Following up on yesterday’s London Underground “Lost Posters” item, here’s a poster advertising the two-door Ford Cortina Mark III, uncovered after the closure of the old Odeon cinema on King Street, Lancaster, which ended its days as the Regal, finally demolished in 2010 to make way for a new hotel
Back in 2010, a hidden time capsule of various advertising posters – ranging from the Ideal Home Exhibition to Pepsodent toothpaste – was discovered in an abandoned part of a London Underground tube station, boarded up since 1959
Web of Horror was an anthology horror comic published by Long Island-based Major Publications in the United States between 1969 to 1970. It ran for just three issues – but material from an unpublished fourth issue by some top comic artists is out there…
I came across this eye-catching study of DC Comics character Shazam by Bruno Oliveira quite by chance – tracking down the Brazilian artist’s original post here back in 2012 on DeviantArt – and thought I’d quickly spotlight it and his work.
If you’re a fan of artist Brian Bolland and you’re on Facebook, then one group you might want to consider joining is The Brian Bolland Appreciation Society. Not only will you find discussion of Brian’s work; Brian himself also posts… Read More ›