Fish-Flavored Baseball Bat

It's a John Cleese reference.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Remember Whens-Day: Inkie by Patty Leidy

Here's an obscurity from the pages of Crack Comics: Inkie was a cartoon character who would emerge from the drawn page and interact with his cartoonists, including creator Al Stahl and the legendary Jack Cole (who worked on two Inkie stories). Patty Leidy continues the tradition with this self-caricature berated by a rather more demanding Inkie:

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Remember Whens-Day: Lady Blackhawk by Brian Stelfreeze

From Brian Stelfreeze, a striking portrait of Zinda "Lady Blackhawk" Blake. (Okay, so technically she's not a Golden Age character, since she first appeared in 1959...when I asked for the sketch, I thought she went back further than that. Besides, who's going to argue with results like this?)

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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Remember Whens-Day: Hawkman by George Perez

The ever-amazing George Perez offers this stunning portrait of the original, uncomplicated Carter Hall.

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Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Remember Whens-Day: Skyman by Jeff E. Smith

From Jeff E. Smith: The Columbia Comics' character Skyman (not to be confused with the later alias of the Star-Spangled Kid).

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