atomic-flash:

Atomic-Powered Bomber, 1956: This is an artist’s conception of an atom-powered bomber capable of carrying its own fighter escort. Called “Project Opossum,” the bomber would carry six fighters at sub-sonic speeds, cutting them loose and shifting into high in case of attack. (via Corbis)


This looks like something from a Gatchaman episode!

atomic-flash:

Atomic-Powered Bomber, 1956: This is an artist’s conception of an atom-powered bomber capable of carrying its own fighter escort. Called “Project Opossum,” the bomber would carry six fighters at sub-sonic speeds, cutting them loose and shifting into high in case of attack. (via Corbis)

This looks like something from a Gatchaman episode!

(via thehappysorceress)

comicbookcovers:

Swords Of The Swashbucklers #1, March 1985, cover by Jackson Guice

Jackson Guice makes you remember that there in an art within the art to illustrating comics!

comicbookcovers:

Swords Of The Swashbucklers #1, March 1985, cover by Jackson Guice

Jackson Guice makes you remember that there in an art within the art to illustrating comics!

jackson guice

theloppyone:

a hand-lettering exercise that got really out of hand. oh well i like  my really unnecessarily grandiose welcome signs anyway :p

Damon I dig these big time! Now I want cgi animated nightvale!

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