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This is something that I love because it touches on so many levels and just keeps on going. I can’t help but laugh more and more every time I see it! Share it it’s great! And the Oscar goes to... #frankenstein #stephenking #stephenking #horror #halloween #horrorart #horrorfilm #horrormovies #eccomics #horrorvhs #vhs #horrorcomics #halloweenparty #movieposter #comicrelief #comedy #comedyclub #comedylife #cosplay #cosplayer #cosplayersofinstagram #cosplaygirl #comics #comiccon #comicart #addamsfamily #lurch #lovecraft #jimhenson #muppets
Need to unload and make room for new comics! $75 on my eBay page get it now! https://goo.gl/Qs75QJ #comics #comicbooks #echorror #eccomics #goldenage #comicsforsale #comicbooksforsale #comicshop
Time to go home 💃🏻🧟‍♂️#eccomics
Digging through my old stuff, I'd forgot how much of a fright fan I was #talesfromthecrypt #eccomics #frightnight #horror #classichorror #comics #cryptkeeper
Releyendo de nuevo esa obra de arte que debería estar en todos los museos y escuelas de arte(en realidad cualquier obra de Alex Ross)llamada Kingdom Come. Sin duda mi comic de superhéroes favorito y mi Superman predilecto. #kingdomcome #alexross #markwaid #superman #shazam #captainmarvel #batman #wonderwoman #latrinidad #eccomics #dccomics #aquaman #greenlantern #jla #metahumanos #alexrossesdios #obradearte #comics #obrasimprescindiblesdelcomic
Are you feeling unraveled? #eccomics
Mad #1 EC 1952 #cgc 6.5 FN+! 1st Satire comic book. Find out more on #ebay - username: collectors_comics FOR SALE! Swipe ➡️
The final panel (and second image, final page) of “Judgement Day” from #ECcomics in 1956, which the #comicscodeauthority initially rejected, but EC pushed to be published (the parable of blue vs orange robot segregation would have been nonsensical if, as the CCA suggested, the astronaut under the helmet who be made white). In one panel, we get both the struggles for representation against gatekeepers who are fearful of it and the importance of #afrofuturism . And yeah, I’m about to see #blackpanther so these themes are on my mind.
Bet you didn’t know that EC Comics once did a version of the Kelley Blue Book, did you? #igcomics #igcomiccommunity #dccomics #subaru #eccomics #horror
#Repost @eccomics with @get_repost ・・・ Something WEIRD is happening... Weird Science NO. 13, 1950 #eccomics #weirdscience
Wonder Woman : La llegada de la Amazona Gracias a la etapa de renacimiento de Wonder Woman me intereso conocer mas al personaje. Esto me llevo a conectar con la etapa de Wonder Woman de New 52 maravillosamente hecha por el guionista Brian Azzarello y el dibujante Cliff Chiang reconocido por su trabajo en Paper Girls. En una sola describiría este comienzo con la amazona de espectacular. En esta historia nos narra sus primeras aventuras en la isla junto con el secreto que guarda su madre y la amistad que genera con Aleka sirven para aterrizar a Diana en el mundo de la mitología clásica griega. Estos primeros números presentan grandes niveles de historia clásica griega que nos ayudan a desmitificar y mitificar a la vez a los personajes. En el dibujo es genial el trabajo realizado por Cliff Chiang presenta un diseño simple, pero con una paleta de colores espectacular. He visto muchas reseñas en internet que mencionan que es la mejor etapa de la amazona. Sin embargo, primero leeré los números y luego omitiré una opinión. Por ahora pienso que es un buen comienzo y esta super recomendada. Compra realizada en : @libercommunitas #Wonderwoman #ecc #eccdeicones #eccomics #eccespaña #azzarello #Chiang #Dc #dccomic #Aleka #galgadot #Mujermaravilla #review
Ultra-Violent Hyper-Sexual decadence in the form of a gruesome grimoire only known as #gravelyunusual #lctc2018 #horrormagazine #lexingtoncomiccon #horrorcomics #horror #lovecraftian #nihilism #satan #ultraviolence #linkinbio #evil #zine #diy #scarefest #exploitationfilms #eccomics ART BY SEAN KELLEY
Put the taste of Horror back in your diet with Coffin Cuties Magazine. 🐊🦎💀💉 coffincuties.com #lizardman #lizard #blood #taste #horror #monster #model #shock #pulp #comic #eccomics #popculture #coffincuties
Something WEIRD is happening... Weird Science NO. 13, 1950 #eccomics #weirdscience
The original #CryptKeeper from the back of the 1964 #TalesFromTheCrypt collection - the first paperback of #ECComics reprints
2018 - 19 - febrero. Empezando el lunes con energía tras visitar #bcoredisc de la mano de #barcelona #barcelonahc #lavidaesunmus y su #hardcore nihilista por un lado y desde #japon #japan japanpunk los #parasite editados por #thebosstuneage . La lectura a cargo de #junjiito #eccomics siguiendo las aventuras del cafre de #soichi
Repost from @eccomics : I haven't seen the flick yet because I have been painting Warhammer and eating bon-bons , but i always dug him in whatever that 90s garbage he appeared in was. The early shit though...POWERFUL, ALL TOO POWERFUL: ・・・ “Not everyone understands all the historical significance of the Black Panther movie premier, so I’m gonna try to help with that and provide a little Black History Month lesson, comic-nerd style. You see, Black Panther premiered in comics in 1966 and was the first Black superhero in mainstream US comics. Prior to Black Panther, Black superheroes were banned and censored from US comics by the industry’s governing body, the Comic Code Authority (CCA). It’s not that there wasn’t interest or a market for Black heroes; it’s that they weren’t even allowed to be published and distributed in the first place. While heroes like Superman and Captain America graced pages and inspired readers, Black readers were left without superheroes who looked like us. So when you hear racists complain that there aren’t enough white people in the Black Panther movie (or other media), just remember that we were literally and legally banned from comics (and other media) for years. The panel below is from a 1956 issue of EC Comics, (which is the precursor to MAD Magazine). In that issue, titled Judgement Day, a human astronaut visits another planet and comes to learn that its robot inhabitants live under a rigid racial-caste system. In the final pane of that comic, the astronaut removes his helmet, and the reader finds out that the astronaut is Black. At the time, the Comic Code Authority said that this could not be a Black person. The creators resisted and eventually published the story as is after a hard fought battle, but this was the last comic book they published under EC, as they discontinued the series and all their comic book lines afterword in order to focus on MAD Magazine, which would be outside the jurisdiction of the CCA. This comic book pane and its publication history was one of the things that really got me into comics when I was younger, and I’ll be thinking about it during the Black Panther premier.” - K Eric Martin #eccomics
Horrific Harlot. Finally getting a hang on bitmapping & making vintage comic style work. #work #practice #art #comics #vintage #horror #eccomics #klassickaslow
#Repost @eccomics with @get_repost ・・・ “Not everyone understands all the historical significance of the Black Panther movie premier, so I’m gonna try to help with that and provide a little Black History Month lesson, comic-nerd style. You see, Black Panther premiered in comics in 1966 and was the first Black superhero in mainstream US comics. Prior to Black Panther, Black superheroes were banned and censored from US comics by the industry’s governing body, the Comic Code Authority (CCA). It’s not that there wasn’t interest or a market for Black heroes; it’s that they weren’t even allowed to be published and distributed in the first place. While heroes like Superman and Captain America graced pages and inspired readers, Black readers were left without superheroes who looked like us. So when you hear racists complain that there aren’t enough white people in the Black Panther movie (or other media), just remember that we were literally and legally banned from comics (and other media) for years. The panel below is from a 1956 issue of EC Comics, (which is the precursor to MAD Magazine). In that issue, titled Judgement Day, a human astronaut visits another planet and comes to learn that its robot inhabitants live under a rigid racial-caste system. In the final pane of that comic, the astronaut removes his helmet, and the reader finds out that the astronaut is Black. At the time, the Comic Code Authority said that this could not be a Black person. The creators resisted and eventually published the story as is after a hard fought battle, but this was the last comic book they published under EC, as they discontinued the series and all their comic book lines afterword in order to focus on MAD Magazine, which would be outside the jurisdiction of the CCA. This comic book pane and its publication history was one of the things that really got me into comics when I was younger, and I’ll be thinking about it during the Black Panther premier.” - K Eric Martin #blackpanther #eccomics #judgementday
alright yall, im fuckin hyped for this one. its finally time that i finished this groovy ghoulie just in time for spring pictures at schoolie~ ima go make prints! i plan on making 20 of these at 11X14 so if you would like to reserve a copy now then holler at me before they all get snatched up! . . . #80s #laser #school #schoolpictures #cryptkeeper #talesfromthecrypt #laserbackground #posing #hbo #eccomics #television #horror #comedy #awesomeshit #heavymetaltitan #HMT #birmingham #alabama #artwork
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