Then there was the time that the Phantom Stranger had to suit up to fight Charles Manson. Paul Kupperberg script. Dream team of Mike Mignola and P. Craig Russell on pencils/inks.
From the 1987 PHANTOM STRANGER miniseries.
Sound advice from Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy.
DC house ad, probably 1987. Oh hey, look. It says right there. 1987.
Why SyFy hasn’t made a SLASH MARAUD miniseries I’ll never understand.
Probably not, but you never know. COMICS INTERVIEW from 1987. No designer credited.
A pretty fascinating series of moments from the mid-late 80s in comics when this was a big deal. Now it only seems to be so if you’re trying to cross a border.
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The land where Lion-O and He-Man and the Care Bears and R2-D2 cavort and play together. Dare you behold STAR COMICS?
Explore the 80s.
Grand Prix 2. California Desert, 1987.
Grand Prix. California desert, 1987.
Desert party, 1987. Proof sheet 2.
There’s a picture of me in there. Middle of the second to bottom row.
I was young once, too.
Desert party, 1987. Proof sheet 1.
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Photos by me on the occasion of a bachelor party for one of our number. This would be third year of college over the course of three days that took us from Costa Mesa to Tucson to Kingman to Pahrump to Kelso Dunes and back home.
Pictured also: “The Moose” an early 70s Pontiac Grand Prix belonging to one Christopher Barrus.
Popples pop in to your nightmares.
Back cover of CHUCK NORRIS KARATE KOMMANDOS #3, 1987.