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My own rendition of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. The Jungle Book

JANE ARDEN  was an internationally syndicated daily newspaper comic strip which ran from 1927 to 1968. The title character was the original "spunky girl reporter," actively seeking to infiltrate and expose criminal activity rather than just report on its consequences and served as a prototype for later characters such as Superman supporting character Lois Lane and fellow comic strip heroine, Brenda Starr.

JANE ARDEN was an internationally syndicated daily newspaper comic strip which ran from 1927 to 1968. The title character was the original "spunky girl reporter," actively seeking to infiltrate and expose criminal activity rather than just report on its consequences and served as a prototype for later characters such as Superman supporting character Lois Lane and fellow comic strip heroine, Brenda Starr.

Strange Tales #144 - The Day Of The Druid!

Strange Tales # 144 Jack Kirby Steve Ditko Artwork This story features the appearance of Jasper Sitwell (Agents of SHIELD, Captain America: Winter Soldier movie) who is introduced as the newest,.

Weird Western Tales #22 (Jun '74) cover by Luis Dominguez.

Weird Western Tales (Jun cover by Luis Dominguez.

Comic Book Cover For Terry and the Pirates Comics #24

Terry and the Pirates Comics (Harvey Comics)

Sam Glanzman, one of the greatest comic book artists of all time

Sam Glanzman cover for Fightin' Army

Master of Kung Fu # 29 by Gil Kane & Al Milgrom

Master of Kung Fu # 29 - Cover by Gil Kane & Al Milgrom

Master of Kung Fu # 50 by Dave Cockrum

Master of Kung Fu The climax to one of the best stories of one of my favorite comic series. Art by Dave Cockrum.

The Mighty Thor #127

The Mighty Thor 127 - Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

Secrets of a Haunted House

Secrets of a Haunted House

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Man-Thing Vol. 2 # 3 by Bob Wiacek

flashirisallenThe Flash Vol. 1 #275-284: The Death of Iris Allen (1979-1980) By Cary Bates, Alex Saviuk and Don Heck

flashirisallenThe Flash Vol. 1 The Death of Iris Allen By Cary Bates, Alex Saviuk and Don Heck

X-Men #10 (1991 1st Series) - July 1992 - Marvel Comics - Grade NM

X-men 10 Longshot Jim Lee Marvel Comic Auction your comics on…

You know what Rob Liefeld hates drawing? Feet. On this cover for X-Force #3, Rob is depicting a battle taking place between the titular team and internet darling The Juggernaut (who among us walks, apparently). They all appear to be battling atop some sort of boulder, which serves the purpose of covering up the feet of Juggernaut, Warpath, and Cable.

The 40 Worst Rob Liefeld Drawings

Cover for The Unexpected (DC, 1968 series) #218 [Direct]

The Unexpected - Alligator Alley (Issue)

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