Is there a cheap analyst out there?

1970s and 80s slightly unhinged comic covers

Is the world dangerous or mad? Or both? Do you continue to possess your own name? What’s that growing silently in the corner of your mind? And why so serious all of a sudden? Because nothing’s very funny anymore, and in case you didn’t notice we’re sinking slowly into the mire. Yes, but why so angry? So changeble? Because we’ve painted ourselves into a corner we can’t get out of, and have finally conquered ourselves. Ah, that would be the inherent human condition to destruct itself, yes? Yes. Now how much do I owe you?

Time to let off some steam with comic covers from the 1970s and 80s featuring characters, stories and themes whose worlds have come undone. Artwork by Kirby, Kubert, Alcala, Severin, Veitch, Trimpe, Sutton, Colan, Ordway, O’Neill and Dillon.

Please pay the therapy bill on the way out.

2000 AD. Sci-Fi Special. Cover by Steve Dillon. 1988.


Marvel 50th Premiere. Alice Cooper. Sutton and Austin. 1979.


Little Shop of Horrors. Cover by Gene Colan. 1986.


Batman Official Movie Adaption. Cover by Jerry Ordway. 1989.


Swamp Thing No.85. Cover by Tom Veitch. 1989.


The Mighty World of Marvel No.107. Cover by Herb Trimpe. 1974.


Weird War Tales No.25. Cover by Alfred P Alcala. 1974.


Kull No.19. Cover by Severin, 1976.


Claw the Unconquered No.11. Cover by Joe Kubert. 1978.


Marshal Law. Cover by Kevin O’Neill. 1988.


 

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