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    highway62:

Intrapanel updated with the shakes.
intrapanel:

Wherein Wally Wood delineates the DTs quite effectively.
THE SANDMAN #6 (v.1)
1975, DC Comics
Michael Fleischer script, Jack Kirby pencils, Wally Wood inks




Surely the panel owes a debt to this scene from Melville’s LE CERCLE ROUGE?

    highway62:

    Intrapanel updated with the shakes.

    intrapanel:

    Wherein Wally Wood delineates the DTs quite effectively.

    THE SANDMAN #6 (v.1)

    1975, DC Comics

    Michael Fleischer script, Jack Kirby pencils, Wally Wood inks

    Surely the panel owes a debt to this scene from Melville’s LE CERCLE ROUGE?

    — 4 months ago with 19 notes
    #jean-pierre melville  #jack kirby  #michael fleisher  #Wally Wood 
    Yes, that’s Wally Wood with a crossbow. Photograph by Mike Zeck.Pretty formidable, but would he defeat Wally Wood with a Tommy gun?

    Yes, that’s Wally Wood with a crossbow. Photograph by Mike Zeck.

    Pretty formidable, but would he defeat Wally Wood with a Tommy gun?

    — 7 months ago with 36 notes
    #wally wood  #mike zeck  #photos 
    "What happened to the regular show? What can this be? It’s too early for AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D.!"From Daredevil #11, December 1965. Art by Bob Powell and Wally Wood. Words by Stan Lee. Letters by Sam Rosen. (h/t Tim Stroup)

    "What happened to the regular show? What can this be? It’s too early for AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D.!"

    From Daredevil #11, December 1965. Art by Bob Powell and Wally Wood. Words by Stan Lee. Letters by Sam Rosen. (h/t Tim Stroup)

    — 1 year ago with 107 notes
    #agents of shield  #agents of s.h.i.e.l.d.  #S.H.I.E.L.D.  #Daredevil  #nick fury  #bob powell  #wally wood  #stan lee  #sam rosen 
    The latest Marvel news from the Yancy Street Gazette!

    The latest Marvel news from the Yancy Street Gazette!

    — 1 year ago with 64 notes
    #Roy Thomas  #Wally Wood  #fanzines  #Stan Lee  #Flo Steinberg  #Tower 
    Daredevil #9, August 1965. The credits read:  Fundamental Plot and Script by Smilin’ Stan Lee Basic Layouts and Delineation by Wondrous Wally Wood Comprehensive Pencilled Graphics by Bouncin’ Bobby Powell Balloons, Orders and Blurbs by Swingin’ Sammy Rosen

    Daredevil #9, August 1965.
    The credits read:
    Fundamental Plot and Script by Smilin’ Stan Lee
    Basic Layouts and Delineation by Wondrous Wally Wood
    Comprehensive Pencilled Graphics by Bouncin’ Bobby Powell
    Balloons, Orders and Blurbs by Swingin’ Sammy Rosen

    — 1 year ago with 34 notes
    #Daredevil  #Stan Lee  #Wally Wood  #Bob Powell  #Sam Rosen 
    themarvelageofcomics:

Here’s the cover to DAREDEVIL #5 by Wally Wood. Wood working for Marvel was such a big deal to Stan that he actually ran cover blurbs highlighting the fact on most of the books he started working on, which simply wasn’t done in those days.

    themarvelageofcomics:

    Here’s the cover to DAREDEVIL #5 by Wally Wood. Wood working for Marvel was such a big deal to Stan that he actually ran cover blurbs highlighting the fact on most of the books he started working on, which simply wasn’t done in those days.

    — 1 year ago with 121 notes
    #Daredevil  #Wally Wood 
    Doom has plans.Art by Wally Wood. Words by Larry Lieber. From Astonishing Tales #4.

    Doom has plans.

    Art by Wally Wood. Words by Larry Lieber. From Astonishing Tales #4.

    — 1 year ago with 83 notes
    #Wally Wood  #Larry Lieber  #Doctor Doom  #Astonishing Tales 
    Wally Wood. Image from Comics Journal #70. Photographer unknown.

    Wally Wood. Image from Comics Journal #70. Photographer unknown.

    — 1 year ago with 118 notes
    #Wally Wood  #photos 
    Wally Wood, 1978. Photograph by Gilbert Ortiz.This photograph has often been pointed to as sad evidence of the ways in which the comics industry spat artists out, sending them into poverty and declining health. However, according to Bhob Stewart, “this small studio was just outside a two-story house where Wood lived at the time.”

    Wally Wood, 1978. Photograph by Gilbert Ortiz.

    This photograph has often been pointed to as sad evidence of the ways in which the comics industry spat artists out, sending them into poverty and declining health. However, according to Bhob Stewart, “this small studio was just outside a two-story house where Wood lived at the time.”


    — 1 year ago with 135 notes
    #Wally Wood  #photos 
    Wally Wood in the late 1950s.

    Wally Wood in the late 1950s.

    — 1 year ago with 65 notes
    #Wally Wood  #photos