Friday, October 31, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Sometimes in the quarter bins you find books that you never heard of before. That was the case with Attack of the Super Monsters from Big Umbrella Comics in 2003. With that title I thought the best time to show the letter page letterhead would be on Halloween week. So here it is
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
For election day I would love to post the letter page letterhead from the comic book Prez that DC published. Does anyone know where I can find one on the internet or a scan of it from their own collection? I don't own the books and can't seem to find them at my local comic shop at an affordable price.
On the left I have added the gadget for digital radio. With this gadget you can listen to music while you read my blogs. Depending on the icon you click you can hear music from a pre-designated page or music you have on your own computer. All of this is to make your browsing and reading of my blogs a more pleasant experience.
This has nothing to do with the Disney Pirate movies that seem to be so popular now. This was a comic book mini-series that was created by actor Mark Hamill.
The page above seems like it is what would become their letters page.
Monday, October 27, 2008
This letterhead is from Hulk 2099 and if never read or saw the series and wonder why they called it Tongue Lashings then take a look at the Hulk from that year.
He didn't have to be big and green to scare you. That tongue would do it all by itself.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
It has been awhile but here is a new letterhead for the museum collection.
This letterhead kind of reminds me of the 1960's Justice League of America letterhead.
If you have any letterheads that you would like to see here you can e-mail them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org Also, let me know if there are any that you would like to see but don't have yourself. I will keep an eye out for them.
Friday, October 3, 2008
Well right now the cupboards are bare as this is the last letterhead I have at the present time to post. No the site won't go away. You will just have to wait till I replenish the art stock for the museum. If you wish t submit any from your collection please e-mail them to me at email@example.com
The one piece of art you are currently looking at above is from the DC mini-series publication Peacemaker from 1988. Peacemaker became a DC character when they bought the Charlton characters when that company went out of business. I wasn't able to read when Charlton was publishing the character. I did enjoy looking at the pictures and I really liked that crazy helmet that Peacemaker wore. From what I remember Peacemaker was a cross between Iron man and Captain America for the Charlton company. He leaned more towards Cap then he did Iron Man.
Charlton did more with him then DC did. He did get this mini-series and the ending was open so you know they were hoping for a regular series. That never happened at DC. As far as I know DC sent him packing to the home for retired superheroes where he sits back and remembers his glory days. His days at Charlton that is. He didn't seem to have any at DC as this series tried to show that he had mental and emotional problems. By the time the 80's came around the days of the nearly perfect superhero were gone. Now you have to have serious mental and/or emotional problems if you were to become a superhero.