Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Today in Comics History: Journalist dreams of naming a newspaper after her secret identity

Splash page from the Lady Danger story "The Dead Man's Chest" in Sensation Comics #85 (January 1949), script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Bob Oksner, inks by Bernard Sachs

Also in this exciting story: the debut appearance of one of comics' most beloved characters!

Luckily, he took that exact advice, which enable him to become a major star in the comic book and movie world:

Panel from Guardians of the Galaxy (2013 series) #3 (August 2013); script by Brian Michael Bendis; pencils by Steve McNiven and Sara Pichelli; inks by John Dell, Steve McNiven, and Sara Pichelli; colors by Justin Ponsor, letters by Cory Petit

1 comment:

Blam said...

I don't know how President Lincoln fell in with those sea pirates, but since "bandage on head" is universal comics shorthand for "hard blow to noggin" I'm gonna say amnesia. Or I guess time travel and then amnesia. Or maybe amnesia first, then some time travel? What I'm trying to say here is, "Look! Valerie Vaughn types in Morse code!"