From Fantomah to Bat Girl
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To celebrate Independence Day, here is a collection of Uncle Sam images from various print media.
Since her introduction in 1975, Storm has assumed many roles: mutant, superhero, African goddess, pickpocket, claustrophobe, knife-fighting enthusiast, team leader, Black Panther’s arm candy, and fetish-fuel for Chris Claremont. This post is a visual summary of how artists portrayed Storm during the past three and a half decades.
Holidays and comics join forces to fight evil and sell merchandise… 1930s Cover by Craig Flessel (1939) 1940s Cover by unknown artist (1942)
From the 1930s to the present.
Happy Fourth of July! Let’s celebrate the holiday with America’s most patriotic hero. 1940s Cover by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby (1941) Cover by Al Avison (1942) Cover by Syd Shores (1944) Cover by [I have no idea] (1948) Cover by Martin Nodell (1949) 1950s Cover by John Romita, Sr. (1954) After several failed re-launches, [...]
Wonder Woman covers through the decades.