Author: The Marvel Age of Comics

tompalmerillustration: Wolverine #15, page 10…

tompalmerillustration:

Wolverine #15, page 10. Marvel Comics, 2004. Pencils by Darick Robertson. Inks by Tom Palmer.

johnbyrnedraws: Fantastic Four #263, page 11 …

johnbyrnedraws:

Fantastic Four #263, page 11 by John Byrne & Glynis Wein. 1984.

travisellisor: the cover to Marvel Age (1983)…

travisellisor:

the cover to Marvel Age (1983) #138 by Lee Weeks and Jung Choi

travisellisor: Cable card from the 1993 Skybo…

travisellisor:

Cable card from the 1993 Skybox X-Men Series II trading card set by Greg Capullo and Jimmy Palmiotti

travisellisor: the cover to Cable (2017) #1 …

travisellisor:

the cover to

Cable (2017) #1 by Dale Keown and Jason Keith

travisellisor: the cover to Wizard #81 by J…

travisellisor:

the cover to Wizard #81 by Jose Ladrönn

browsethestacks: Vintage Comic – EKS Almanah …

browsethestacks:

Vintage Comic – EKS Almanah #248 (1980) (Yugoslavian)

browsethestacks: Original Art – Tales Of Susp…

browsethestacks:

Original Art – Tales Of Suspense #042 Pg 14 (1963) by Don Heck

johnbyrnedraws: Marvel Team-Up #60, page 26 b…

johnbyrnedraws:

Marvel Team-Up #60, page 26 by John Byrne & Dave Hunt & Don Warfield. 1977.

allofthemarvels: A page from a Stan Lee/Steve…

allofthemarvels:

A page from a Stan Lee/Steve Ditko story from Tales of Suspense #27, 1963. This is a very solid example of their chemistry, I think—what’s going on is absolutely clear from Ditko’s artwork (and that monster in the final panel is just phenomenal), and Lee’s dialogue is crisp and witty—the studio exec being identified by his initials, “blunderhead,” the slow burn and Borscht Belt comedy rhythms of J.G.’s dialogue, Joe suggesting he should get a raise…