brudesworld:

Gil Kane, 1966

brudesworld:

Gil Kane, 1966

Awwww yeaaah.

Awwww yeaaah.

brianmichaelbendis:

John Carter by Manuel Sanjulian / Blog

Oh my GOD. I forgot about these. 

Pulp Commentary - THE ROCKETEER

Pulp Commentary – THE ROCKETEER

In this edition of Pulp Commentary, the boys ask you… WHERE… IS… THE ROCKET!? No idea? Well, can you at least reveal to us the identity of The Laughing Bandit? WHAT!? Good heavens, it’s Sir Reginald!? But enough about us learning various secrets, because tonight we’re strapping a jetpack on, wearing the most art-deco helmet in history, and battling evil nazi Timothy Dalton atop a blimp! Let it be…

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BTBB Drive-In - MOON OF THE WOLF

BTBB Drive-In – MOON OF THE WOLF

In which the good ol’ boys turn against the air itself and suffer the wrath of The Gryffindor, as they watch the 70’s TV horror classic Swamp Werewolf Sheriff Gator Assassin, P.I. Or something like that. ANTON ARCANNNNNNNE!!!

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Pulp Nightmare 69 - Col. Mustard is a BITCH (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Flexo)

Pulp Nightmare 69 – Col. Mustard is a BITCH (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Flexo)

In which the boys find that the tables are once again turned, because it’s time for a new Flexo Fourway! From cryptic clues to secret beginnings, listen as Mike, MB, and Hero try to decipher the mystery behind; a nefarious prom plot, how turning things over solves their problems, and perhaps the most important question of all — how DO YOU turn Flexo on? Stop beating inside my chest, Hitler!

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Box Office Pulp - Star Trek Into Darkness

Box Office Pulp – Star Trek Into Darkness

In this episode, MB and Cody go Into Darkness. And Star Trek. But mostly, they spend 40 minutes fighting the urge to repeatedly say the word “Cumberbatch.”

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BTBB Drive-In - GREASE

BTBB Drive-In – GREASE

In which the good ol’ boys follow the journey of a man out of time, out of luck, and out of his element. A lonely traveler striding down a road comprised entirely of dead ends, battling the hell-hounds at his feet and the hell-fire in his own heart. Listen to them recount the tale of this weary ronin, of the women he loved, the friends he lost, and the races he dragged, as they watch the Johnson…

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Covers for Batwoman #24, #26 and #23.

Art by J. H. Williams III.