Emergency Light Content Week™ continues with quite possibly the least necessary superhero panel of all time! If there was a coupon on the other side of this page, you could cut it out and not even ruin the value of the book!
Panel from Fantastic Four #158 (May 1975), script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Joe Sinnott, colors by Janice Cohen, letters by Joe Rosen
Panel from Batman: Shadow of the Bat #42 (September 1995),
script by Alan Grant;
layouts by Liam Sharpe;
finished pencils by Joe Staton;
inks by Ray McCarthy, Ron Boyd, and Scott Hanna;
colors by Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh, letters by Bill Oakley
Peter Parker got a Valentine? Who do you think it came from? Aunt May? Doc Ock? Green Goblin? J. Jonah Jameson?
Guess agwen, true believers!
Luckily, Pete and his giant fingernails already has those little hotdogs wrapped in pastry out, so Gwen doesn't have to wait to nosh. (It's not a real proper party without itty bitty pigs in a blanket.)
I couldn't say no to that question...could you? And more important...does Pete?
Panels from Spider-Man: Blue #6 (April 2003), script by Jeph Loeb, pencils and inks by Tim Sale, colors by Steve Buccellato, letters by Richard Starkings and Wes Abbott
Here's hoping your Valentine's Day winds up just as lovely. And with less of that being-tossed-off-a-bridge thing.
...not to mention the time Superman totally made out with his cousin's lookalike. DC Comics, that's just wrong.
House ad from Teen Titans v.1 #26 (March-April 1970)
Since getting lots of Valentines is more fun that just having one in your little mailbox, stay tuned tonight for V-Day fun and frolics featuring your comics favorites! And if you're not careful, you might love some before it's done!
Panel from The Untold Legend of the Batman #2 (August 1980),
script by Len Wein;
pencils, inks, and letters by Jim Aparo;
inks by Glynis Wein
Much of the back-history of the three-issue limited series The Untold Legend of Batman has been retconned several times over (including the origin of Alfred), but this is one of my favorite Batman mini-series, with great art by John Byrne and Jim Aparo, and deserves to be reprinted in trade paperback or one of those glossy DC Comics Presents comic books. This is one of the single best introductions to The Batman: who He Is and How He Came To Be. C'mon, DC...put it in print again!