Questions/Comments   I'm not sure Dave Cockrum has much relevance beyond the Sci-Fi, Disco-Comics Era (1974-1979), but I'm into him.

The Uncanny Dave Cockrum Estate: Dave Cockrum's personal X-Men comics collection →

dave and paty cockrumplease have a look through dave cockrum’s personal comics collection. there may be a back issue you’re looking for sale there, and the sale goes toward dave’s widow paty cockrum. it’s a win, win situation for everyone!

http://davecockrumcomics.blogspot.com/2014/03/dave-cockrums-personal-x-men-comics.html

— 3 weeks ago with 5 notes
intrapanel:

Awfully green for a red-shirt. Dave Cockrum pencils under those inks if you can believe it.
STAR TREK #4
1980, Marvel Comics
Marv Wolfman script, Dave Cockrum pencils, Klaus Janson inks


Janson!

intrapanel:

Awfully green for a red-shirt. Dave Cockrum pencils under those inks if you can believe it.

STAR TREK #4

1980, Marvel Comics

Marv Wolfman script, Dave Cockrum pencils, Klaus Janson inks

Janson!

— 3 weeks ago with 6 notes
thank you very much ivan cockrum, greatly appreciate hearing the kind sentiments! also, cartoonist steven weissman is the founder of this TUMBLR page, i merely contribute on many occasions.
sincerely,
-chris anthony diaz

thank you very much ivan cockrum, greatly appreciate hearing the kind sentiments! also, cartoonist steven weissman is the founder of this TUMBLR page, i merely contribute on many occasions.

sincerely,

-chris anthony diaz

— 1 month ago with 8 notes
marvel1980s:

1982 - Bob Wiacek inking over Dave Cockrum’s pencils for the cover to Uncanny X-Men #164.

this is good, too

marvel1980s:

1982 - Bob Wiacek inking over Dave Cockrum’s pencils for the cover to Uncanny X-Men #164.

this is good, too

(via themarvelageofcomics)

— 1 month ago with 167 notes
sniktawt:

The Human Fly #3, Nov. 1977.
Art by Dave Cockrum And Joe Sinnott.

I prefer this look to the softer Cockrum/Rubenstein we’ve all been posting lately

sniktawt:

The Human Fly #3, Nov. 1977.

Art by Dave Cockrum And Joe Sinnott.

I prefer this look to the softer Cockrum/Rubenstein we’ve all been posting lately

— 1 month ago with 8 notes

intrapanel:

Two entrances from opposing pages.

X-MEN #145

1981, Marvel Comics

Chris Claremont writer, Dave Cockrum and Joe Rubenstein artists, Joe Rosen letters, Glynis Wein colors

— 1 month ago with 18 notes
I picked up some good stuff at the paperback show today, including Futurians 1

I picked up some good stuff at the paperback show today, including Futurians 1

— 1 month ago with 4 notes

intrapanel:

X-MEN #108

1977, Marvel Comics

Dave Cockrum cover

yeah, Gorgeous! we need to dig up the original for Cockrum’s superior X-Men corner box

— 1 month ago with 21 notes
intrapanel:

X-MEN #145
1981, Marvel Comics
Chris Claremont writer, Dave Cockrum and Joe Rubenstein artists, Joe Rosen letters, Glynis Wein colors

intrapanel:

X-MEN #145

1981, Marvel Comics

Chris Claremont writer, Dave Cockrum and Joe Rubenstein artists, Joe Rosen letters, Glynis Wein colors

— 1 month ago with 10 notes