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failed-mad-scientist:

Annihilus - Glen Fabry

Annihilus by Glen Fabry

failed-mad-scientist:

Annihilus - Glen Fabry

Annihilus by Glen Fabry

nevver:

Batman ‘66
blackhistoryalbum:

Black Glamour— Diahann Carroll Sidney Poitier

blackhistoryalbum:

Black Glamour
— Diahann Carroll Sidney Poitier

everything-seuss:

Firebird | Freebird (more)

The Firebird by Dr. Seuss

driveintheaterofthemind:

Dad From The Future by Andry-Shango

driveintheaterofthemind:

Dad From The Future by Andry-Shango

driveintheaterofthemind:

Breaking Dad by Andry-Shango

driveintheaterofthemind:

Breaking Dad by Andry-Shango

fredhembeck:

A peek into the early sixties era Batcave!

fredhembeck:

A peek into the early sixties era Batcave!

Hulk by Chris Faccone

Hulk by Chris Faccone

Original Art - Tales Of The Zombie #09 Cover by Earl Norem

Original Art - Tales Of The Zombie #09 Cover by Earl Norem

Vintage Comic - Marvel Superheroes (Jan1980) (Marvel UK)

Vintage Comic - Marvel Superheroes (Jan1980) (Marvel UK)

victoriousvocabulary:

HOROMETRY
[noun]
the art, practice, or method of measuring time by hours and subordinate divisions; the art or science of measuring time.
Etymology: ultimately from Ancient Greek hṓra, “time, season, year” + métron, “measure”.
[Vladimir Kush]

victoriousvocabulary:

HOROMETRY

[noun]

the art, practice, or method of measuring time by hours and subordinate divisions; the art or science of measuring time.

Etymologyultimately from Ancient Greek hṓra, “time, season, year” + métron, “measure”.

[Vladimir Kush]

thecomicsvault:

SUPERMAN TOY (1939)Produced by the Novelty and Ideal Toy Company, this first Superman figure was jointed and made of wood.

thecomicsvault:

SUPERMAN TOY (1939)
Produced by the Novelty and Ideal Toy Company, this first Superman figure was jointed and made of wood.

superdames:

An accurate representation of my computer problems.
—”Penny Wright” in Champion Comics #4 (1940), writer & artist uncredited

superdames:

An accurate representation of my computer problems.

—”Penny Wright” in Champion Comics #4 (1940), writer & artist uncredited

Deal With It! by Andry-Shango

Deal With It! by Andry-Shango

Tiny Super-Heroes by Pandablubb

Tiny Super-Heroes by Pandablubb