The Marvel Age of Comics
brianmichaelbendis:

Iron Man by Bruce Timm

brianmichaelbendis:

Iron Man by Bruce Timm

fredhembeck:

Thor sometimes uses that hammer of his for the most mundane of tasks, as seen in this strip of mine from Marvel Age #123 (April 1993).

fredhembeck:

Thor sometimes uses that hammer of his for the most mundane of tasks, as seen in this strip of mine from Marvel Age #123 (April 1993).

Marvel editorial staff circa 1981

Marvel editorial staff circa 1981

Kids with horror comics, including an issue of ASTONISHING, 1951

Kids with horror comics, including an issue of ASTONISHING, 1951

Stan Lee in 1972, around the time of “A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee” and at the point where he segued from being marvel’s main writer and editor to becoming its Publisher and President.

Stan Lee in 1972, around the time of “A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee” and at the point where he segued from being marvel’s main writer and editor to becoming its Publisher and President.

Vintage newsstand circa 1942. Tons of vintage comics on sale, including two separate issues of HUMAN TORCH COMICS and an issue of MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS—as well as a bevy of magazines, pulps, and other comics.

Vintage newsstand circa 1942. Tons of vintage comics on sale, including two separate issues of HUMAN TORCH COMICS and an issue of MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS—as well as a bevy of magazines, pulps, and other comics.

Poster for “A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee” at Carnegie Hall, January 5th, 1972

Poster for “A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee” at Carnegie Hall, January 5th, 1972

"A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee" at Carnegie Hall, January 5th, 1972

"A Marvel-ous Evening With Stan Lee" at Carnegie Hall, January 5th, 1972

johnbyrnedraws:

Darkseid vs Galactus: The Hunger, page 47 by John Byrne. 1995.

johnbyrnedraws:

Darkseid vs Galactus: The Hunger, page 47 by John Byrne. 1995.

From UNCANNY TALES #18, here’s a complete four-page story drawn by Vince Colletta channeling his best Wally Wood imitation.