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  1. I don’t think he was ever any less serious in...

    I don’t think he was ever any less serious in forging peaceful coexistence, and that he didn’t need an island to genuinely mean it either. Then again, even Martin Luther King, whom I’ve seen been...
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    Pre-Code Horror

    An appreciation thread for horror-related comic books published before 1955. Among my personal favorites are Weird Tales of the Future, featuring art by Basil Wolverton. His art and the horror genre...
  3. First 50 years of Marvel appreciation (1939-1989)

    An appreciation thread for the material Marvel published in their first half-century of existence.

    Their comics published during this time include:

    The Amazing Spider-Man (1963)

    Fantastic...
  4. Yep, been realizing more and more how superhero...

    Yep, been realizing more and more how superhero comics, at least mainstream ones, don’t really lend themselves the best when attempting to give productive overviews and analyses of real-life...
  5. And one by a Superman actor himself: The...

    And one by a Superman actor himself:

    The Muppet Show (1980):
    ...
  6. HELP! (1965): ...

    HELP! (1965):

    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-8QuO0Bb-tdk/W3BG-tG_DhI/AAAAAAAAIaU/puY6oav4RsUjl9BfT94ksE4Nxs3nouo7QCLcBGAs/s1600/beatles-John.jpg

    Mork & Mindy (1977):
    ...
  7. Ditko’s art for Shade is definitely a highlight...

    Ditko’s art for Shade is definitely a highlight of the art drawn for DC in general:

    https://i.imgur.com/NiVKf9a.jpg
  8. So cool how Schomburg made paired versions of his...

    So cool how Schomburg made paired versions of his covers.
  9. Pre-Crisis DC Appreciation (1935-1985)

    An appreciation thread for the material DC published before the universe-altering Crisis on Infinite Earths.

    Their comics published during this time include:

    Detective Comics (1937)

    Action...
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    One of the great DC romance artists, Ric Estrada:...

    One of the great DC romance artists, Ric Estrada:

    Secret Hearts #140 (December, 1969):

    https://i.imgur.com/uB0vAAQ.jpg

    Young Romance #165 (April, 1970):

    https://i.imgur.com/gvPM83n.jpg
  11. More Carl Barks art highlights: Four Color...

    More Carl Barks art highlights:

    Four Color #223 (April, 1949):

    https://i.imgur.com/BF1TpRX.jpg

    Uncle Scrooge #5 (March, 1954):

    https://i.imgur.com/5REO9z9.jpg
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    Poll: More Charlton Ted Kord: Blue Beetle #2...

    More Charlton Ted Kord:

    Blue Beetle #2 (August, 1967):

    https://box01.comicbookplus.com/viewer/f5/f54ae0536ff02d7c73c94a9624e72088/15.jpg

    Blue Beetle #4 (December, 1967):
    ...
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    Neal Adams: ...

    Neal Adams:

    https://66.media.tumblr.com/3ef946e12ca83040a0b898d8c0e72444/tumblr_n4i8zxU6x11rg2hh5o1_1280.png
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    Basil Wolverton’s work on Powerhouse Pepper is...

    Basil Wolverton’s work on Powerhouse Pepper is also a favorite of mine:

    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-UNHjUmMf17s/UuRj48fV1TI/AAAAAAABaH8/luus99xccSU/s1600/Millie+09045.jpg
    ...
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    Pre-Code Horror

    An appreciation thread for horror-related comic books published before 1955. Among my personal favorites are Weird Tales of the Future, featuring art by Basil Wolverton. His art and the horror genre...
  16. Sticky: Sci-fi definitely lends itself to great...

    Sci-fi definitely lends itself to great creativity and imagery. I felt that Jack Burnley’s art for Action Comics #30 (November, 1940) definitely showed that:

    https://i.imgur.com/LfSbTPD.jpg
  17. Definitely wanted to talk more about Carl Barks,...

    Definitely wanted to talk more about Carl Barks, whom I previously mentioned. His approach when it came to drawing the Duck family’s adventures made them feel more special and grandiose:

    Four...
  18. Raboy is noted more for his covers, though the...

    Raboy is noted more for his covers, though the interiors he did are quite good too, like for Green Lama #3:

    https://i.imgur.com/rWnBPsv.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/LSDqlu5.jpg
    ...
  19. Sticky: Neal Adams: https://i.imgur.com/r0yELxL.jpg ...

    Neal Adams:

    https://i.imgur.com/r0yELxL.jpg

    Renato Guedes:

    https://i.imgur.com/wXxVnEA.jpg

    Rich Buckler:
  20. Sticky: Jesus Merino: https://i.imgur.com/o4YoYwd.jpg...

    Jesus Merino:

    https://i.imgur.com/o4YoYwd.jpg

    Jim Lee:

    https://i.imgur.com/b9xWR8Z.jpg

    Jose Luis Garcia Lopez:
  21. Sticky: Gray Morrow: https://i.imgur.com/DB7NMqw.jpg ...

    Gray Morrow:

    https://i.imgur.com/DB7NMqw.jpg

    Ian Churchill:

    https://i.imgur.com/v7zi5Ru.jpg

    Jack Burnley:
  22. Sticky: Anyway, more artists: Alex Ross: ...

    Anyway, more artists:

    Alex Ross:

    https://i.imgur.com/qGAynGS.jpg

    Dick Sprang:

    https://i.imgur.com/1cbbtw6.jpg
  23. Sticky: An mo which may have not been one of the...

    An mo which may have not been one of the better/more popular approaches for Superman.
  24. Jack Kirby Will Eisner Neal Adams Carl...

    Jack Kirby

    Will Eisner

    Neal Adams

    Carl Barks

    Harvey Kurtzman
  25. Sticky: Jerry Ordway (1988): ...

    Jerry Ordway (1988):

    https://i.imgur.com/aHvR0mw.jpg

    Steve Rude (1990):

    https://i.imgur.com/MzVXgjC.jpg

    José Ladrönn (1999):
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