So continues our listings of wonderous
An elegantly illustrated picture of Sheira Sanders, by a Japanese
artist named Eric Chen
Credit must go where its due, since this possibly
computer-designed image is a true classic, showing Sheira as the
breathtaking brown-haired beauty she deserves to be.
In this Golden Age panel, Sheira comes to the aid of a lady being
assaulted by a hoodlum. I don't think the other panel comes from
the same issue, but does feature an impressive wisecrack Sheira
hands to the crook she's dealing with, along with a mace!
A Bronze Age spectacle of Superman and Hawkman duking it out. I
think it's from Justice League of America #200.
I don't know if these two panels come from the same issue, but
they sure are charming!
An advertisement for the Hostess pastry company's cupcake
products; one of various such ads done in cooperation with DC and
Marvel in the late 70s-early 80s. Some of them were pretty amusing
as the cupcakes themselves were delicious, but ads like these have
become a rarity in this day and age. There's fairly logical
explanations why, I guess.
And then, what do we have next to that? An adorable illustration
of Zatanna by George Perez, in the costume design she wore circa
1980 when Perez did some of the artwork on Justice League of
America, though it was New Teen Titans where he really made waves.
Here's a scene of the Infinity Inc. crowd having some fun playing
volleyball on the Malibu beach in California. The artwork in this
panel was by Todd McFarlane, who drew some amusingly oddball
angles for some of the characters.
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