(Source: squatteam1, via alexhchung)

sorcerersskull:

La Reina de la Costa Negra (Queen of the Black Coast), 1952

sorcerersskull:

La Reina de la Costa Negra (Queen of the Black Coast), 1952

superdames:

the-spinner-rack:

They Obey My Every Wish! (by Jack Kirby & Mike Royer from The Demon #16, 1974)

Morgaine le Fey is too fab for me.

superdames:

the-spinner-rack:

They Obey My Every Wish! (by Jack Kirby & Mike Royer from The Demon #16, 1974)

Morgaine le Fey is too fab for me.

(Source: mechpilotenvy, via bettyfelon)

magictransistor:

Rockwell Kent. Illustrations for Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. 1930.

(via dirt-work)

(Source: nekosbatmanblog)

jthenr-comics-vault:

WHITE QUEEN By Mark Beachum
Real Name: Emma FrostPlace of Birth: Boston, MassachusettsGroup Affiliation: The Inner Circle of the Hellfire ClubPowers: The White Queen is a powerful telepathic mutant. She can read and take control of the minds of othersFirst Appearance: X-Men #129 (Jan. 1980)
TOHOTMU Vol.2, #14 (Jan. 1987)

jthenr-comics-vault:

WHITE QUEEN By Mark Beachum

Real Name: Emma Frost
Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts
Group Affiliation: The Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club
Powers: The White Queen is a powerful telepathic mutant. She can read and take control of the minds of others
First Appearance: X-Men #129 (Jan. 1980)

TOHOTMU Vol.2, #14 (Jan. 1987)

marvel-ladies-of-the-80snuffsaid:

Bill Sienkiewicz