The Marvel Age of Comics
marvel1980s:

1991 - Flic Disposables mock ad from Marvel Swimsuit edition

marvel1980s:

1991 - Flic Disposables mock ad from Marvel Swimsuit edition

johnbyrnedraws:

Spider-Man: Chapter One #4, page 4 by John Byrne. 1999.

johnbyrnedraws:

Spider-Man: Chapter One #4, page 4 by John Byrne. 1999.

brianmichaelbendis:

Amazing Spider-Man #121 cover by John Romita

brianmichaelbendis:

Amazing Spider-Man #121 cover by John Romita

johnbyrnedraws:

Fantastic Four #216, page 30 by John Byrne & Pablo Marcos. 1980.

johnbyrnedraws:

Fantastic Four #216, page 30 by John Byrne & Pablo Marcos. 1980.

marvel1980s:

The Incredible Hulk vs. The Amazing Spider-Man by Steve Rude

marvel1980s:

The Incredible Hulk vs. The Amazing Spider-Man by Steve Rude

johnbyrnedraws:

Alpha Flight #27, page 8 by John Byrne & Keith Williams. 1985.

johnbyrnedraws:

Alpha Flight #27, page 8 by John Byrne & Keith Williams. 1985.

johnbyrnedraws:

Sensational She-Hulk #32, page 22 by John Byrne & Keith Williams. 1991.

johnbyrnedraws:

Sensational She-Hulk #32, page 22 by John Byrne & Keith Williams. 1991.

brianmichaelbendis:

1990 - Anatomy of a Cover - Critical Mass #1 by Mike Mignola

jthenr-comics-vault:

SPIDEY SUPER STORIES #9 (June 1975)
Art by Win Mortimer & Mike Esposito
Words by Jean Thomas

A couple of fun facts. The first, this story was based on an Electric Company script written by Joss Whedon’s dad, Tom Whedon. The second, flag pins were approximately 40% larger back then. 

Hope everyone is having a great Easter!

seanhowe:

“Sue Richards, née Storm, the Invisible Girl, had been estranged from her husband, Reed Richards. With Franklin, their mysteriously equipped son, she was in seclusion in the country. She would return only when Reed learned to understand the obligations of family, those paramount bonds that lay beneath the surface of his work.”—The Ice Storm, Rick Moody

seanhowe:

“Sue Richards, née Storm, the Invisible Girl, had been estranged from her husband, Reed Richards. With Franklin, their mysteriously equipped son, she was in seclusion in the country. She would return only when Reed learned to understand the obligations of family, those paramount bonds that lay beneath the surface of his work.”

The Ice Storm, Rick Moody