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 by 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.