Tuesday, September 16, 2014


A FEW YEARS AGO I POSTED ARTWORK OF A "SUPER HERO JAM" ON WHICH MANY LEGENDARY COMIC BOOK ARTISTS COLLABORATED.  It is, in fact, the first illustration below.  However, I did not know at the time that there was a whole series of them which were apparently commissioned in the 1970s-1980s by a collector of comic art named Martin Greim.  For anyone who loves these characters and the artists who brought them to life, these are incredibly exciting illustrations and I wanted to post them here for those who have not had a chance to see them.  It's sad that so many of these masterful artists are gone; but that is what makes these pictures so great in that we get to see unearthed artwork by the masters of comic book art in collaboration with each other in a giant comix jam! -- remember to click on the pictures so you can biggify them.

C. C. Beck, Rich Buckler, Steve Ditko, Lee Elias, Carmine Infantino, Fred Kida, Frank Miller, Jim Mooney, Irv Novick, John Romita Sr., Joe Staton, and Bernie Wrightson

John Byrne, Terry Austin, George Perez, Joe Sinnott, Bob Wiacek, Walt Simonson, Jim Starlin, Al Milgrom, Keith Pollard, John Romita Jr. and John Beatty.

Neal Adams, Ross Andru, John Buscema, Dave Cockrum, Dick Dillin, Jose Garcia-Lopez, Gil Kane, Joe Kubert, Rudy Nebres, Wendy Pini, Frank Thorne, Mike Royer, Joe Sinnott and Bob Layton (and Stan Lee gets in an "Excelsior!")

George Perez, Romeo Tanghal, Dave Stevens, Dave Sim, Dave Cockrum, John Severin, Paul Ryan, Willie Blyberg, Scott McCloud, Steve Rude, Michael Gilbert, Dan Adkins, Dick Ayers and Gray Morrow

Tom Sutton, Ernie Chan, Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, Michael Golden, Curt Swan, Wally Wood, Joe Staton, Dick Giordano, Gene Colan, John Byrne, Terry Austin, Jim Steranko, and Jim Aparo

Milton Caniff, Don Newton, John Prentice, Al Williamson, Al McWilliams, Chester Gould, Murphy Anderson, Will Eisner, Frank Robbins, John Cullen Murphy, Frank Robbins,and Gil Kane

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