Thursday, August 25, 2011

Guy Perez covers Superboy 6
























Original cover by Al Plastino and Bob Oksner; DC 1950. Guy Perez's website is here.

19 comments:

  1. Definitely not approved by the Comics Code Authority.

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  2. Best cover ever. At least for this week =D

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  3. The original is hotter.

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  4. Who would've thought that lesbians rolling around in bed in their underwear would be so popular?

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  5. Heh, well played Mr.Goodin, well played. As well, surely Mr.Perez was QUITE aware that THIS image would...um...er....turn people on,so-to-speak.

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  6. I'm surprised you skipped the "52 BIG pages" part. Seems equally suggestive.

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  7. This brightened my day considerably.

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  8. My wife and I printed these and hung them in our bathroom.

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  9. Deplorable. Where can I see more?

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  10. Silly people! Don't you know that only female comic characters can be sex objects! Stop objectifying that wholesome image of Krypto-Americanism!!!

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  11. thank you all for the great response! :)

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  12. It really gets one's attention, but the Comics Code Authority is spinning in it's grave.

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  13. you should give them an award for this one

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  14. The strategically placed tennis racket, with the phallic symbol symbol enveloped within the teeny-bopper's legs, is really worthy of Steranko's infamous "holster" scene from "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D." Both covers are equally brilliant, the original for getting the real message past the Comic Code's Authority, and the other for laying bare the original intent of Superman as a wish fulfillment of Shuster & Siegel of being a powerful hero that would attract girls, and of course, the groupie culture...

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