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Simply Painting curated by #jimmooney installation shot with #jonthompson (left) and #andrewgraves (right) #oilpainting

Letting everyone know that Supergirl and I had a thing for a while. It was pretty cool. Art by #JimMooney #supergirl

"Death Becomes Him: 10 Times Batman Has Died" - #10 - Club of the Living Dead:

In the first adventures of the Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, the fantastical tales of distant lands, crazy crooks and surreal surprises awaited almost every issue of 'Batman' and 'Detective Comics' in the 1940s and 1950s, also known as the Golden Age of Comics. Even events such as the apparent death of major characters occurred, in particular the Clown Prince of Crime. When The Joker would fight the Dynamic Duo, he would plunge to his death to escape, but sure enough in the next issue he returns to wreak chaos in Gotham. The Caped Crusader himself has seen the face of death, one of the earliest times in David Vern Reed's "The Death-Cheaters of Gotham City", originally published in Batman (Vol 1) 72 from August 1952, illustrated by Jim Mooney. Batman learns that someone seeks vengeance on members of an elite club who did not grant him entrance to join. This organization, however, only accepts members who have been clinically diagnosed as deceased then come back to life. In order to be in this exclusive club, Bruce Wayne gives himself a poison that stops his heart for several minutes then can be brought back to life. This tactic was successful thanks to the Boy Wonder resurrecting his guardian. Secret clubs of the living dead during this era of comics wasn't that shocking by today's standards, but the story always has the reader guessing if the Dark Knight will survive or will this be the end of our hero. [Sources: bit.ly/1RwRXUY. bit.ly/1P1LHWK; History of the Batman is releasing this content under the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107] ✌🏼💙🦇💀

Sweet screams! (Art by #JimMooney) #ShockTheater

A great Spidey page that I picked up from Jim Mooney. He was always very gracious and a great artist. I managed to purchase a few pages from him at different shows. This is a page from Spectacular Spider-Man #93, pg 19. The Black costume was and is still very popular. #spectacularspiderman #jimmooney #originalart

Meanwhile, in a storage vault beneath Sheldon—the epic battle between Batman and the Penguin rages on, captured here in a mixed media work from 1992 by Jim Mooney. Will the Penguin gain the upper hand, bolstered by today’s distinction of #WorldPenguinDay, or will justice prevail? #Batman #JimMooney #SheldonMuseum #UNL #LNK

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"Death Becomes Him: 10 Times Batman Has Died" - #10 - Club of the Living Dead:

In the first adventures of the Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, the fantastical tales of distant lands, crazy crooks and surreal surprises awaited almost every issue of 'Batman' and 'Detective Comics' in the 1940s and 1950s, also known as the Golden Age of Comics. Even events such as the apparent death of major characters occurred, in particular the Clown Prince of Crime. When The Joker would fight the Dynamic Duo, he would plunge to his death to escape, but sure enough in the next issue he returns to wreak chaos in Gotham. The Caped Crusader himself has seen the face of death, one of the earliest times in David Vern Reed's "The Death-Cheaters of Gotham City", originally published in Batman (Vol 1) 72 from August 1952, illustrated by Jim Mooney. Batman learns that someone seeks vengeance on members of an elite club who did not grant him entrance to join. This organization, however, only accepts members who have been clinically diagnosed as deceased then come back to life. In order to be in this exclusive club, Bruce Wayne gives himself a poison that stops his heart for several minutes then can be brought back to life. This tactic was successful thanks to the Boy Wonder resurrecting his guardian. Secret clubs of the living dead during this era of comics wasn't that shocking by today's standards, but the story always has the reader guessing if the Dark Knight will survive or will this be the end of our hero. [Sources: bit.ly/1RwRXUY. bit.ly/1P1LHWK; History of the Batman is releasing this content under the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107] ✌🏼💙🦇💀

It's not the best signature I've seen, but it's there. Actually signed three times, one on the inside cover. Signed by #stanlee #jimmooney and #bobwiacek! For $20 it seemed worth picking up. #manthing #marvel #marvelcomics #comic #comics #comicbooks #igcomics #igcomicbooks #igcomicsfamily #igcomicfamily #comicbookfamily #comicbookcollector #comicbookcollection #comiccollector #comiccollecting #comiccollections

One of the smaller pickups from the show, just an awesome WWII cover done by Jim Mooney That I've never seen before, sort of reminds me of a schomburg young allies cover. This is a gerber 6 with only 3 copies on the census 😫 We got the Target (guy with a huge target on his chest), Dick Cole, Edison Bell and Cadet fighting off some Japs #1942 #novelty #noveltypress #gerber #rare #scarce #ww2 #WWII #igcomicfamily #igcomics #goldenage #comiccollecting #comics #comicbooks #funnybooks #JimMooney

This is the cover to one of the insert comics for the Dallas Herald Newspaper. There were a few of these promotional Spider-Man comics used as inserts in the paper. This one has The Amazing Spider-Man with Firestar and Iceman. They were at the Dallas Nutcracker and naturally a villain strikes - Daddy Longlegs. After they defeat him our heroes enjoy the play. The artist for the cover was Jim Mooney, with a few corrections performed by John Romita,Sr. #originalart #cover #jimmooney #johnromitasr #amazingspiderman #amazingfriends

Meanwhile, in a storage vault beneath Sheldon—the epic battle between Batman and the Penguin rages on, captured here in a mixed media work from 1992 by Jim Mooney. Will the Penguin gain the upper hand, bolstered by today’s distinction of #WorldPenguinDay, or will justice prevail? #Batman #JimMooney #SheldonMuseum #UNL #LNK

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