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    foxley

    with honorable mentions to Westphillypunisher, ChadH, seismic-2 and Ajax_X and for their Wally Wood covers, ed2962 for Frazetta, and Scott Taylor for that Border Worlds cover.

    So many great overs to choose from this week.

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    Ajax-X

    (I nearly went with LordMikel, but personally I think that is a VR suit rather than a spacesuit.)

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    CaptCleghorn this week.

    Applause to kjn, worstblogever, Shalla Bal, and Ajax_X for runner ups!

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    I'm voting for PaulBullion. Fury in space by Steranko! Good enough for me!
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    Darknight Detective for the dead guy.
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    I vote Seismic-2!

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    Jim Kelly in his first go here.
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    WestPhillyPunisher

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    Ravin Ray, very cool early Flash Gordon comic.

    And thanks everyone for posting such great covers.
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    CaptCleghorn This week
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    Ajax_X for a great Wood spacemen vs. monster cover

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    seismic-2 'cuz that cover proves Wally Wood was wasted doing anything other than designing spacesuits NASA or the Soviets.

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    Honorable Mentions this week go to: PaulBullion, kjn, worstblogever, ChadH, Kai "the spy", Enigmatic Undead, Greg Hatcher, and WestPhillyPunisher.

    But my vote this week was for a cover that was rock-solid, courtesy of Jim Kelly:
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    Okay, thanks.

    I just wanted to post this cover because it's the one that I always think of in relation to astronauts and the moon.



    It's for SUPERMANíS PAL, JIMMY OLSEN No. 126 (January 1970), which went on sale November 25, 1969, some months after the first moon landing. And probably the earlist that comic artists would have had photographic reference they could use--you can see the LEM on the cover. Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson got almost everything right, but they messed up the Earth--it should be tilted 90 degrees, something anyone at the time would have known from having seen the moon landing the previous summer (as I had). It seems strange that Curt and Murph were so faithful in everything else but not that detail. Nevertheless, that cover makes me feel like Iím there on the moon.

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    It's been another week of great covers.

    Iron Maiden gets my vote this week for reminding me of a show that I totally loved as a kid.

    Honorable mentions go to Foxley and Ravin' Ray.
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    Two covers that came to mind, but didn't fit the contest guidelines.

    This is a paperback book cover by Darrell Sweet



    And this haunting Corben Creepy cover of an spaceman.

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