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.

brianmichaelbendis:

Cyclops forging a team by Dave Cockrum

brianmichaelbendis:

Cyclops forging a team by Dave Cockrum

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intrapanel:

Colossus makes a scene.
X-MEN #145
1981, Marvel Comics

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

intrapanel:

Colossus makes a scene.

X-MEN #145

1981, Marvel Comics

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

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marvel1980s:

1979 - Marvel Super Special #15 - Star Trek The Motion Picture

From an interview with Marv Wolfman in Comics Feature #28 (1983):

"The Marvel problem was deadlines. I had to write the entire adaptation of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, which was 64 pages, in less than a month. And that was without knowing a lot of what was going on inside it because the first movie was so late in the working that we flew out to Doug Trumbull’s and John Dykstar’s studies in August and they had yet to design half the major things which would be in the movie which was being released in December. Also Marvel’s deadlines were ridiculously tight because of the release dates. Dave Cockrum had to draw faster than I think he’s ever had to draw in his life, and I had to write it faster."

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brianmichaelbendis:

The Marvel Fumetti Book, April 1984


cockrum, bottom right

brianmichaelbendis:

The Marvel Fumetti Book, April 1984

cockrum, bottom right

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brianmichaelbendis:

The Wedding of Bouncing Boy and Duo Damsel by Dave Cockrum

brianmichaelbendis:

The Wedding of Bouncing Boy and Duo Damsel by Dave Cockrum

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marvel1980s:

1990 - Uncanny X-men Tor paperback

dave cockrum/dan green repurposed cover originally from X-MEN no. 107

marvel1980s:

1990 - Uncanny X-men Tor paperback

dave cockrum/dan green repurposed cover originally from X-MEN no. 107

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thebristolboard:

Original cover art by Dave Cockrum from The X-Men #102, published by Marvel, December 1976.

thebristolboard:

Original cover art by Dave Cockrum from The X-Men #102, published by Marvel, December 1976.

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marvel1980s:

1979 - Anatomy of a Cover - Spider-Woman #13
By Dave Cockrum and Bob McLeod

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