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THE AVENGERS #4 (March 1964)
Art by Jack Kirby (pencils), George Roussos (inks) & Stan Goldberg (colors)
Words by Stan Lee

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Batman and Robin by Alan Davis and Paul Neary

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Batman and Robin by Alan Davis and Paul Neary

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Not Since That NightDetective Comics Vol. 1 #577 (August 1987)Art by Todd McFarlane, Alfredo Alcala & Adrienne RoyWords by Mike W. Barr

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Not Since That Night
Detective Comics Vol. 1 #577 (August 1987)

Art by Todd McFarlane, Alfredo Alcala & Adrienne Roy
Words by Mike W. Barr

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Star Wars Battlefront Posters - Created by Ryan Ritterbusch

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Leo vs. FlowerTMNT ADVENTURES #3 (July 1989)Art by Ken Mitchroney (pencils), Dave Garcia (inks) & Barry Grossman (colors)Words by Beth & Ken Mitchroney

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Leo vs. Flower
TMNT ADVENTURES #3 (July 1989)
Art by Ken Mitchroney (pencils), Dave Garcia (inks) & Barry Grossman (colors)
Words by Beth & Ken Mitchroney

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
S H E - H U L KFantastic Four #284 (Nov. 1985)John Byrne (pencils), Al Gordon (inks) & Glynis Oliver (colors)

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

S H E - H U L K
Fantastic Four #284 (Nov. 1985)
John Byrne (pencils), Al Gordon (inks) & Glynis Oliver (colors)

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The Amazing Spider-Man #121 (the issue where Gwen dies) // Newly released promo image for The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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There’s a BatmanDETECTIVE COMICS #577 (Aug. 1987)Art by Todd McFarlane (pencils), Alfredo Alcala (inks) & Adrienne Roy (colors)

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There’s a Batman
DETECTIVE COMICS #577 (Aug. 1987)
Art by Todd McFarlane (pencils), Alfredo Alcala (inks) & Adrienne Roy (colors)

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Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #202 (July 1993)Art by Sal Buscema & Bob Sharen

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Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #202 (July 1993)
Art by Sal Buscema & Bob Sharen

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They Are VenomSpectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #202 (July 1993)Art by Sal Buscema & Bob Sharen

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They Are Venom
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 #202 (July 1993)
Art by Sal Buscema & Bob Sharen

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THE AVENGERS #1.5 (Dec. 1999)Cover Art by Bruce Timm
In this “missing” Avengers story, the newly found team faces Doctor Doom for the first time. It’s a great  and authentic throwback to those early Marvel Age stories. Including those silly “body improvement” ads prevalent in those early 60’s issues, which Roger Stern lovingly parodies
It’s funny how a relatively common comic book is really a rarity. I thought I’d never find it, until today that is. Timm very seldom did/does interior work, especially for an entire issue. But for him to do work for a publisher other than DC is a rare treat.
This comic also begs the question: Why can’t Bruce Timm do the art for every comic? At least most. His style is sorely missed. 

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THE AVENGERS #1.5 (Dec. 1999)
Cover Art by Bruce Timm

In this “missing” Avengers story, the newly found team faces Doctor Doom for the first time. It’s a great  and authentic throwback to those early Marvel Age stories. Including those silly “body improvement” ads prevalent in those early 60’s issues, which Roger Stern lovingly parodies

It’s funny how a relatively common comic book is really a rarity. I thought I’d never find it, until today that is. Timm very seldom did/does interior work, especially for an entire issue. But for him to do work for a publisher other than DC is a rare treat.

This comic also begs the question: Why can’t Bruce Timm do the art for every comic? At least most. His style is sorely missed. 

dcmagic:

Batman scares me sometimes…

And then… takes his girl out for ice cream

WTF