Happy Sunday vintage mates! Presenting: DC, Marvel and Semic Comics scans from The Authority, Suicide Squad, Uncanny X-Men VS X-23, Odyssey of the Amazons, Lord of the Rings, and Marvel’s Megamorphs and Legends.
It’s a new entry for the TVTA category archives as we present a selection of postcards from the 2002 collectable set for Emily the Strange.
Emily the Strange is a comic book character created by Rob Reger and features the delightfully dark and cynical young protaganist Emily, along with her four cats Sabbath, Miles, Nee Chee and Mystery.
As well as comic books, Emily the Strange appears as a clothing line, stationery, stickers, video games and fashion accessories. The featured postcards in this post were made as a set of 30, and TVTA has managed to get its inky fingers on 13 of them.
TVTA office cat Wooof highly approves today’s post! Bad kitty!
Wish You Were Here?
The reverse of the postcards are fun too, as they each have a slightly different design.
Here are two examples…
As always, thanks for looking 🙂
I’m still stoked after seeing the trailer for The Batman 2021 movie. You can count me in for a bit of gothic fun any day of the week, and this film looks like it’s going to deliver moody darkness in swathes of glory!
As such, it got me searching the archives for some mean and moody Batman comic book ads from the 90s.
If ye be bats, enjoy 🙂 🦇
TVTA is pleased to present an utterly thrill-tastic selection of 1980s and 90s Prog covers, Star Pin-Ups, Poster Covers, and more from British comic publication 2000 AD – featuring art by Carlos Ezquerra, Kevin O’Neil, Robin Smith, Massimo Belardinelli, Dave Gibbons, Jim McCarthy, Cliff Robinson, Brett Ewins, John Ridgway, Henry Flint, and Loaf.
Rejoice, brothers (and sisters) of Death!
Many readers of 2000 AD will know about Judge Death and the Four Dark Judges…
But how about the Sisters of Death: Nausea and Phobia?
Below panels from Judge Dredd: The Dead Man. The Sisters of Death – Nausea and Phobia. Art by John Ridgway.
Feeling ssssick yet? If Nausea and Phobia are a bit too much for you, there’s always mutant vampire bounty hunter Durham Red…
Introducing a selection of international mini adverts for comic books. These quarter-page and half-page ads were found between strips in the pages of popular 70s and 80s comics. Featuring publications for Human Fly, Buck Rogers, Star Trek, Zorro, Micronauts, Spider-Man, Superman, Tarzan, Sesame Street, Planet of the Apes, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Space 1999, Humbot and 2000 AD.