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Power Girl For Wonder Bra by Axel Medellin

Power Girl For Wonder Bra by Axel Medellin


Betty Boop’s Life Guard (1934)

Betty Boop’s Life Guard (1934)

Human Torch

Cosplay by Michael Cox

Photography by Pat Loika

Human Torch

Cosplay by Michael Cox

Photography by Pat Loika

vintagesportspictures:

Veronica Cooper, Jack Hemingway, Ingrid Bergman, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable hitting the slopes in Sun Valley, Idaho (1946)

vintagesportspictures:

Veronica Cooper, Jack Hemingway, Ingrid Bergman, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable hitting the slopes in Sun Valley, Idaho (1946)

fredhembeck:

Talia and  her dad, Ras Al Ghul, have one think to point out to you,  Batman—no shirt, no cape, no service. Sorry, Capeless Crusader…

fredhembeck:

Talia and  her dad, Ras Al Ghul, have one think to point out to you,  Batman—no shirt, no cape, no service. Sorry, Capeless Crusader…

Vintage Pulp - Bull’s-Eye Detective

Vintage Pulp - Bull’s-Eye Detective

gothiccharmschool:

House on Haunted Hill 1959

Rumors that the StuntHusband and I recreate this scene on a regular basis are … not true at all. Nope. 

::rattles cocktail shaker menacingly::

archie-edits:

Vintage Archie Comics wiener advertisement.

archie-edits:

Vintage Archie Comics wiener advertisement.

goldenagecomicsvault:

Here Wonder Woman gather’s the wives of the male Leaguers and dresses them in their husband’s costumes to help save the men from Brain Wave. This was meant to be an allegory for American women doing traditionally “men’s jobs” while the men were fighting in WWII. 
ALL-STAR COMICS #15 (March 1943)Art by Joe GallagherWords by Gardner Fox

goldenagecomicsvault:

Here Wonder Woman gather’s the wives of the male Leaguers and dresses them in their husband’s costumes to help save the men from Brain Wave.
This was meant to be an allegory for American women doing traditionally “men’s jobs” while the men were fighting in WWII. 

ALL-STAR COMICS #15 (March 1943)
Art by Joe Gallagher
Words by Gardner Fox

goldenagecomicsvault:

Jack Kirby and Joe Simon had a hard time finding work in comics after WWII. The readership of comics had shifted from kids to teens and young adults. The superhero genre was now seen as “passe”. 
So Kirby and Simon, influenced by the pulps, soap operas and confession magazines of the day, decided to create a new comic medium that would appeal to this new demographic. With Young Romance in 1947, Kirby and Simon created the Romance Comic, and the rest is history. 
YOUNG ROMANCE #4 (March 1948)Art by Jack Kirby

goldenagecomicsvault:

Jack Kirby and Joe Simon had a hard time finding work in comics after WWII. The readership of comics had shifted from kids to teens and young adults. The superhero genre was now seen as “passe”.

So Kirby and Simon, influenced by the pulps, soap operas and confession magazines of the day, decided to create a new comic medium that would appeal to this new demographic. With Young Romance in 1947, Kirby and Simon created the Romance Comic, and the rest is history. 

YOUNG ROMANCE #4 (March 1948)
Art by Jack Kirby

negativepleasure:

at Cathedral Heights, Washington, District of Columbia

negativepleasure:

at Cathedral Heights, Washington, District of Columbia

Captain America by Mike Mayhew

Captain America by Mike Mayhew

midtowncomics:

Midtown Comics Exclusive Avengers & X-Men: Axis #1 Variant by Mike Mayhew!

To keep with the theme of the front cover, we’re doing something a little different from the traditional store Ad that we usually run on the back cover. Due out on 10/8!

Avengers & X-Men: Axis #01 (Mike Mayhew Cover)

twentiethcenturykid:

BRONZE AGE BONANZA!
Marvel Value Stamps Assemble!
Marvel Value Stamps Series B
Circa 1975-1976
Captain America

twentiethcenturykid:

BRONZE AGE BONANZA!

Marvel Value Stamps Assemble!

Marvel Value Stamps Series B

Circa 1975-1976

Captain America