It was a rough one, but likely no matter how bad your year was, this New Year's Eve was about to be a real disaster for his guy, as you can "plane-ly" see on this cover to Forbidden Worlds #60 (November, 1957) by Ogden Whitney.
Saturday, December 31, 2022
Wednesday, December 28, 2022
Remembering the man and his life (December 28, 1992 to November 12, 2018), with a group of Marvel Comics that he wrote...
...that were one hundred issues!
Strange Tales #100 (September, 1962)
The first of the Stan Lee 100 issues, with a cover drawn by Jack Kirby and inked by Steve Ditko (names that would always be there to help Stan Lee reach his heights).
Journey Into Mystery #100 (January, 1964)
Here begins a run of stories that Stan Lee would be better known for, this one featuring Thor, the god of thunder!
Tales To Astonish #100 (February, 1968)
This issue features a battle royal between the two characters, Hulk and the Sub-Mariner, that shared the title.
Captain America #100 (April, 1968)
Here, Stan Lee returns to a character he had worked on since World War II (as Captain America took over the Tales To Suspense title that he had shared with Iron Man).
Fantastic Four #100 (July, 1970)
Stan Lee's great triumphant issue 100, where he had written all the previous issues of as well, along with Jack Kirby.
Amazing Spider-Man #100 (September, 1971)
Another Stan Lee triumph, as he had written all of the issues previously, though here, he had a few artists working with him over the decades, including Steve Ditko and John Romita.
This issue was reprinted in the eleventh Amazing Spider-Man Marvel Masterwork, and in the sixth Epic Collection of that series.
Sunday, December 25, 2022
May you and yours enjoy the holiday as much as young Impulse does, opening all his gifts from Max Mercury and Helen Claiborne watch with amusement, on this cover for Impulse #34 (February, 1998) by Craig Rousseau and Wayne Faucher (the story inside isn't Christmas related, instead a time travel story, where things go wrong....).
Saturday, December 24, 2022
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Friday, December 16, 2022
...Karate Kid invited his friends, the Legion Of Super-Heroes, back from the 30th century to share some time with him at a local mall.
Sadly, it was a mall that Superman villain, the Toyman, was going to rob. This put Saturn Girl, Lightning Lad, Sun Boy, Colossal Boy, Princess Projectra, Cosmic Boy, Shadow Lass, Brainiac 5 and Chameleon Boy into action for the Christmas holiday, in this December 1978 entry from the DC Calendar of Super-Spectacular Disasters by Jim Sherman and Jack Abel.
Tuesday, December 13, 2022
...with reprints of newspaper strips that revolve around Christmas from the 1940s and 1950s.
Sunday, December 11, 2022
John did a lot of big art in his time at Marvel, but few were as big as these covers covering Robert E. Howard's best known character.
Friday, December 9, 2022
While he also drew Wonder Woman interior pages much more frequently, the few covers he did were stunners!
Wonder Woman #253 and #255 (March and May, 1979)
Wonder Woman #256 and #258 (June and August, 1979)
Wonder Woman #259 and #260 (September and October, 1979)
Wonder Woman #263 (January, 1980)
These covers were all inked by Dick Giordano (who drew more than a few Wonder Woman covers on his own) except for #256, which was inked by Vince Colletta, and #260, which was inked by Frank Chiaramonte!
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
...and what better way than with Bugs Bunny's Christmas Party #6 (November, 1955), by Ralph Heimdahl and Don McLaughlin's painted cover...
...with Bugs, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, Petunia Pig, Tweety and Sylvester starting to celebrate the Christmas holiday in this Dell giant!