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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.

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.

clubchevon:

Johnny Quick, from the All-Star Squadron.
-Craig

clubchevon:

Johnny Quick, from the All-Star Squadron.

-Craig

dc-whos-who:

“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.”
Info here.
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.

dc-whos-who:

“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.”

Info here.

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.

comicbookcovers:

Flash Spectacular, 1978, cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez

comicbookcovers:

Flash Spectacular, 1978, cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez

comicbookcovers:

More Fun Comics #86, December 1942

I wonder if they changed Johnny’s speed formula later, or just got it wrong on this cover. (It should be “3X2(9YZ)4A”.)

comicbookcovers:

More Fun Comics #86, December 1942

I wonder if they changed Johnny’s speed formula later, or just got it wrong on this cover. (It should be “3X2(9YZ)4A”.)