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  1. 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. 

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  3. browsethestacks:

The Far Side - Superman

    browsethestacks:

    The Far Side - Superman

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  5. 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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  7. rodrigobaeza:

Jack Davis: greeting card original art (1960’s)
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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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  9. 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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  11. True, true. True, true.
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    True, true.

    (Source: coolnessgraphed)

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  13. 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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  15. chrissamnee:

Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
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Oh Captain My Captain… America!!
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    chrissamnee:

    Oh Captain My Captain… America!!

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  17. thebristolboard:

Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906. thebristolboard:

Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906.
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    thebristolboard:

    Partial original Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday strip by Winsor McCay, featuring the first appearance of Flip, originally published by the New York Herald, March 4, 1906.

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  19. neilaglet:

Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.
neilaglet:

Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.
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    neilaglet:

    Totally drew Ethel Rosenberg backwards. Oops.

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