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.

intrapanel:

This one’s for cockrum1970s 

MARVEL PREMIERE #41

1978, Marvel Comics

Dave Cockrum and Joe Sinnott cover

MOFG

— 3 days ago with 26 notes
intrapanel:

DOOOOOOOOOM
X-MEN #145
1981, Marvel Comics

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

enjoy Intrapanel while you can. Same goes for DC70s

intrapanel:

DOOOOOOOOOM

X-MEN #145

1981, Marvel Comics

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

enjoy Intrapanel while you can. Same goes for DC70s

— 2 weeks ago with 7 notes

ororomunroe:

Storm learns that she can manipulate “cosmic storms.”

Uncanny X-Men #99 

— 1 month ago with 27 notes

ororomunroe:

The death of Storm’s parents and the origin of her claustrophobia

Uncanny X-Men #102 

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brianmichaelbendis:

Logan, no.

— ancient Ororo proverb

ha ha! My sister and I used to say “sheathe your claws!” a lot when we were kids

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— 1 month ago with 2418 notes
Dave Cockrum's FUTURIANS returns! →

transmissionsgeekroom:

This is the most exciting Kickstarter I’ve come across!

Right On

— 1 month ago with 5 notes
transmissionsgeekroom:

Surprise Dave Cockrum page!
Captain Marvel #54, January 1978 Dave Cockrum and Scott Edelman

transmissionsgeekroom:

Surprise Dave Cockrum page!

Captain Marvel #54, January 1978
Dave Cockrum and Scott Edelman

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they lifted dave cockrum 1970s X-MEN art to accompany this bingo movie comment board entry on ROGEREBERT.COM!http://www.rogerebert.com/mzs/comic-book-movie-comment-section-bingo

they lifted dave cockrum 1970s X-MEN art to accompany this bingo movie comment board entry on ROGEREBERT.COM!

http://www.rogerebert.com/mzs/comic-book-movie-comment-section-bingo

— 1 month ago with 3 notes
intrapanel:

Draculas? On my Enterprise? It’s more likely than you think.
STAR TREK #4
1980, Marvel Comics

Marv Wolfman script, Dave Cockrum pencils, Klaus Janson inks

intrapanel:

Draculas? On my Enterprise? It’s more likely than you think.

STAR TREK #4

1980, Marvel Comics

Marv Wolfman script, Dave Cockrum pencils, Klaus Janson inks

— 2 months ago with 18 notes
marvel1980s:

1982 - Dukamok! by Dave Cockrum




!!!

marvel1980s:

1982 - Dukamok! by Dave Cockrum

!!!

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