dave cockrum came up with awesome beards, like the one on BLACK TOM CASSIDY to go with his nice blow-dried hairstyle
bad hair day for NIGHTCRAWLER. also, another cockrum innovoation — the panel gutters made of electricity and the layout radiating from roughly the center of the page to diffuse claremont’s excessive verbiage from cluttering the artwork
The highlight just makes Adama’s halo seem even grander.
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA #2
1979, Marvel Comics
Dave Cockrum cover
having the X-Men trade outfits with the Imperial Guard must have been a lunch-hour gag about Cockrum’s distinct clothing designs. I’m glad they saw it through
X-Men #107 by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum
late era cockrum cheesecake of STORM
even Dave Cockrum fan mail, as photographed by Intrapanel, is gorgeous
Leftover from yesterday’s look at CAPTAIN MARVEL #28.
There may or may not be content today. Feeling pretty awful.
In the meantime, treat this like a word search puzzle.
Havok’s whole career depends on an artist’s willingness to use a compass.
X-Men #100 by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum