Shout-out to Dan Quisenberry.
"I found a delivery in my flaw."
Quisenberry was part of that tiny fraternity of pitchers in the late ’70s and early ’80s who threw with a loosey-goosey, underhand motion. These pitchers fascinated me as a kid with their black magic throwing style.
The Talking View-Master Spider-Man Gift Pak, 1977
This was my first exposure to the Black Widow.
Oh wow, I had the Talking Viewmaster with this reel. These were the best. Such a fascinating technological artifact, a device that showed static, 3D(-ish) images with the bonus of a wobbly sound recording to add to the entertainment experience.
Commissioner Gordon by David Mazzucchelli (from DC Who’s Who)
You think your media center looks cool? Pffffft.
The KUBA Komet was produced from 1957 to 1962 in West Germany.
They came with 8 speakers, a record player, a radio, and a TV screen.
I’d still love to have one of these in my family room, as is.
Man, I love Bill Sienkiewicz’s Greco-Roman style SHIELD logo from Elektra Assassin.
I wished it was used more. Declan Shalvey recently reused this logo in Moon Knight #1.
Found an unfinished Batman Drawing, so I finished it.