Let’s make this cartoon now OK thanks.
Envelope, badge and membership card from the Captain America’s Sentinels of Liberty club of the 1940s.
Heroes for Hire by Khary Randolph & Emilio Lopez.
This needs to happen, obviously, but who is that woman on the bottom left? I can’t tell and it’s driving me crazy.
Throughout this story in BLONDE PHANTOM #17, the Sub-Mariner is sporting a shirt with a giant “S.” Did this last for one issue only?
Is this from an Amalgam book?
(A Namor/Superman character would make a twisted kind of sense.)
Was there a Star Trek: Generations reference in there too, am I just too big a nerd?
(P.S. The X-Men don’t use a quinjet. P.P.S. I am too big a nerd.)
This Fearless Defenders cover is incredible.
In fact, all the covers for this series have been great. If only it was the same artist on the interiors…
Unredeemingly violent and willfully unassimilated, the sneering Sub-Mariner was the reverse negative of the alien-as-immigrant-hero Superman.
- Sean Howe, Marvel Comics: The Untold Story page 14. A perfect summation of why Namor specifically, and Marvel generally, were so different.
R.I.P. Carmine Infantino (May 24, 1925 – April 4, 2013)
Pencils by Carmine Infantino
Inks by Bob Wiacek
“Ho, Tanngrisnir! Onward! Onward!”