Say it again: KING.
intrapanel:

KING.
ETERNALS #7
1976, Marvel Comics
Script and pencils by Jack Kirby, Mike Royer inks
Say it again: KING.
intrapanel:

KING.
ETERNALS #7
1976, Marvel Comics
Script and pencils by Jack Kirby, Mike Royer inks
Say it again: KING.
intrapanel:

KING.
ETERNALS #7
1976, Marvel Comics
Script and pencils by Jack Kirby, Mike Royer inks

Say it again: KING.

intrapanel:

KING.

ETERNALS #7

1976, Marvel Comics

Script and pencils by Jack Kirby, Mike Royer inks

intrapanel:

Huh. No wonder everyone’s looking forward to the Rapture.

THERE’S A NEW WORLD COMING

1974, Spire Christian Comics

Hal Lindsey script, Al Hartley art

Jim Starlin speaks to us in a secret language.
intrapanel:

That page.
CAPTAIN MARVEL #28
1973, Marvel Comics
Mike Friedrich and Jim Starlin script. Jim Starlin and Dan Green (with some John Romita assists) art.
Jim Starlin speaks to us in a secret language.
intrapanel:

That page.
CAPTAIN MARVEL #28
1973, Marvel Comics
Mike Friedrich and Jim Starlin script. Jim Starlin and Dan Green (with some John Romita assists) art.

Jim Starlin speaks to us in a secret language.

intrapanel:

That page.

CAPTAIN MARVEL #28

1973, Marvel Comics

Mike Friedrich and Jim Starlin script. Jim Starlin and Dan Green (with some John Romita assists) art.

Transcendant or apocalyptic?
intrapanel:

Dude just wants to dance. Why you gotta be a wet blanket, Jessica?
Though I have to admit that the guy’s dialogue does take on a kind of desperate urgency. WHY does he want to dance so badly? WHAT is he trying to forget? WHO can make him forget it?
SPIDER-WOMAN #17
1979, Marvel Comics
Mark Gruenwald script, Carmine Infantino and Mike Esposito art
Transcendant or apocalyptic?
intrapanel:

Dude just wants to dance. Why you gotta be a wet blanket, Jessica?
Though I have to admit that the guy’s dialogue does take on a kind of desperate urgency. WHY does he want to dance so badly? WHAT is he trying to forget? WHO can make him forget it?
SPIDER-WOMAN #17
1979, Marvel Comics
Mark Gruenwald script, Carmine Infantino and Mike Esposito art

Transcendant or apocalyptic?

intrapanel:

Dude just wants to dance. Why you gotta be a wet blanket, Jessica?

Though I have to admit that the guy’s dialogue does take on a kind of desperate urgency. WHY does he want to dance so badly? WHAT is he trying to forget? WHO can make him forget it?

SPIDER-WOMAN #17

1979, Marvel Comics

Mark Gruenwald script, Carmine Infantino and Mike Esposito art

True fact: I bought a forty dollar lot of comics just to get this one (but found a few Steranko reprints in it and some other goodness, so wisely spent.)
intrapanel:

Both Charlton and Gold Key comics are kinda not fun to hunt down credits for.

UFO FLYING SAUCERS #4
1974, Gold Key
No cover credit
True fact: I bought a forty dollar lot of comics just to get this one (but found a few Steranko reprints in it and some other goodness, so wisely spent.)
intrapanel:

Both Charlton and Gold Key comics are kinda not fun to hunt down credits for.

UFO FLYING SAUCERS #4
1974, Gold Key
No cover credit
True fact: I bought a forty dollar lot of comics just to get this one (but found a few Steranko reprints in it and some other goodness, so wisely spent.)
intrapanel:

Both Charlton and Gold Key comics are kinda not fun to hunt down credits for.

UFO FLYING SAUCERS #4
1974, Gold Key
No cover credit

True fact: I bought a forty dollar lot of comics just to get this one (but found a few Steranko reprints in it and some other goodness, so wisely spent.)

intrapanel:

Both Charlton and Gold Key comics are kinda not fun to hunt down credits for.

UFO FLYING SAUCERS #4

1974, Gold Key

No cover credit

intrapanel:

The secret character in every DC war comic ever.

WEIRD WAR TALES #24

1974, DC Comics

Louis Dominguez cover

The secret history of Intrapanel.

intrapanel:

The very first Intrapanel photo. Only I didn’t know it, at the time of the taking. From one of the Grant/Byrne issues of THE AVENGERS.

Taken with a completely different camera than the one I use today, a Fuji FinePix S7000, probably in 2010 or so. The camera was fine until the CCD melted down and now it only takes pictures of pink and green and black blobby shapes. Fine for glitch art if that’s your thing (it ain’t mine.)

The above was taken as source art for the cover of THE COLLECTED FULL BLEED, my first ebook, a collection of my comics and popcult writing from 2003 until around 2009 or so, maybe a touch later. You can still find it on Amazon if you’re so inclined. At this point it’s more a window into my take on the recent past than anything particularly useful. Back when the blogosphere was just getting ready to go supernova, before google ads and twitter and the New 52.

You can check it out here if you’re so inclined.

Wake me when a Marvel movie has a quarter this inventiveness or style.

intrapanel:

STERANKO.

From NICK FURY AND HIS AGENTS OF SHIELD (reprint series) #4, 1973.

Steranko art. Which makes this, as a reprint, better than 95% of comics that came out in 1973.

highway62:

If there’s one comic responsible for me going nuts like this, it’s the above. I’d been reading it at the kitchen table and the afternoon sun fell across it just right and I couldn’t help myself. I had to grab the camera and start clicking away.
They don’t make ‘em like this anymore.
intrapanel:

VAULT OF EVIL #14. Frank Giacoia and Ron Wilson.

highway62:

If there’s one comic responsible for me going nuts like this, it’s the above. I’d been reading it at the kitchen table and the afternoon sun fell across it just right and I couldn’t help myself. I had to grab the camera and start clicking away.
They don’t make ‘em like this anymore.
intrapanel:

VAULT OF EVIL #14. Frank Giacoia and Ron Wilson.

highway62:

If there’s one comic responsible for me going nuts like this, it’s the above. I’d been reading it at the kitchen table and the afternoon sun fell across it just right and I couldn’t help myself. I had to grab the camera and start clicking away.

They don’t make ‘em like this anymore.

intrapanel:

VAULT OF EVIL #14. Frank Giacoia and Ron Wilson.

The first post made to Intrapanel, one year ago today. I’d started posting macro shots of some of my comics at Highway 62 a couple weeks before that.

Pretty sure I asked Mr. Simonson about this and it’s not his work (the credit came from a Marvel wiki somewhere.) Think it’s actually Frank Miller and another of Marvel’s ubiquitous inkers from the time. Though the colorist did the heavy lifting on this one.

intrapanel:

STAR WARS #47 cover detail

Walt Simonson and Al Milgrom credited.