COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
S T E V E  C A R S O NNew Comics #10 (Nov. 1936)Art by Joe Shuster

COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

S T E V E  C A R S O N
New Comics #10 (Nov. 1936)
Art by Joe Shuster

Steve & Bucky in Camp LehighCAPTAIN AMERICA #3 (May 1941)By Jack Kirby & Joe Simon 

Steve & Bucky in Camp Lehigh
CAPTAIN AMERICA #3 (May 1941)
By Jack Kirby & Joe Simon 

thebristolboard:

Classic cover by Maurice Whitman from Planet Comics #71, published by Fiction House, Summer 1953.

thebristolboard:

Classic cover by Maurice Whitman from Planet Comics #71, published by Fiction House, Summer 1953.

michaelallanleonard:

Maurice Whitman, 1951

michaelallanleonard:

Maurice Whitman, 1951

SUPERMAN #13 (Dec. 1941)Art Leo Nowak Words by Jerry Sigel

SUPERMAN #13 (Dec. 1941)
Art Leo Nowak 
Words by Jerry Sigel

ryanmcswain:

"The Mysterious Beauty"
Sun Girl #2 (October, 1948)

ryanmcswain:

"The Mysterious Beauty"

Sun Girl #2 (October, 1948)

"PEANUTS" (Jan. 10, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz "PEANUTS" (Jan. 10, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz "PEANUTS" (Jan. 10, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz "PEANUTS" (Jan. 10, 1951)By Charles M. Schulz
lifeascomics:

Simon/ Kirby romance comics or explicit comics..

lifeascomics:

Simon/ Kirby romance comics or explicit comics..

kirbycovers:

First Love #67(Aug. 1956) 

kirbycovers:

First Love #67
(Aug. 1956) 

Original art forBULLSEYE #3 (Nov. 1954)By Jack Kirby

Original art for
BULLSEYE #3 (Nov. 1954)
By Jack Kirby

MEN’S ADVENTURES #27 (May 1957)"The Girl Who Was Afraid"Art by Mort Lawrence Atlas Comics MEN’S ADVENTURES #27 (May 1957)"The Girl Who Was Afraid"Art by Mort Lawrence Atlas Comics
REAL CLUE CRIME STORIES Vol.2, #7 (Sept. 1947)Art by Jack Kirby & Joe Sinnott

REAL CLUE CRIME STORIES Vol.2, #7 (Sept. 1947)
Art by Jack Kirby & Joe Sinnott

comicslams:

Darling Love Vol. 1 No. 9, 1952

comicslams:

Darling Love Vol. 1 No. 9, 1952

Wonder Woman seemed to have a particular problem with invaders from Mars, a planet that was home to her nemesis the Duke of Deception.
SENSATION COMICS #104 (Aug. 1951)Cover Art by Irwin Hasen & Bernard Sachs

Wonder Woman seemed to have a particular problem with invaders from Mars, a planet that was home to her nemesis the Duke of Deception.

SENSATION COMICS #104 (Aug. 1951)
Cover Art by Irwin Hasen & Bernard Sachs

thecomicsvault:

SUPERMAN TOY (1939)Produced by the Novelty and Ideal Toy Company, this first Superman figure was jointed and made of wood.

thecomicsvault:

SUPERMAN TOY (1939)
Produced by the Novelty and Ideal Toy Company, this first Superman figure was jointed and made of wood.