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Tag Archives: DC Comics
Here are The origins of DC Super-Villains, as envisioned by Stuart Immonen in the early 1990’s. As if Windsor McCay came back to life. With thanks to CalamityJon. (via Drawn)
DC Comics celebrates 20 years of The Sandman with a rather chaotic poster featuring all the main characters from the seminal comics series, drawn by (almost) all artists who drew the stories in the first place. Check out NY Magazine’s … Continue reading
This could be the single best thing that’s come out of the current DC glut so far…
Compare these two pages. On the left, a paper toy from Playboy, january 1998 (kindly provided by Mike Rhode) and on the right a similar do-it-yourself toy from DC’s new get-them-while-they’re-young title Super Friends. Ah, nothing new under the sun…
I love these vintage Fleer advertisments. If only they made them like this these days… From Big Town, issues 3, 18 and 21 respectively, published by DC comics, early 1950’s)
Al Capp’s Fearless Fosdick gets the traditional DC don’t-say-your-name-backwards in this 1955 ad for Wildroot hair products.
(from Pappy’s Golden Age Comics Blogzine)
In 1980, DC wanted to make some fuzz about the extra content pages they were adding to their books. The back-up stories were supposed to feature a whole stable of regular also-rans (if you don’t count Batman and Robin), and … Continue reading
From Batman #1. (Thanks, Dave)
DC boasting again. An award for “Constructive advancement in comic books”, imagine that. From Big Town, issue 36 (1955).