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    Red Wolf #7. Art by Syd Shores and Jack Abel. Words by Gardner Fox.

    Red Wolf #7. Art by Syd Shores and Jack Abel. Words by Gardner Fox.

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    — 1 day ago with 82 notes
    #red wolf  #syd shores  #jack abel  #gardner fox  #insane panels 
    Let’s hope the Vision doesn’t go blind! From Marvel Mystery Comics #40, February 1943.

    Let’s hope the Vision doesn’t go blind! From Marvel Mystery Comics #40, February 1943.

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    — 3 months ago with 169 notes
    #syd shores  #timely  #marvel mystery comics  #insane panels 

    Time to join the Fred Guardineer Fan Club, if you haven’t already.

    Moon-Man in MYSTIC COMICS #5, March 1941. Art by Fred Guardineer.

    — 5 months ago with 204 notes
    #Moon-man  #my  #Mystic Comics  #fred guardineer  #timely  #insane panels 
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…A Very Personal Hell  James Shooter, John Buscema, Alfredo Alcala et Steve Oliff Hulk #23  1980

    fredandrieu:

    …A Very Personal Hell
    James Shooter, John Buscema, Alfredo Alcala et Steve Oliff
    Hulk #23 
    1980

    — 7 months ago with 44 notes
    #jim shooter  #john buscema  #alfredo alcala  #hulk  #steve oliff  #insane panels 
    Can someone please explain to me what is going on in that last panel?Vision and the Scarlet Witch #8, 1986. Art by Richard Howell and Frank Springer. Words by Steve Englehart.

    Can someone please explain to me what is going on in that last panel?

    Vision and the Scarlet Witch #8, 1986. Art by Richard Howell and Frank Springer. Words by Steve Englehart.

    — 8 months ago with 33 notes
    #vision  #scarlet witch  #luke cage  #quicksilver  #mlk  #Steve Englehart  #richard howell  #frank springer  #insane panels 
    From Spidey-Super Stories #20, December 1976.

    From Spidey-Super Stories #20, December 1976.

    — 8 months ago with 99 notes
    #insane panels  #spidey 
    The Crimson Avenger by Jack Lehti, from DETECTIVE COMICS #44, 1940.

    The Crimson Avenger by Jack Lehti, from DETECTIVE COMICS #44, 1940.

    — 1 year ago with 52 notes
    #Jack Lehti  #Crimson Avenger  #Detective Comics  #no marvel content  #insane panels 
    From Sub-Mariner Comics #17, 1945.

    From Sub-Mariner Comics #17, 1945.

    — 1 year ago with 18 notes
    #Sub-Mariner  #Angel  #insane panels 
    Marvel Mystery Comics #89. Art by Mike Sekowsky

    Marvel Mystery Comics #89. Art by Mike Sekowsky

    — 1 year ago with 27 notes
    #marvel mystery comics  #Mike Sekowsky  #Sun Girl  #insane panels 
    Polishing this machine.Art by Don Heck. From Tales to Astonish #22, 1961.

    Polishing this machine.

    Art by Don Heck. From Tales to Astonish #22, 1961.

    — 1 year ago with 20 notes
    #Tales To Astonish  #Don Heck  #insane panels 
    What’s a super-sleeping pill between friends? Art by Dick Ayers, circa 1954. Published in Marvel Super-Heroes #16, 1968.

    What’s a super-sleeping pill between friends?

    Art by Dick Ayers, circa 1954. Published in Marvel Super-Heroes #16, 1968.

    — 1 year ago with 94 notes
    #Human Torch  #Toro  #insane panels  #Dick Ayers  #Marvel Super-Heroes 
    Red Wolf #7. Art by Syd Shores and Jack Abel. Words by Gardner Fox.

    Red Wolf #7. Art by Syd Shores and Jack Abel. Words by Gardner Fox.

    — 1 year ago with 82 notes
    #Syd Shores  #Jack Abel  #gardner fox  #Red Wolf  #insane panels 
    While Angar is trippin’ out, Moondragon enters his soul. Art by Bob Brown and Sal Buscema; Words by Steve Gerber. From Daredevil #107, January 1974.

    While Angar is trippin’ out, Moondragon enters his soul. Art by Bob Brown and Sal Buscema; Words by Steve Gerber. From Daredevil #107, January 1974.

    — 1 year ago with 34 notes
    #Angar  #Moondragon  #Bob Brown  #Sal Buscema  #Steve Gerber  #insane panels 
    Moon-Man in MYSTIC COMICS #5, March 1941. Art by Fred Guardineer.

    Moon-Man in MYSTIC COMICS #5, March 1941. Art by Fred Guardineer.

    — 2 years ago with 12 notes
    #timely  #comics  #fred guardineer  #mystic comics  #moon-man  #insane panels 
    Ms. Marvel #22, February 1979. Pencils by Mike Vosburg, Inking by Mike Zeck, Words by Chris Claremont, Colors by Bob Sharen, Lettering by Jim Novak.

    Ms. Marvel #22, February 1979. Pencils by Mike Vosburg, Inking by Mike Zeck, Words by Chris Claremont, Colors by Bob Sharen, Lettering by Jim Novak.

    — 2 years ago with 5 notes
    #carol danvers  #chris claremont  #insane panels  #mike vosburg  #mike zeck  #ms. marvel  #oddly shaped guitars  #outdoor staircase  #purple suit  #transference