This comic book advertisement from Movie Comics #1 (December 1946) complete with smoking jacket-wearing Hef could be the spiritual precursor to the classic ‘What sort of man reads Playboy‘ print ads that would appear in the adult magazine Playboy several years later.
Tags: Comic Book Ad
Chicks are pretty much useless in a crisis, aren’t they?
No, he didn’t use the branch to silence her annoying screeching.
From New Heroic Comics #94 (December 1954).
One of the advantages of having an advanced Kryptonian super-brain is that with a simple mental command, Clark Kent can switch from speaking about a subject to merely thinking about it! Truly, Superman is the Man of Tomorrow!
Tags: Thursday Night Thinking Superman
You’d never see Lois Lane being such a jerk. There’s aggressiveness in chasing down a lead for a news story and and then there is being just plain obnoxious and insulting. Great stand-alone panel from the Golden Age of comics, though.From Four Favorites #8 (December 1942).
Do modern comic book fans realize that without the superior coloring techniques of today’s creative teams that much of the art published in current magazines would get a high school kid a failing grade in art class? Imagine this art as black and white reprints in a trade collection.
From Cable & Deadpool #41 (August 2007).
Comic book puzzle from Teen Beat. I think it’s a rock star.
From Teen Beat #1 (November-December 1967).
This one is pretty much for Dr. Zaius
to play with.
From the Whitman Big Little Book, The Calcutta Affair (1967).
How this scene would have played if I wrote the Phantom.
From Ace Comics #116 (November 1946). Original here.
Just because it is the greatest Ditko panel ever.
Tags: Humor Comic Books
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Dang, Little Archie’s mom is HOT!
“…And stop wasting the whipped cream! I’m going to…er…use it tonight after you go on your trip.”
How did Archie’s 60 year old shlub of a Dad land such a young babe? He must have originally purchased her from some Walton Mountain family and keeps her locked in the basement in between sessions of drugging and hypnotism so she can’t run away.
From Little Archie #12 (1961).
Tags: Archie Silver Age Seduction of the Innocent
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