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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!
Bill la Bounty, Promised Love (1975)
The Action Suits, “Visualize Ballard”/”Cancer Father” (1996) singles
Iced Earth, Days of Purgatory (1997)
Genius/GZA, Liquid Swords (1995)
Anthrax, Music of Mass Destruction: Live from Chicago, (2004) (front and back cover)
Pink Floyd, Saucerful of Secrets (1968)
(As you see, they chopped up her art without permission into a collage – she is not credited by the band)
Sharp, Joe and Rob
Airbourne, No Guts, No Glory (2010)
(The Sharps were nice enough to share the cover with me)
EPMD, Business as Usual (1990)
Five Iron Frenzy, Our Newest Album Ever! (1997)
The Franchise, To the Rescue! (2006)
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).
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