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  1. westcoastavengers:

    Batman & Superman Beyond by Yvan Quinet

    One of the nicer Batman Beyond interpretations I’ve seen. Nifty.

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  3. It’s time for Dragon Con in the ATL! In honor of my favorite annual geek fest, I give you one of my prized possessions: Fantastic Four #50, signed by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee! Also signed were #’s 48 and 49, making a compete set of the introduction of the Silver Surfer and Galactus.
I bought the issues at the Dallas Fantasy Fair back the mid-90’s and pleaded with Mrs. Kirby to let her husband sign all three (I think he was only signing a total of two books per person). Fast forward 15 years and Stan Lee completes the set at Dragon Con 2010.
My Geek credentials are gold plated, certified, bona fide, and irrevocable. 
Booyah! It’s time for Dragon Con in the ATL! In honor of my favorite annual geek fest, I give you one of my prized possessions: Fantastic Four #50, signed by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee! Also signed were #’s 48 and 49, making a compete set of the introduction of the Silver Surfer and Galactus.
I bought the issues at the Dallas Fantasy Fair back the mid-90’s and pleaded with Mrs. Kirby to let her husband sign all three (I think he was only signing a total of two books per person). Fast forward 15 years and Stan Lee completes the set at Dragon Con 2010.
My Geek credentials are gold plated, certified, bona fide, and irrevocable. 
Booyah!
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    It’s time for Dragon Con in the ATL! In honor of my favorite annual geek fest, I give you one of my prized possessions: Fantastic Four #50, signed by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee! Also signed were #’s 48 and 49, making a compete set of the introduction of the Silver Surfer and Galactus.

    I bought the issues at the Dallas Fantasy Fair back the mid-90’s and pleaded with Mrs. Kirby to let her husband sign all three (I think he was only signing a total of two books per person). Fast forward 15 years and Stan Lee completes the set at Dragon Con 2010.

    My Geek credentials are gold plated, certified, bona fide, and irrevocable. 

    Booyah!

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  5. directedbychuckjones:

    Brick-a-Brack-a, Firecracker, Sis-Boom-Bah, Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny, Rah! Rah! Rah!

    "Super Rabbit," directed by Chuck Jones and released in 1943. Top and bottom, original lobby cards; center, original layout drawing by Chuck Jones, graphite on 12 field animation paper. 

    (via thebristolboard)

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  7. browsethestacks:

The Far Side - Superman

    browsethestacks:

    The Far Side - Superman

    (via thebristolboard)

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  9. thebristolboard:

    "Modern Art, or… Art for Art’s Sake" by Dave Berg from Riot #3, published by Marvel Comics, August 1954.

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  11. rodrigobaeza:

Jack Davis: greeting card original art (1960’s)
rodrigobaeza:

Jack Davis: greeting card original art (1960’s)
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    rodrigobaeza:

    Jack Davis: greeting card original art (1960’s)

    (Source: ebay.com, via jackdavisfoundation)

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  13. pixoholic:

    foxingquarterly:

    xombiedirge:

    Ultimate Spider-Man Character Designs by John Paul Leon

    Always a big fan of John Paul Leon.

    Can’t believe I haven’t seen that top set before. So awesome.

    How much don I love John Paul Leon’s work? Let me count the ways…!

    (via projectrooftop)

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  15. True, true. True, true.
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    True, true.

    (Source: coolnessgraphed)

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  17. Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great. Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great.
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    Lee, wherever you are, dude, I love your work. Seriously. It’s just great.

    (Source: neilaglet)

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  19. chrissamnee:

Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
chrissamnee:

Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
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    chrissamnee:

    Oh Captain My Captain… America!!

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