpe
(Click image to cave-size)



Monday, May 07, 2012

Well, That'll Happen!: It could be worse. Oh, wait...



Panels from Hal Lindsey's There's A New World Coming one-shot (1974), script by Hal Lindsey; pencils, inks, and letters by Al Hartley



366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 128


Panel from "The Invisible Batman" in Batman #124 (June 1959), scripter unknown, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris, letters by Stan Starkman



Sunday, May 06, 2012

Ten of a Kind: My Ten Favorite Avengers Covers, Assemble!



















(Click the two widescreen images to Avengersize! More Ten of a Kind here.)


Today in Comics History: Led Zeppelin's first LP is released


Panel from Bill & Ted's Excellent Comic Book #2 (January 1992), script and pencils by Evan Dorkin, inks by Stephen DeStefano, colors by Robbie Busch, letters by Kurt Hathaway



366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 127


Panels from Batman #563 (March 1999), script by Bob Gale, pencils by Alex Maleev, inks by Wayne Faucher, colors by Dave Stewart, letters by Willie Schubert



Today in Comics History: Lois Lane finally gets the gag in "Pearls Before Swine"


Panel portion from Action Comics Annual #11 (July 2008), script by Geoff Johns, pencils by Stephane Roux, inks by Karine Boccanfuso


And below is the full two-page spread that image comes from. Click to Super-size!



Hey, Lois, who you gonna call?


Yes, truly, this was The Greatest Lois Lane Story Ever.