TellshiarMarvelmaniaCollector

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  1. Thanks, I like what they did on the poster with the yellow background. His words make sense on this page, but the poster makes him look like a violent sexist (lol). Content is so important to comprehension.
  2. So was there a panel for all of Nick Fury's face in the graphic. It looks like the artist used Springer's graphic and then drew the rest of him for the poster.
  3. Thank you very much. I don't come across a lot of Frank Springer to know his style.
  4. Hello All, I picked up this 11 x 17 billboard poster announcement printed by University Of California San Diego (UCSD) Third College for a class on Sex and Violence, in 1973. It looks like a Roy Lichenstein interpretation of a Sgt Fury/Nick Fury image. It looks like Ayers art (I could be wrong), but does anyone know what issue it is from? The text might not be the same as the original story. Any info would be helpful. It's a pretty neat piece of Pop Art in itself.
  5. Hi all, the person I sold this to had it certified and it came back an apparent 4.0. It was noted as being trimmed at the top edge and 1 piece of tape on the inside cover. He is very happy with it.
  6. Hi all, I just got this poster and was trying to learn more about it. Someone had found one last year and posted on the Original Art section but since he didn't have an image didn't get much feedback. Here is the pic. It is dated and copyrighted 1977. I believe it was used to promote tourism but can't be sure. You will notice that the designer used the graphics directly from the back cover of Superman Vs. Spider-Man (1976) but changed Superman's costume to Captain America (with errors): He/she should have used a Marvel style guide (lol). Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!
  7. I believe this is the poster you are talking about. The designer used Neal Adam's artwork from the Spider-Man Vs Superman Treasury but re-worked Superman's costume with Captain America's (obvious mistakes and should have used a style guide LOL). It's not an appearance poster as it is bereft of any sponsor, date or times. It might have been a poster for a promo comic or other local literary piece.
  8. Hi all, I just got this comic in a collection. All complete, staples original with oxidation but back cover is confusing. It looks like a stain that does bleed into the last couple pages but no rippling or damage from what would be from typical moisture. Not sure if it was from restoration or just common acidity. The front cover and interior pages look great with the exception of the back cover. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!
  9. Anyone know if the Young Sentinels cartoon (Space Sentinels) ever had a comic book series in the 1970's?
  10. Hi, it is not in my possession but I will ask her to look. I assumed she looked at it already but maybe not. Thanks!
  11. Hi, I have a friend who is trying to identify the artist who did the Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew insert calendar for Pizzazz #3 magazine, from 1977. Pics included. If anyone knows please let me know. Thanks!
  12. Thanks to everyone for your input. I will go with the consensus and agree the top has been trimmed.