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Jim Steranko

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"The teenager Jim Steranko began stealing an arsenal's worth of guns and a small parking lot's worth of motor vehicles. In February Steranko and a partner were arrested for the thefts, committed. Comic Book Artists, Comic Artist, Comic Books Art, Jim Steranko, Book Creator, Book People, Classic Comics, Vintage Comics, Art Studios

Culture is Not Your Friend

seanhowe: “ “The teenager Jim Steranko began stealing an arsenal’s worth of guns and a small parking lot’s worth of motor vehicles. In February 1956, Steranko and a partner were arrested for the...

Jim Steranko, original art for Red Tide. He did the whole book's art in pencil. Comic Book Artists, Comic Book Characters, Comic Artist, Comic Books Art, Jim Steranko, Superman, Batman, Bristol Board, Black White Art

The Bristol Board

depthoffieldmagazine: “ alexhchung: “ Jim Steranko ” Damn. ”

brianmichaelbendis: These are a selection of panels and plates from Jim Steranko’s Chandler story, “Red Tide”. (via fumettierotici) Comic Book Artists, Comic Artist, Comic Books Art, Game Design, Graphic Design Illustration, Illustration Art, Jim Steranko, Black And White Comics, Up Book

Noir Art | Jim Steranko

Jim Steranko is a legend in the comic book industry, and as a noir artist he is unparalleled. Born James F. Steranko in Reading, Pennsylvania on November 5th, 1938, his parents were Ukrainian immig…

Fantastic Four February Vol 1 No 131 Bronze Age of Comics. (I currently have two Fantastic Four Comic Books in shop, sold separately, check shop, can combine shipping) Ships First Class Mail to USA and beyond. Comic Book Artists, Comic Book Characters, Comic Character, Character Design, Jack Kirby, Marvel Comic Books, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Stan Lee

Forty years ago this month - February 1973.

A wise man once said, "February made me shiver." It was Don McLean; not to be confused with Don Maclean, the old Crackerjack presenter w...

Today: some of my favorite Jim Steranko splash pages! Splash page from Captain America (March script, pencils, and colors. Comic Book Artists, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Captain America Vs Hulk, Jim Steranko, Sci Fi Comics, Barbarella, Comic Panels, Jack Kirby

JIM STERANKO: Three Issues of CAPTAIN AMERICA and the Truth

Just three issues. That’s all it took for Jim Steranko to make his mark on Captain America in 1969.

The Drawings of Steranko - The Exile at the Edge of Eternity in Portuguese Nick Fury, Indiana Jones, Comic Book Artists, Comic Books Art, Geof Darrow, Art Haus, Jim Steranko, Strange Tales, Steve Ditko

The Exile at the Edge of Eternity

Steranko: The Exile At the Edge of Eternity

Nick Fury, Agent of S. Vol. 1 Animated by: Kerry Callen. Original cover by Jim Steranko. 30 Animated Comic Book Covers That Are Downright Hypnotizing Marvel Comics, Comics Anime, Comic Manga, Bd Comics, Nick Fury, Comic Book Superheroes, Marvel Comic Books, Comic Books Art, Comic Art

Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD Vol 1 4

Featured Characters: Nick Fury Supporting Characters: Tony Stark S.H.I.E.L.D. Unnamed agents Antagonists: Hydra Imperial Hydra Agent H Agent R Agent T (voice only) Agent N (voice only) Agent C Agent L Other Characters: Charles Atkins (First appearance) Locations: Washington, D.C. Midtown Towers S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Vehicles: S.H.I.E.L.D. Flying Car The origin of S.H.I.E.L.D. is recounted as well as it finding its leader: Colonel Nick Fury. This issue is a reworked version of the origin…

Removed at the request of Jim Steranko. Comic Book Artists, Comic Artist, Comic Books, Jim Steranko, Thing 1, Dark Horse, Marvel Universe, Heavy Metal, Pop Culture

Read Jim Steranko’s OUTLAND Adaptation

Removed at the request of Jim Steranko.

Panel Gallery: Nick Fury By Steranko Marvel Comic Universe, Comics Universe, Marvel Art, Marvel Heroes, Marvel Comics, Nick Fury, Best Comic Books, Comic Books Art, Comic Book Artists

Panel Gallery: Nick Fury By Steranko

Celebrating the return of 007 James Bond to theaters in Skyfall with Jim Steranko’s groundbreaking run on Nick Fury.

The Visual Exegesis: Marvel Super Special: Blade Runner & Jim Steranko Blade Runner Spinner, Film Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049, Sci Fi Films, Action Films, Jim Steranko, Denis Villeneuve, Comic Book Pages, Comic Books

Marvel Super Special: Blade Runner & Jim Steranko

Based on one of my all time favourite films, this comic was printed in September 1982 under the 'Marvel Super Special' banner. This series was primarily for television and film adaptions, however there were some Marvel licensed character issues also. This particular issue is volume 1, number 22. The first thing I'd like to mention about this comic is the cover art, this was done by the one and only Jim Steranko. At the end of the story the cover is reprinted without any of the text, clutter…

“Peace Mister” illustration of Marvel characters by Jim Steranko. Comic Book Artists, Comic Books Art, Comic Art, Marvel Characters, Marvel Heroes, Marvel Comics, Vintage Comic Books, Vintage Comics, Agents Of Shield Comic

The Tearoom of Despair

I rely on the splendid local library system to keep track of the big Event Comics from Marvel and DC these days, partly because they would cost hundreds of my pathetic NZ dollars to keep track of it all, and largely because these comics are just not worth those hundreds of pathetic dollars. There is still a bit of the Marvel zombie and DC fanboy nestled deep within my soul, so I’m vaguely interested in keeping up with what’s happening, but those shreds of interest aren’t enough to actually…