Monday, September 16, 2013

Comics Within Comics Month, Day 16: And there was never any urban poverty, ever again

Panels from "Twisted ToyFare Theatre: Twenty, Twenty, 24 Hours to Go" in ToyFare #70 (June 2000)

Cover of The Falcon #4 (February 1984), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Joe Rubinstein

Why yes. Yes, it is.

Panels from The Falcon #4 (February 1984), script by Christopher Priest (as Jim Owsley), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Mike Gustovich, colors by Steve Mellor, letters by Clem Robins


Blam said...

Five genuine American dollars says Quentin Tarantino's X-Men movie would star Homeboy Angel.

Unknown said...

Dear Lord in heaven, it's embarrassing when mainstream comics try to do politics. What's next...someone pointing out that the President has done a lot for the blue skins and the orange skins? Sheesh...

And correct me if I'm wrong (not having read the mini-series), but is Captain America just *watching* as the President of the United States is being being kidnapped?