Saturday, February 01, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 32*: With great power comes great lecturing other people


Panels from Spider-Man & the X-Men #1 (February 2015), script by Elliott Kalan, pencils and inks by Marco Failla, colors by Ian Herring, letters by Clayton Cowles

*Oh no! Now I have to actually start calculating what day of the year it is!

I'm pretty sure this is hanging up in the Batcave next to the Pirelli Calendar

Look, I'll admit it: you can't you use this calendar to tell the proper dates of February 2020 (it's for 2019, oddly enough, even though it was published in 2014). But you can put it up and have cheesecake! Yay! Who doesn't love cheesecake?


Cover of Detective Comics (2011 series) #32 (August 2014); pencils, inks, and colors by Ant Lucia

The 1992 2020 Marvel Age Calendar: In February it will be / A Rick Jones month-long bad joke spree

"The 1992 Marvel Age Calendar: January" from Marvel Age #110 (March 1992);
by Mike Lackey and Darren Auck
(Click picture to Leap Day-size)

By the way, I made a Photoshop edit to this calendar to correct an error. Can you spot where I made it? Here the original panel as a hint:


Friday, January 31, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 31: Kurt Wagner, Plagiarist


Panel from Uncanny X-Men (1963 series) #188 (December 1984), script by Chris Claremont, breakdowns by John Romita, Jr., finishes by Dan Green, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by Tom Orzechowski

Thursday, January 30, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 30: Even Harvey Dent here agrees


Back cover of Marvel Treasury Edition #1 [The Spectacular Spider-Man] (September 1974), pencils and inks by John Romita, Sr.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 29: Walking Tall


Panel from "Marvelpocalypse Now!" in Marvel: Now What? one-shot (December 2013), script by Elliot Kalan; pencils, inks, and colors by Jacob Chabot; letter by Clayton Cowles

Today in Comics History,: Alan Moore attempts to stump Jess Nevins


Panel from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #3 (October 2018), script by Alan Moore, pencils and inks by Kevin O'Neill, colors by Ben Dimagmaliw, letters by Todd Klein

No, of course Alan Moore didn't make it up.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 28: Steve Jobs, the Spectacular Spider-Man


Panel from Amazing Spider-Man (2015 series) #1 (December 2015), script by Dan Slott, pencils by Giuseppe Camuncoli, inks by Cam Smith, colors by Marte Gracia, letters by Joe Caramagna

Today in Comics History: Reading in the nude becomes popular, except upon Naugahyde


Panels from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #2 (June 2018), script by Alan Moore, pencils and inks by Kevin O'Neill, colors by Ben Dimagmaliw, letters by Todd Klein


Monday, January 27, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 27: So...pretty much just like our universe, huh?


Panels from What If? (1977 series) #19 (February 1980), script by Peter Gillis, pencils by Pat Broderick, inks by Mike Esposito, colors by Roger Slifer, letters by Tom Orzechowski

Sunday, January 26, 2020

365 Days of Power and Responsibility, Day 26: With ultimate power there must come ultimate responsibility


Panel from Ultimate Comics Spider-Man (2011 series) #4 (January 2012), script by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and inks by Sara Pichelli, colors by Justin Ponsor, letters by Cory Petit