No! He’s not worth soiling yourself!
From RICHARD DRAGON #5, 1976. By Denny O’Neill, Wally Wood and Ric Estrada.
Offered without comment.
Sometimes Captain Marvel just has to spank a punk.
From SHAZAM! #19, 1975. Script by Elliot S! Maggin and art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Edited by the legendary Julius Schwartz.
This is vol. 3 of the book, tying in with the mid 70s television show. I’m wondering why this storyline never got shot as an episode…
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.
With this sequence, a thousand fantasies were launched.
And no, I’m not talking about kissing bug-headpiece-80s-Zatanna either.
From BLUE DEVIL #5, 1985. Gary Cohn and Dan Mishkin writers/co-creators, Paris Cullins pencils, Gary Martin inks, Todd Klein letters, Michele Wolfman colors.
DC has made comics fun again!
Blue Devil by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Paris Cullins and Pablo Marcos.
Yes, this comic series was fun and goofy and the equivalent of SIMON AND SIMON with just one Simon and a silly blue superhero suit. It was about the only DC title I read back in the day, though I’d eventually pick up Byrne’s MAN OF STEEL once that launched (and of course DARK KNIGHT). But those days before…
The first image scanned with new scanner. Fitting.
From WEIRD WAR TALES 89, 1980. Jim Starlin credited.
No, Batman! No!
From SUPERFRIENDS #29, 1980
However, it does make for all kinds of interesting takes on the composite Batman/Superman, right?
BATMAN’S DISEMBODIED COWL-FACE, YOU GUYS. Art by Ramona Fradon and Bob Smith, from E. Nelson Bridwell’s script. SUPERFRIENDS #29, 1980.
Then there was the time that Ramona Fradon drew Wonder Woman disappearing the rest of the Superfriends. From SUPERFRIENDS #29, 1980.