The Marvel Age of Comics

marvel1980s:

1982 - Anatomy of a Cover - Spectacular Spider-Man #67
By Ed Hannigan and Al Milgrom

seanhowe:

Spider-Mobile Pin-Up Page.

seanhowe:

Spider-Mobile Pin-Up Page.

Hello - I have no question to ask as such, but ever since Marvel Now launched in late 2012, reading Marvel books has been nothing but a highlight of my week. So many great titles by so many brilliant people. I'm not sure how often people say thank you to you, but thank you!
Anonymous

Glad you’re enjoying them! You’re welcome!

cockrum1970s:

UNCANNY X-MEN no. 98, april 1976, penciled by dave cockrum, inked by sam grainger, written by chris claremont

cockrum1970s:

UNCANNY X-MEN no. 98, april 1976, penciled by dave cockrum, inked by sam grainger, written by chris claremont

browsethestacks:

X-Men vs Magneto by Steve Rude

browsethestacks:

X-Men vs Magneto by Steve Rude

goldenagecomicsvault:

The Captain America Republic Serials were loosely based on the Timely Comics era Captain America. 
They focused on Captain America, secretly District Attorney Grant Gardner, trying to thwart the plans of The Scarab, museum curator Dr. Cyrus Maldor, to steal the *ahem*  "Dynamic Vibrator" and "Electronic Firebolt". Devices that could be used as super-weapons of mass sexual innuendo or something like that.
The serial ran in 15 chapters and was the most expensive serial Republic ever made. It would become the first Marvel Film ever and the last superhero serial of the Golden Age.
[Above, Promotinal shot of Dick Purcell as the title charecter c. 1945]

goldenagecomicsvault:

The Captain America Republic Serials were loosely based on the Timely Comics era Captain America. 

They focused on Captain America, secretly District Attorney Grant Gardner, trying to thwart the plans of The Scarab, museum curator Dr. Cyrus Maldor, to steal the *ahem*  "Dynamic Vibrator" and "Electronic Firebolt". Devices that could be used as super-weapons of mass sexual innuendo or something like that.

The serial ran in 15 chapters and was the most expensive serial Republic ever made. It would become the first Marvel Film ever and the last superhero serial of the Golden Age.

[Above, Promotinal shot of Dick Purcell as the title charecter c. 1945]

This closes out our day-long tribute to the King of Comics, Jack Kirby, on the occasion of his 97th birthday!

This closes out our day-long tribute to the King of Comics, Jack Kirby, on the occasion of his 97th birthday!

seanhowe:

Jack Kirby in the Marvel offices, 1966.

seanhowe:

(1) Walter Simonson, Joe Rubinstein, Pat Broderick, and Ralph Reese pose for Larry Hama.

(2) Marvel Premiere #19, November 1974. Art by Larry Hama and Dick Giordano. Words by Doug Moench.

alexhchung:

Excalibur #3, Page 6 by Alan Davis & Paul Neary