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Wolverine versus Usagi Yojimbo by Paul Smith

Sherry The Showgirl (1956)

Cover Art by Don DeCarlo

Magik by Sarah Horrocks

Magik by Sarah Horrocks

Vintage Comic - Invaders #023

Vintage Comic - Invaders #023

marvel1980s:

Beta Ray Bill by Philip Tan

marvel1980s:

Beta Ray Bill by Philip Tan

Vintage Comic - Sub-Mariner #002 (CGC)

Vintage Comic - Sub-Mariner #002 (CGC)

Vintage Comic - Amazing Spider-Man #219 

Vintage Comic - Amazing Spider-Man #219 

Vintage Comic - Homer The Happy Ghost #02

Marvel’s Version Of Casper

Cover by Don DeCarlo

Vintage Comic - Homer The Happy Ghost #02

Marvel’s Version Of Casper

Cover by Don DeCarlo

johnbyrnedraws:
X-Men #141, page 22 by John Byrne & Terry Austin. 1981.
John shared these thoughts about Days of Future Past.


I plotted “Days of Future Past” with 2 things in mind. First, to show Chris that he was wrong, and that the Sentinels were not “lame villains”, and second to finally give the X-Men a clear cut victory — something they had not had as long as Chris had been writing the book.
Unfortunately, Chris slipped in what came to be known as the “lesbian-incest scene” (where Future Kitty “impulsively” kisses herself), which was nothing to do with what was in the pictures, and which indicated that the X-Men had failed again — they had not eliminated the Sentinel ruled future, merely shunted it off into a parallel timeline. 
The whole point behind the telepathic time travel element was that there would be no way an alternate time line could be created. Since Kate traveled through her own mind back to Kitty, there was no point at which a branch could occur. I even convinced Mark Gruenwald — Mr. Multiverse himself — that this was the case. Chris put in a line about “we may just create an alternate timeline” and, coupled with the “lesbian” scene, the story was rendered unfinished and open ended.
As you might imagine, I was furious when I saw the published version. It was at this point I demanded — and got — script approval, but before that could go into effect I hit my wall on X-MEN and left the book.

johnbyrnedraws:

X-Men #141, page 22 by John Byrne & Terry Austin. 1981.

John shared these thoughts about Days of Future Past.


I plotted “Days of Future Past” with 2 things in mind. First, to show Chris that he was wrong, and that the Sentinels were not “lame villains”, and second to finally give the X-Men a clear cut victory — something they had not had as long as Chris had been writing the book.

Unfortunately, Chris slipped in what came to be known as the “lesbian-incest scene” (where Future Kitty “impulsively” kisses herself), which was nothing to do with what was in the pictures, and which indicated that the X-Men had failed again — they had not eliminated the Sentinel ruled future, merely shunted it off into a parallel timeline. 

The whole point behind the telepathic time travel element was that there would be no way an alternate time line could be created. Since Kate traveled through her own mind back to Kitty, there was no point at which a branch could occur. I even convinced Mark Gruenwald — Mr. Multiverse himself — that this was the case. Chris put in a line about “we may just create an alternate timeline” and, coupled with the “lesbian” scene, the story was rendered unfinished and open ended.

As you might imagine, I was furious when I saw the published version. It was at this point I demanded — and got — script approval, but before that could go into effect I hit my wall on X-MEN and left the book.

Spider-Man by Michael Lombardi

Spider-Man by Michael Lombardi

marvel1980s:

1980 - Incredible Hulk portfolio by Fastner and Larson.

Love the cigar-chomping Thing duking it out with the hulk.

johnbyrnedraws:

Silver Surfer #1 cover by John Byrne & Tom Palmer. 1982.

johnbyrnedraws:

Silver Surfer #1 cover by John Byrne & Tom Palmer. 1982.

Vintage Comic - Tessie The Typist #014

Vintage Comic - Tessie The Typist #014

fyeahsuperheroes:
Thomas Boatwright