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Horror Week - The Gatesville Company


The Gatesville Company was a horror anthology comic, published a few years back. It lasted two issues (as far as I know).

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Completely unrelated request! Anyone have scans of an old Superman Annual, the one that takes place in the far future where there's a team where each individual has one of Superman's powers? It might have been the Elseworlds Annuals, or maybe Legends of the Dead Earth.

BONUS: Here's some (nicely wallpaper-sized) loading screen art from the canceled Flash video game. There's also some nifty storyboards on the same site.


The final issue of J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Cavallaro's miniseries, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SAVIOR 28. The series is told mostly out of order regarding the life of Savior 28, a Superman/Captain America pastiche who has decided the time has come to really change the world. It is narrated by Dennis McNulty, his former sidekick who later assassinated him.

Here is the CBR full preview.

Let's hope Savior 28 didn't say "hip time, daddy-o" too often.

A superhero's fall and... )

This is one chick,you don't wanna meet her father...

Horror Thursday with the devil's daughter...

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Apparently Starfire doesn't only fall for short pants and smooth legs.

[insanejournal.com profile] saralakali requested scans of Starfire's first boyfriend... yes, there was a man in Kory's life before she got together with Dick. Obviously it didn't end all too well...

Kory's first love story, a singing Dick, Donna wearing an... interesting bikini, a space photoshoot and lots of drama right ahead in New Teen Titans #16 (1982).


In the back of Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men Exodus issue posted earlier, there was a preview for the upcoming Necrosha event.

Well, meet Selene's inner circle.

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Get that elephant off the bed!

An example of Winsor McCay's IN THE LAND OF WONDERFUL DREAMS from 1912. I don't know why it doesn't take up a full Sunday page, maybe a new strip was starting that week.

There's something endearing about the way McCay drew big animals like elephants and dinosaurs. They really move like they have weight.