Here's another piece of indelible art from my own collection! Below is a pulse-pounding page (pencilled by fearless Frank Robbins), as seen within the memorable CAPTAIN AMERICA #190, from the sizzling summer of '75! Robbins was a controversial artist then, in those days when the comics characters had an established "look" (as opposed to today, where anything goes), so many fans were less than thrilled over his wild lay-outs, dizzying sense of motion, and rubbery, dynamic figures! Like him or no, he's not helped here by the anemic inks by Vince Colletta (did somebody say "controversial?") on this page, but…Just click below to enlarge!
|Above, left: The original '75 artwork from CAP #190, by Frank Robbins |
and Vince Colletta, and how it appeared (right) in the actual comic!
|Above: The artwork, as displayed in my own home! |
You can view that 1979 ANT-MAN cover here!
BONUS! Click below to enlarge the captivating cover that housed the above awesome art!
|Above, left: The cover art to 1975's CAPTAIN AMERICA #190, by Gil Kane |
and Joe Sinnott! Also, note the many uses of this amazing art, appearing
on a 70s "Slurpee" cup and a drinking glass, both from the 7-11 folks!