DC characters turned to vectors.
Post-Punk New Wave Super Friends by Butcher Billy
We’re all moved by music in some way or another, whether that be in the ass-shaking region or touched by heart-wrenching lyrics, but could the tunes spinning on your record player, walkman, or speakers move one to be a hero? Much like our fabled superheroes, recording artists wield great responsibility and can just as easily save lives. Billy’s newest series explores the relationship between real heroism and fantasy, though in real life we never got Billy Idol riding a giant seahorse so maybe comic books have the edge in that respect.
April marks the 75th anniversary of the first appearance of the character Superman.
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Batman #33 Double Cover (DC, 1946) CGC NM 9.4 -
Dick Sprang supplied the art for the Yuletide scene.
Not everyone involved in the issue is in the spirit of giving, though — take the Penguin, who’s in the spirit of stealing, with only Batman and Robin to stand in his way.
The interior art is by Win Mortimer.