Posted: May 27, 2016 Filed under: Art & Culture, Comics, Entertainment | Tags: American comic book, Batman, Batman (comic book), Brian Bolland, Comic book, DC Comics, DC Universe, Geoff Johns, Harley Quinn, Joker (comics), Superman, Two-Face
Batman #68 (DC, 1951) Perhaps the definitive Two-Face cover. Harvey Dent appearance. Atomic explosion panels. Win Mortimer cover. Dick Sprang and Bob Kane art.
Posted: October 11, 2015 Filed under: History, Mediasphere, Politics, Think Tank, White House | Tags: Academic freedom, African American, American City Business Journals, American College of Physicians, American comic book, American Dream, American University, American way, media, PJTV, Poll, United States, video
According to a new poll, most Americans think our country is not as great as it once was. Who do we blame?
Posted: September 7, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Comics, Entertainment | Tags: American comic book, Batman, DC Comics, Detective Comics, John Romita, Justice Society of America, More Fun Comics, Nick Fury, Sr., Tales of Suspense, Wonder Woman
Classic cover by Russ Heath from Journey Into Mystery #1, published by Atlas Comics, June 1952.
Posted: May 12, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Comics, Entertainment | Tags: 1940s, American comic book, Atomic Comics, Comic book, Comics, design, graphics, Illustration, Lettering, Matt Baker, pulp fiction, Science fiction, typography, vintage
Cover Art by Matt Baker, the first (known) African American Comic Book Artist.
Posted: January 18, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Comics | Tags: Amazing Adventures, American comic book, Captain America, Comics, design, Illustration, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Lettering, Marvel Comics, Marvel Mystery Comics, Superhero, vintage
CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS #1 (March 1941)
By Jack Kirby & Joe Simon