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Here’s the deal – the end goal is to get the ultimate guide to albums covers drawn by comic book artists. Every Saturday, I’ll post ten album covers by comic book artists.
I’ll add these ten to the master list (which you can find here).
What you do is that you e-mail me albums (at firstname.lastname@example.org) that 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 are the next ten albums!
Soooo many people sent in suggestions that I really don’t have the time to detail who suggested what. Feel free to note in the comments section if a particular album cover was suggested by you!
Do note that I’m not counting covers where the comic book artist just did, say, the logo or just designed the cover.
The Gear, Son of Red Rocket 7 (1998)
George Thorogood & the Destroyers, Haircut (1993)
Various Artists, Sub-pop 200 (1988)
The Hood, Cooler Than Thou (1987)
ShyFX and T-Power, Set it Off (2002)
(Mike was nice enough to send in this cover himself)
Kula Shaker, K (1994)
Overlord X, X Versus the World (1990)
Bruce Cockburn, The Charity of Night (1996)
Public Enemy, Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age (1994)
The Byrds, Preflyte (1973 Columbia re-issue)
So get suggesting!
Send your ideas (and if you have jpegs, send them, too!) to email@example.com
Also, if you have better quality JPEGs than the ones I’m using, feel free to send them in (like if I only have a small image, for instance).
Comics Should Be Good accepts review copies. Anything sent to us will (for better or for worse) end up reviewed on the blog. See where to send the review copies.