Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Cool Poster: Justice Society of America, They're Back!

This poster is smooth and cool like a cigarette. And yes, I have no idea what that means.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Animated Panels: Justice League #193

This issue of the Justice League of America #193, drawn by George Pérez was very cinematic in the panel structure as evident above. This issue is HIGHLY recommended.

Cool Pin-Ups: John Byrne's Fantastic Four

Cool Pin-Ups: George Pérez's Teen Titans

How cool would it be if these were released as 11 x 17 prints? Pretty damn cool!

Saturday, November 7, 2009


After this poster came out Dorks everywhere had a smoke:)

Cool Poster: John Byrne's Alpha Flight

This poster was made in the 1980's when Alpha Flight was cool and hadn't yet spiraled down the drain to lame.

Cool Posters: Michael Golden's Marvels

Clipped from Ebay seller, "Published in 1982, this was a clever little advertising gimmick from SQ Productions. Measuring 34 x 11 inches, it's basically an 8 page catalog that folded down to a 5.5 x 8.5 inch self-mailer. As a bonus for ordering the catalog, you get a GORGEOUS full color 11x17 poster (2 of the 8 pages of the catalog) by Michael Golden, featuring all the Marvel Super-Stars! Everyone from Uatu the Watcher to Shang Chi, Master of Kung-Fu, are assembled. In a nifty bit of teleporting, the X-Men's Nightcrawler appears twice in the poster! As you can see from the photo, this is a really nice piece of advertising - the best thing Marvel never published!"

I managed to score one of these off Ebay. I love this poster! and can't wait to get it framed.

Dynamic Forces released this lithograph in 2004. I prefer the white background.

Cool Posters: John Byrne's DC and Marvel Crossover, sort of.

These two posters were released in the 1980's.

I have been trying to buy them for awhile. Usually a bit pricey, so the hunt continues.

I do wonder who commissioned them to be made, since they are characters from two separate companies. If anyone knows please post a response.

Cool Posters: Secrets of the Batcave

This is a Batcave poster from the 1970's that came as a pull out from some magazine (Science Research Associates, Inc., a subsidiary of IBM). I found it and bought it on Ebay.