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docshaner:

VULTAN. Since this is in the back of issue #4 of Flash Gordon I feel alright about posting it here. I’m really glad I get a chance to draw Vultan and the rest of the Hawkmen in upcoming issues. I know he’s a favorite among fans of the movie so I’m excited for folks to see him when he shows up.

docshaner:

VULTAN. Since this is in the back of issue #4 of Flash Gordon I feel alright about posting it here. I’m really glad I get a chance to draw Vultan and the rest of the Hawkmen in upcoming issues. I know he’s a favorite among fans of the movie so I’m excited for folks to see him when he shows up.

davidmarquez:

The Thing by Art Adams

davidmarquez:

The Thing by Art Adams

brianmichaelbendis:

Byrne Fantastic Four corner box art circa 1981.

brianmichaelbendis:

Byrne Fantastic Four corner box art circa 1981.

Who Is John Eden?
Yours Truly reviews Fantastic Four issue 8 by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk and asks the question over.  Take a read and see what I think right HERE!

Who Is John Eden?

Yours Truly reviews Fantastic Four issue 8 by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk and asks the question over.  Take a read and see what I think right HERE!

kristaferanka:

marvel now Darla Deerin

kristaferanka:

marvel now Darla Deerin

dailyfantastic:

FF #103:
Right, right. Anyway, just to recap: apparently today, Namor has decided that he doesn’t take the lives of surface dwellers lightly, which is big talk from a guy who once sent a giant whale to destroy downtown Manhattan because a girl didn’t want to date him.

FYI, you’re gonna be using that hashtag a lot on the post-Kirby period while Stan Lee is writing.  Take notice that the number of issues per arc/complete story increases dramatically…  Some might say absurdly.
For reference, the hashtag in question:
#if it seems like i’m repeating myself it’s because this arc while not terrible is not remarkable either

dailyfantastic:

FF #103:

Right, right. Anyway, just to recap: apparently today, Namor has decided that he doesn’t take the lives of surface dwellers lightly, which is big talk from a guy who once sent a giant whale to destroy downtown Manhattan because a girl didn’t want to date him.

FYI, you’re gonna be using that hashtag a lot on the post-Kirby period while Stan Lee is writing.  Take notice that the number of issues per arc/complete story increases dramatically…  Some might say absurdly.

For reference, the hashtag in question:

#if it seems like i’m repeating myself it’s because this arc while not terrible is not remarkable either

Just About the Best Issue So Far!
Yours Truly’s continuing coverage of Dynamite Comics’ Flash Gordon series continues with yet another review, this time of Flash Gordon issue 4.  Check it out HERE!!!

Just About the Best Issue So Far!

Yours Truly’s continuing coverage of Dynamite Comics’ Flash Gordon series continues with yet another review, this time of Flash Gordon issue 4.  Check it out HERE!!!

That-There Moment When…
Johnny picks up Yours Truly’s copy of Miracleman issue 9 without knowin’ what he’s gettin’ himself into.

That-There Moment When…

Johnny picks up Yours Truly’s copy of Miracleman issue 9 without knowin’ what he’s gettin’ himself into.

Yours Truly Reviews THAT Issue…
Yup, it’s time for Miracleman issue 9.  Take a read and see what I thought right HERE.

Yours Truly Reviews THAT Issue…

Yup, it’s time for Miracleman issue 9.  Take a read and see what I thought right HERE.

dailyfantastic:

FF #102:
…Also, the plot point about Ben being sick means we also get Ben sneezing really loudly and almost destroying Crystal, Johnny, and “the whole furshlugginer building,” which is now what I’m going to refer to my home as.

Bless me…

dailyfantastic:

FF #102:

…Also, the plot point about Ben being sick means we also get Ben sneezing really loudly and almost destroying Crystal, Johnny, and “the whole furshlugginer building,” which is now what I’m going to refer to my home as.

Bless me…