Thursday, May 28, 2015

Sensational (Superman) Superhero Shirt! Neal Adams! 1971 DC Comics Craziness!

Back again with yet another new terrific tee featuring classic superhero artwork from the past! This time, it's Neal Adams' famed 1971 cover art to SUPERMAN #233! This indelible image has been the inspiration for everything from model kits to posters, and here it is, slammed onto a titanic top, at last! Click below to enlarge!

BONUS! Click below to see the above awesome artwork applied to alternate and additional applications!

BONUS BONUS! Click below to see yet another take on this captivating cover art!

Above: It's my own version of the sensational scene, this time
drawn as a cover for an animal charity comic book! Read more
about it here!

Above: And even my cover art made it onto a T-shirt!

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Sad SPIDER-MAN 70s Strips! The Final Chapter For the Prowler--And Us!

Last time, we watched as a confused Spidey finally was set straight as to the mysterious Prowler's criminal intentions! And now, even as the reformed crook rushes into the open arms of his appreciative girlfriend, our own sad-sack Spidey returns to his weary and woebegone life. So what else is new, right? Another rare 1979 installment from Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.!

This is the final installment for the long-running Spidey strips here!
Thanks once again to the generous Steven Thompson for making
these rare clippings available!