An old Mike Parobeck JSA promo poster reinterpreted by J.K. Woodward. (Click through for the original and some process shots.) There’s also a lot of Parobeck’s JSA work tagged with his name on this blog.
“The Justice Society of America is the oldest and longest-lasting team of super-heroes in history. Its origins date back to late 1940, when, under the direction of President Franklin Roosevelt, eight of America’s greatest “mystery men” - The Spectre, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Flash, Atom, Sandman and Hawkman - thwarted Adolf Hitler’s proposed invasion of England. Again, at Roosevelt’s suggestion, those eight decided to band together permanently, handling as a team those menaces too great for any one hero to overcome.”
Text: Mark Waid/art: Mike Parobek & Terry Austin/colors: Glenn Whitmore
I think I actually reblogged this piece recently, but it’s the JSA and Mike Parobeck so please forgive me for showing it again.
glenn2f asked:A couple of years ago you told us Hawkeye would be a character to keep an eye on in the upcoming year. His series is on many "best of..." lists now. Anyone you think could do the same in 2014?
I think that once the film opens, you’re going to see more Rocket Raccoon love around the globe than you’ll know what to do with.