Tag Carmine Infantino

Covered 365: Day 327

Laugh #327, Archie Comics, June 1978. Artist: Dan DeCarlo. A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. I couldn’t pick a winner based…

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Covered 365: Day 321

Four Color #321, Dell Publishing, March 1951. Artist: Uncredited. The cover to Four Color #321 brought such a huge smile to my face, for some reason it reminded me of an old Far Side cartoon where two Polar Bears are…

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Covered 365: Day 199

Wonder Woman #199, DC Comics, April 1972. Artist: Jeff Jones. Jeff Jones’ cover to Wonder Woman #199 is scary good, I know Jones likes to channel Frazetta but he owns this classic. Carmine Infantino’s Superman #199 is a worthy winner…

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Covered 365: Day 197

Strange Adventures #197, DC Comics, February 1967. Artist: Carmine Infantino. Carmine Infantino is slowly piling up cover of the day honors and may end up the overall winner at this rate (I have to figure out a time-effective way to…

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Covered 365: Day 189

Batman #189, DC Comics, February 1967. Artist: Carmine Infantino. The Scarecrow is one of those great villains that always seems to produce standout covers, Carmine Infantino does a nice job reintroducing the Scarecrow! Wonder Woman has the rare honour (I…

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Covered 365: Day 175

Flash #175, DC Comics, December 1967, Artist: Carmine Infantino and Al Plastino. It simply has to be another Flash. Flash #175 is the strongest of the batch, jet black background, two principle characters in a heated race, a striking image easily…

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Covered 365: Day 174

Flash #174, DC Comics, November 1967, Artist: Carmine Infantino. I know it’s just a bunch of really tall letters that spell FLASH but I’ve always loved Flash #174, it gets me thinking of all those great Will Eisner SPIRIT covers. Wonder…

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Covered 365: Day 171

Batman #171, DC Comics, May 1965, Artist: Carmine Infantino . Carmine Infantino’s cover to Batman #171 is recognizable from across the convention floor, such a standout, I’ve owned a few but I’ll always remember seeing a copy in Boston maybe 20…

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Undervalued Spotlight #342

Strange Adventures #205, DC Comics, October 1967 The Silver Age has seen heavy speculation on all 1st appearances of note. Pure speculation can put strong upward pressure on prices as we rush to own these key issues before they “explode” in…

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