From Hard Rock Comics: Nirvana, published by Revolutionary Comics, San Diego, CA, 1992. Story by Spike Steffenhagen. Art and lettering by Scott Pentzer. Pretty sure the artist that drew this has never seen a photo of Sonic Youth.

From Hard Rock Comics: Nirvana, published by Revolutionary Comics, San Diego, CA, 1992. Story by Spike Steffenhagen. Art and lettering by Scott Pentzer. Pretty sure the artist that drew this has never seen a photo of Sonic Youth.

Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact Vol. 21, No. 13, February 24, 1966. Treasure Chest was a Catholic-oriented comic book that was published in Dayton, Ohio and distributed at parochial schools.

Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact Vol. 21, No. 13, February 24, 1966. Treasure Chest was a Catholic-oriented comic book that was published in Dayton, Ohio and distributed at parochial schools.

Mini Evil Knievel, from the back cover of this fire-destroyed issue of The Amazing Spiderman.

Mini Evil Knievel, from the back cover of this fire-destroyed issue of The Amazing Spiderman.

From a box of destroyed comics at the flea market, a couple cheap charbroiled issues of The Amazing Spiderman called out to me. In addition to having been rescued from a fire, they were crudely entombed in heat-sealed bags. Monetarily worthless, but quite beautiful as an artifact. Here it looks like the Kingpin is about to crush Spidey. The Final Hour indeed!

From a box of destroyed comics at the flea market, a couple cheap charbroiled issues of The Amazing Spiderman called out to me. In addition to having been rescued from a fire, they were crudely entombed in heat-sealed bags. Monetarily worthless, but quite beautiful as an artifact. Here it looks like the Kingpin is about to crush Spidey. The Final Hour indeed!

From a box of destroyed comics at the flea market, a couple cheap charbroiled issues of The Amazing Spiderman called out to me. In addition to having been rescued from a fire, they were crudely entombed in heat-sealed bags. Monetarily worthless, but quite beautiful as an artifact. I’ve edited the original post I made to show the comic outside of the bag.

From a box of destroyed comics at the flea market, a couple cheap charbroiled issues of The Amazing Spiderman called out to me. In addition to having been rescued from a fire, they were crudely entombed in heat-sealed bags. Monetarily worthless, but quite beautiful as an artifact. I’ve edited the original post I made to show the comic outside of the bag.

A sample page from It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

A sample page from It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

The back cover of It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

The back cover of It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

The front cover of It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

The front cover of It’s a Dog’s Life, an underground comic book by Larry Todd, published by Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

The Drips, a delightful wordless comic book by Taylor McKimens. Published by Picture Box Inc., 2006

The Drips, a delightful wordless comic book by Taylor McKimens. Published by Picture Box Inc., 2006

The Yes Men in Judgement Day, written and illustrated by Rebecca Migdal with the collaboration of Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonnano, undated, circa 2010.

The Yes Men in Judgement Day, written and illustrated by Rebecca Migdal with the collaboration of Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonnano, undated, circa 2010.

From the inside front cover of Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

From the inside front cover of Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A panel from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A panel from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A page from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A page from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A panel from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

A panel from Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash. More here.

Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash.

Lynet Nr. 3, 1972, published in Copenhagen. A Danish adaptation of the The Flash.