Friday, January 01, 2021

Today in Comics History , January 1, 1943: And that's why they call it the Nazi Party


from Jenny Sparks: The Secret History of the Authority #4 (WildStorm, November 2000), script by Mark Millar, pencils by John McCrea, inks by James Hodgkins, colors by Ian Hannin, letters by Bill O'Neil

Today in Comics History, January 1, 1776: Maybe you oughta take the Union Jack outta your flag, George


from "The Story of Old Glory" in Real Life Comics #4 (Pines, April 1942), creators uncredited

Today in Comics History, January 1: Aunt May gave Peter new luggage for Christmas


from Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 series) #15 (Marvel, February 1997), script by Tom DeFalco, pencils by Joe Bennett, inks by Tim Dzon, colors by Ian Laughlin, letters by Jack Morelli

Today in Comics History, January 1, 1913: Hitler is fired



from Jenny Sparks: The Secret History of the Authority #4 (WildStorm, November 2000), script by Mark Millar, pencils by John McCrea, inks by James Hodgkins, colors by Ian Hannin, letters by Bill O'Neil

Today In Comics History, January 1, 1863: Whoa, don't cross that off your "finished" list yet, Lincoln


from "The Case of the Patriotic Crimes!" in All-Star Comics #41 (DC, June-July 1948), script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Frank Giacoia

Today in Comics History, January 1, 2013: Jenny Sparks celebrates her 13th birthday with a Knickerbocker Glory and a Camel


from Jenny Sparks: The Secret History of the Authority #4 (WildStorm, November 2000), script by Mark Millar, pencils by John McCrea, inks by James Hodgkins, colors by Ian Hannin, letters by Bill O'Neil

Today in Comics History, January 1, 1989: Cult building conveniently painted bright orange


from D.P. 7 #31 (Marvel/New Universe, May 1989), script by Mark Gruenwald, pencils by Paul Ryan, inks by Danny Bulanadi, colors by Paul Becton, letters by Janice Chiang

Today in Comics History, January 1, 2000: Why not 2 K?


from "Triumph Over Tragedy" in Superman: Lex 2000 one-shot (DC, January 2001), script by Jeph Loeb, pencils by Tony Harris, inks by Ray Snyder, colors by Tanya Horie and Richard Horie, letters by Comicraft

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