Comics Girls

Collection by Gordon McKenzie • Last updated 3 weeks ago

Gordon McKenzie
Tales from Weirdland - Movie And Comic Old Comics, Comics Girls, Vintage Comics, Pulp, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Vintage Pop Art, Comic Book Panels, Retro Pop

Tales from Weirdland

I am a sentient YouTube channel running a blog.

Pin for Later: 11 Inappropriate and Sexist Vintage Comic Book Moments Nothing's worse than being killed by a woman! Vintage Pop Art, Vintage Comic Books, Vintage Comics, Retro Art, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Old Comics, Comics Girls, Funny Comics

Are Superheroes of today 'bad role models'?

They defeat super villains and save the world, but are they really naughty little school boys?

 How dares ya come into this country and make demands like ye' is St Patrick ? Off with ya to the farthest reaches of Hell ya dirty devil ! " A scene from the Irish version of Mr Roger's Neighborhood . Old Comics, Comics Girls, Vintage Comics, Funny Comics, Comic Art, Comic Books, Comic Frame, Vintage Pop Art, Comic Pictures

Comically Vintage

You Flatfooted Ape! (somebody didn’t get their coffee this morning)

Glen Baxter, As the Sun Goes down over Brussels the Erotic Tension Reaches a Fever Pitch, 1995 Leeds College Of Art, Sun Goes Down, Bd Comics, Comics Girls, Artwork Images, Vintage Comics, Vintage Art, Comic Panels, Pulp Art

Glen Baxter

View Glen Baxter’s 102 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available works on paper, prints and multiples, and paintings for sale and learn about the artist.

From Donald Duck in the Terror of the River by Carl Barks. Disney Duck, Disney Art, Walt Disney, Disney Movie Posters, Disney Movies, Tom Simpson, Funny Animal Comics, Mad Movies, Uncle Scrooge

what a system

Explore Tom Simpson's photos on Flickr. Tom Simpson has uploaded 98490 photos to Flickr.

Thunda by Frank Frazetta 1952 Frank Frazetta, Red Sonja, Old Comics, Comics Girls, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Book Art, Dc Comics Collection, The Lost World


Frank Frazetta riprende i "mondi perduti" dei romanzi di fine ottocento, delle pulp degli anni venti e trenta fino ai comic book, con risultati incredibili