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    I usually think Don Heck is underrated, and he did do some very nice Flash covers for DC, but he and another Marvel exile, the notorious Vince Colletta produced a real mess of foreshortening with this DC romance cover. It looks a bit like a fever dream.



    So bad it's good, so vote for it! You might even get some hip hints to help yourself!

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    Spawn #1
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulBullion View Post
    Roy Thomas switched from Marvel right over to Earth-2:

    The feels! That was such a great era.
    Every day is a gift, not a given right.

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    The masterful John Severin at EC


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    Mike Zeck at Charlton:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post

    Nice to know my cover isn't the only one with Zorak on it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nschornhorst View Post
    Nice to know my cover isn't the only one with Zorak on it!

    He got a bit of a makeover for the toy-line, kept the skin color and creepy attitude though.

    Great cover by the way, was a nice surprise to see Sienkiewicz take on vintage HB property Spaceghost.
    I think he did a Galaxy Trio for Future Quest too, (and way back a Johny Quest for Comico) would have love to have seen his take on Herculoids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post





    He got a bit of a makeover for the toy-line, kept the skin color and creepy attitude though.

    Great cover by the way, was a nice surprise to see Sienkiewicz take on vintage HB property Spaceghost.
    I think he did a Galaxy Trio for Future Quest too, (and way back a Johny Quest for Comico) would have love to have seen his take on Herculoids.
    Cool! I hadn't heard of that Zorak before.

    If I ever get money again, I may have to pick up some of those Hanna Barbera comics. The Herculoids are awesome. Certainly some of my favorites. Sienkiewicz did an ALF cover. I don't think anything he illustrates would surprise me after that.

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    Truly my favorite Crossgen, the one I most miss.

    f045110.jpg

    I keep hoping it will come back one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    The greatest forgotten group of indy characters and concept ever created:
    BIG JIM's WOLF P.A.C.K.

    While Kirby did concept, packaging design and the fantastic bold advert appearing in most (mid 70s) comics http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-KX5HsgnN8W...s1600/PACK.jpg

    The mini comic (published by Mattel) was drawn by none other than Marvel's Big
    John Giovanni Natale Buscema!...

    This looks like the worst Village People tribute band ever!

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    Walt Simonson!


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    I am going to take this literally and pick a cover that a Marvel Giant did after leaving the book that brought him fame.
    Ditko goes to DC



    Enjoy the cover, but I am not able to be online next week, so votes would be wasted.
    Last edited by Kirby101; 04-18-2019 at 08:17 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SquirrelMan View Post
    I usually think Don Heck is underrated, and he did do some very nice Flash covers for DC, but he and another Marvel exile, the notorious Vince Colletta produced a real mess of foreshortening with this DC romance cover. It looks a bit like a fever dream.



    So bad it's good, so vote for it! You might even get some hip hints to help yourself!
    That's some weird perspective going on within that cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxley View Post
    This looks like the worst Village People tribute band ever! : p
    LOL! I think there was a quick-change construction worker outfit too!
    Truth is Mattel & Kirby's designed Wolf P.A.C.K came first, although I wouldn't be surprised if Village People were in fact somewhat inspired by these exaggerated "Macho Men " There is more than enough subtext LOL. ; )

    At the time you probably couldn't open a comic without seeing the ad-


    Although he (and the line) were influenced by his won...
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxley View Post
    This looks like the worst Village People tribute band ever!
    One must award bonus points for that sweet gun that only seems to show a bigger picture of Big Jim.

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