April 17, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

GYPSY MOTH by Sandy Plunkett (1986)
REAL NAME: Sybil DvorakOCCUPATION: Socialite, cult leaderPLACE OF BIRTH: Foscani, RomaniaPOWERS: A mutant with the power of psychokinesis, the ability to manipulate materials & objects with her mind. She can also use this power to fly.FIRST APPEARANCE: Spider-Woman #10  (Jan. 1979)

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GYPSY MOTH by Sandy Plunkett (1986)

REAL NAME: Sybil Dvorak
OCCUPATION: Socialite, cult leader
PLACE OF BIRTH: Foscani, Romania
POWERS: A mutant with the power of psychokinesis, the ability to manipulate materials & objects with her mind. She can also use this power to fly.
FIRST APPEARANCE: Spider-Woman #10  (Jan. 1979)

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April 17, 2014
justharleyquinn:

Harley - New 52 by Elias-Chatzoudis

justharleyquinn:

Harley - New 52 by Elias-Chatzoudis

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April 14, 2014

samspratt:

"Daenerys" - Illustration by samspratt

Finally finished. Had a little too much fun painting all that loose, whispy, wooshy, hair. Now right back to the art cave to continue research on a poster I’m particularly excited about.

April 14, 2014
daleksandgirls:

Krystal Orchid - @KrystalOrchid - krystalorchid
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daleksandgirls:

Krystal Orchid - @KrystalOrchid - krystalorchid

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April 14, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

DETECTIVE COMICS #788 (Jan. 2004)Cover Art by Tim Sale & Mark Chiarello 

jthenr-comics-vault:

DETECTIVE COMICS #788 (Jan. 2004)
Cover Art by Tim Sale & Mark Chiarello 

April 13, 2014
meinmyplace:

Cutie, cutie @megturney…
Get the app!

meinmyplace:

Cutie, cutie @megturney…

Get the app!

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April 13, 2014

geeksingarters:

Everyday is Batman underwear day

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April 12, 2014
pizzzatime:

boomerstarkiller67: The Flash - art by Carmine Infantino (1964)

pizzzatime:

boomerstarkiller67: The Flash - art by Carmine Infantino (1964)

April 6, 2014
lulubonanza:

Sideshow Collectibles: Harley Quinn by FabianMonk

lulubonanza:

Sideshow Collectibles: Harley Quinn by FabianMonk

April 6, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

WONDER WOMAN & SUPERMANAction Comics #600 (May 1988)John Byrne (pencils), George Perez (inks) & Tom Ziuko (colors)

jthenr-comics-vault:

WONDER WOMAN & SUPERMAN
Action Comics #600 (May 1988)
John Byrne (pencils), George Perez (inks) & Tom Ziuko (colors)

April 4, 2014

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March 31, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

Detective Comics #369 (November 1967)Art by Gil Kane & Murphy Anderson

jthenr-comics-vault:

Detective Comics #369 (November 1967)
Art by Gil Kane & Murphy Anderson

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March 31, 2014

THE BATMAN 
by
Bob Kane & Bill Finger
Neal Adams
Todd McFarlane
Brian Bolland
Kevin Maguire 
David Mazzucchelli
Frank Miller
Tim Sale
Bruce Timm
Alex Ross

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March 31, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

BATMAN (1966)
20 years after they were made, the Batman serials were gaining in popularity again. This prompted ABC and FOX to acquire the TV rights to the Batman comic strip and produce a Saturday morning series.
The idea started off as a more dramatic interpretation, similar to the serials but modernized. However the producers had never read a comic book before and concluded the only way to do the show was as a campy, pop-art comedy series. The result was a villain driven action-comedy that was more cartoonish than most animated tv shows of the day.
The show would only run for 3 seasons but would become incredibly influential. So much so that most people thought of Batmans as a comedic superhero who went on lighthearted adventures and wasn’t to be taken seriously. The flip side was Batman had become more popular than he ever had before and comics sales went through the roof. DC even incorporated a lot of the shows influences into the comics.
It would take another 30 years for the public to take Batman as the serious dark vigilante he once was. Most people hated the Batman series after it came and went. Blaming it for dumbing down the character. That’s what most likely led to his renaissance in the 80s that would lead to another feature film series. Most people today I think look back on it fondly as a crazy experiment in Batman’s legacy because there’s so much Dark Knight to counter the Go-Go dancing Batman. I think of it as campy fun but I too am grateful I can shut it off and watch The Dark Knight. 

jthenr-comics-vault:

BATMAN (1966)

20 years after they were made, the Batman serials were gaining in popularity again. This prompted ABC and FOX to acquire the TV rights to the Batman comic strip and produce a Saturday morning series.

The idea started off as a more dramatic interpretation, similar to the serials but modernized. However the producers had never read a comic book before and concluded the only way to do the show was as a campy, pop-art comedy series. The result was a villain driven action-comedy that was more cartoonish than most animated tv shows of the day.

The show would only run for 3 seasons but would become incredibly influential. So much so that most people thought of Batmans as a comedic superhero who went on lighthearted adventures and wasn’t to be taken seriously. The flip side was Batman had become more popular than he ever had before and comics sales went through the roof. DC even incorporated a lot of the shows influences into the comics.

It would take another 30 years for the public to take Batman as the serious dark vigilante he once was. Most people hated the Batman series after it came and went. Blaming it for dumbing down the character. That’s what most likely led to his renaissance in the 80s that would lead to another feature film series. Most people today I think look back on it fondly as a crazy experiment in Batman’s legacy because there’s so much Dark Knight to counter the Go-Go dancing Batman. I think of it as campy fun but I too am grateful I can shut it off and watch The Dark Knight. 

March 25, 2014
jthenr-comics-vault:

VENOM by Erik Larsen & Randy Emberlin

jthenr-comics-vault:

VENOM by Erik Larsen & Randy Emberlin

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