Comments posted by Milk

Fantastic Four 66 Owner : juka

Nice page Justin

Posted on: 11/12/21, 3:47 AM
X-Men 2 page 11 Owner : juka

Wow Justin. I thought that page vanished. Congrats! Steve V.

Posted on: 9/17/21, 10:29 PM
Ant Man in Tales To Astonish, 40 page 9 Owner : juka

Hey Justin! That's not an ant sized page! Congrats! Steve V.

Posted on: 9/17/21, 10:27 PM
Tales to Antonish 45. Antman Owner : Milk

I agree in 1964 in this tales to Astonish 45, Don Heck didn't have those slightly bizarre body distortions that fueled his production in the 1950s. I agree Heck's middle work in the 1960s does not show as many flaws. Look at the faces. Plenty of charactor! Early Heck was based on Kirby in Avengers 1 to 8. Later Heck by Avengers 39 was influenced by Buscema. In the 1970s until 1993, in his later work Heck shows a certain loose pencil style as a designer who drew effortlessly because he possessed immense talent. Heck's early pencils were tight. Stan Lee would not allow Heck to draw many early covers. Maybe Avengers 11. I never criticize Heck's work. John Buscema joined marvel superheros later, 2 years after this page. John Buscema for worked with Heck later on and shared jobs. Heck was an artist of fame since about 1952.! Heck did horror and even some romance. I see Don Heck knew how to lay out a story and tell a story. Heck was a story teller, and a good inker. Heck did not have a style of characters jumping out of the book, like Jack Kirby. Kirby, was the #1 Marvel artist. He did the covers to sell the books Heck did a good job on Iron Man in 1963 with great charactorization and story telling. The Avengers by Heck was difficult to draw with so many charactoers. It was hard to develop charactorization of all 8 Avengers. Heck draws interesting faces. Rarely do his characters look the same. In any case, this is a weaker board, but i like it because of the story telling. This page has several main heros and villains and moves the story forward. Thank you for your congratulations! I am happy you enjoy!.πŸ˜ƒ

Posted on: 2/20/21, 2:03 AM
Tales of Suspense #2 page 4 Owner : mmaillot

I like it.πŸ˜ƒ

Posted on: 2/19/21, 10:06 PM
Herb Trimpe - Shogun Warriors #3 page 2 Owner : Twitch

Cl A Classic TrimpeπŸ˜„

Posted on: 12/26/20, 6:48 AM
It's a stat plus a negative too! . . . .The black acetone master plate embossing film is show just below. Owner : Milk!?! -yes. It's the only full size stat and proof negative that i have ever seen. I never see these for sale together with the original art pages.

Posted on: 11/22/20, 12:59 AM

The titanium man is classic!

Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:52 PM

The cover to Fantastic Four #12, 1963, is a favorite of so many. Wishing you further describe this piece, to explain it more.

Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:43 PM
Brick BRADFORD Owner : JCS

Its a good one !!! πŸ˜„

Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:29 PM
Fantax - Robert "Bob Roc" ROCCA Owner : JCS

Fantax- tique!!!! 😍

Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:13 PM
Archie le Robot Owner : JCS


Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:09 PM
Miror Man Owner : Milk

my whole collection for this board! ??? So funny.....πŸ˜ƒ (Do you collect popsicle sticks?)

Posted on: 9/7/20, 2:02 PM
Movie Humor Owner : Milk

I believe these to be 1930's "pitch art," for editor Fred Witters to select magazine cover designs for publication from a range of layout designs submitted by artists like Cardwell Higgins.

Posted on: 9/6/20, 6:11 PM
Batman Convention Drawing Owner : Milk

Becoolman: Actually Neil and Leigh are 2 local friends of mine who met Gene Colan at a local show, and are bothers. These 2cbrothers do everything together, including comics art. I am sure they were in awe watching Colan draw it. Neil and Leigh are big fans of Colan and i was fortunate to pry this drawing from them, to have thus included as part of a a bigger deal.

Posted on: 9/5/20, 5:37 PM
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