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Here’s the goal – to have the ultimate guide to album covers drawn by comic book artists.
How we’ll do it – every Saturday, I will add ten more album covers to the list.
What you do is that you e-mail me albums you’d like me to feature, and I’ll keep adding them until we have THE ultimate guide to album covers drawn by comic book artists!
Here is the link to the master list so far!
Do note that I’m not counting covers where the comic book artist just did, say, the logo or just designed the cover.
The Mighty Groundhogs, Who will save the world? (1972)
Gays in the Military, People is Beautiful (2005)
Danzig, Thrall: Demonsweatlive (1993)
Iggy Pop, Brick by Brick (1990)
Joe Satriani, Surfing With the Alien (1987) (Art was used for album without asking Byrne)
Big Brother & the Holding Company, Cheap Thrills (1968)
Lizzy Borden, Deal with the Devil (2000)
Anthrax, We’ve Come for you All (2003)
RZA, RZA as Bobby Digital in Stereo (1998)
Van Sciver, Ethan
Winger, IV (2006)
So get suggesting!
Send your ideas (and if you have jpegs, send them, too!) to firstname.lastname@example.org
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