Friday, February 19, 2016

The Grooviest Covers of All Time: More Comics Nick Cardy Made Me Buy!

Couldn't you just spend a weekend gazing at a gazillion Nick Cardy covers? Well, ten will have to do for now, but take your time and enjoy, Groove-ophiles...!










9 comments:

  1. Cannot. Ever. Go Wrong with Nick Cardy.
    Thanks. Great post. MORE.

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  2. Love Cardy's art. That Batgirl/Superman cover is iconic to my young self when I first saw it.

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  3. Nick Cardy covers are my "Golden Age" of comics! Thanks for a great post!

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  4. I had every issue except for the Witching Hour. Superman with Batgirl is my fave. Great artist!

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  5. Creamy goodness, that's how I describe the elegant beauty of a Cardy cover.

    Rip Off

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  6. My brother had that Superman / Batgirl issue. Loved it back then and still think that it's the best of the bunch. I still have Superman Family #165. Another great cover but interesting that he drew Supergirl's boots with high heels.

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  7. To me Nick Cardy was a such a come down from Neal Adams, who had done the bulk of DC's covers before him, that I never could really appreciate his efforts. I did like his art on Teen Titans and Aquaman, though.

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  8. After looking at this I immediately went on eBay and bought that issue of Witching Hour. Loved all of DC's horror titles and had completely forgotten about this issue, thanks for the reminder!

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  9. Cardy was aces, and a sweet guy to boot. Glad I got to meet him. Still, you have to wonder how far NASA would've gotten with the Titans' attitude. "Um...Houston? I seem to have lost track of astronaut Aldrin." "That's okay, how much trouble could he get into on the Moon?"

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