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    Fake subscription ad for Marvel Comics, circa 1968. Art by Marie Severin.

    Fake subscription ad for Marvel Comics, circa 1968. Art by Marie Severin.

    (Source: seanhowe)

    — 1 month ago with 160 notes
    #house ad  #marie severin  #Not Brand Echh 
    Late-1965 ad for Fantasy Masterpieces #3. "See the early work of Kirby, Ditko, Heck, Ayers and Sinnott! Prefaces by Stan Lee!"

    Late-1965 ad for Fantasy Masterpieces #3.

    "See the early work of Kirby, Ditko, Heck, Ayers and Sinnott! Prefaces by Stan Lee!"

    — 6 months ago with 42 notes
    #fantasy masterpieces  #jack kirby  #steve ditko  #don heck  #dick ayers  #joe sinnott  #stan lee  #house ad 
    Marvel Comics house ad from 1979 identifying Stan Lee and Steve Ditko as creators of “a classic.”

    Marvel Comics house ad from 1979 identifying Stan Lee and Steve Ditko as creators of “a classic.”

    — 8 months ago with 292 notes
    #spider-man  #stan lee  #steve ditko  #house ad 
    Don’t Delay Another Second! Become a Member of Captain America’s Sentinels of Liberty Now! Do It Now!AMERICA ALWAYS!

    Don’t Delay Another Second! Become a Member of Captain America’s Sentinels of Liberty Now!

    Do It Now!

    AMERICA ALWAYS!

    — 10 months ago with 37 notes
    #captain america  #house ad 
    House ad for Mystic Comics #3 and Daring Mystery Comics #5. “Here’s some news that’s twice as good!”

    House ad for Mystic Comics #3 and Daring Mystery Comics #5. “Here’s some news that’s twice as good!”

    — 10 months ago with 52 notes
    #house ad  #Mystic Comics  #daring mystery comics  #falcon  #blue blaze 
    Do you want a KICK out of your reading? Marvel Mystery Comics does a painless job.”House ad from Sub-Mariner Comics #4.

    Do you want a KICK out of your reading? Marvel Mystery Comics does a painless job.”

    House ad from Sub-Mariner Comics #4.

    — 11 months ago with 103 notes
    #timely  #house ad 
    House ad for Marvel Mystery Comics in the science fiction pulp magazine Marvel Stories #2, November 1940. Art by Carl Burgos.

    House ad for Marvel Mystery Comics in the science fiction pulp magazine Marvel Stories #2, November 1940. Art by Carl Burgos.

    — 1 year ago with 41 notes
    #Human Torch  #marvel mystery comics  #marvel comics  #carl burgos  #pulp  #pulps  #house ad  #ads 
    Back cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #8.

    Back cover of Marvel Mystery Comics #8.

    — 1 year ago with 64 notes
    #marvel mystery comics  #house ad 
    From the fear-drenched jungles of zombie-haunted Haiti—make way for Brother Voodoo!

    From the fear-drenched jungles of zombie-haunted Haiti—make way for Brother Voodoo!

    — 1 year ago with 123 notes
    #BROTHER VOODOO  #Strange Tales  #house ad  #zombies 
    House ad for Namora, 1948.

    House ad for Namora, 1948.

    — 1 year ago with 119 notes
    #Namora  #house ad 
    House ad for 1965 Marvel annuals. It was a very good year.

    House ad for 1965 Marvel annuals. It was a very good year.

    — 1 year ago with 51 notes
    #house ad 
    Tales of the Zombie house ad, 1975.

    Tales of the Zombie house ad, 1975.

    — 1 year ago with 147 notes
    #tales of the zombie  #house ad 
    A good week to visit the newsstand. 1972.

    A good week to visit the newsstand. 1972.

    — 1 year ago with 63 notes
    #house ad  #warlock  #Tomb of Dracula 
    "Civilization itself seems to be one long, agonized scream. It is time for Moon Knight."

    "Civilization itself seems to be one long, agonized scream. It is time for Moon Knight."

    — 1 year ago with 329 notes
    #Moon Knight  #Bill Sienkiewicz  #house ad