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Cesar Romero applying his Joker make-up for the 1966 BATMAN TV series.
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Betty Boop (and Koko the Clown) promotional image from the 1930s. (There’s no information on it unfortunately. It was published in the 1990 comic, BETTY BOOP’S BIG BREAK.)
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Art by Doug Chiang for THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999).
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“After I saw that the first couple of episodes of BEAUTY & THE BEAST were so good, my reaction to it was like a reaction to an endangered species. My feeling was this thing is so good that it has to be in danger of being cancelled. I began right away to think of ways that, somewhere down the line, I might be able to contribute some energy to its survival.”
Art by Wendy Pini (ELFQUEST) for BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: PORTRAIT OF LOVE (1989).
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Games from THE MUPPET SHOW ANNUAL (1979).
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Concept drawings by Neal Adams for an unmade Hollywood adaptation of CHILDHOOD’S END. Late 1970s/early 1980s.
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From the same magazine: these shadow puppets. (Sorry about the “Indian” one.) You can probably guess them, but if not:
WOLF — HARE
PIG — ELEPHANT
DEVIL — ROOSTER
“INDIAN” — BIRD
SWAN — GOOSE
BULL — DOG
Bull… dog. Bulldog. Heyyyy bulldog!
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Illustrations by Co Loerakker for a story about a dragon, published in the Dutch DONALD DUCK magazine in 1981.
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A Simpsons who’s-who from 1991. (Published in THE SIMPSONS ILLUSTRATED.)
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Quietly surreal newspaper comic, THE STRANGE WORLD OF MR. MUM (1958-1974) by Irving Phillips.
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Vintage Monté decals.
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Concept art for BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA (1986).
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More like a video trip than a video clip—“I Don’t Need God” (1989) by Greater Than One.
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Estonian artist, Kaljo Põllu (1934-2010).
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Concept drawings by Mel Shaw for Disney’s THE LION KING (1994).
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