With toy planes, a boomerang, and an epee?

14 thoughts on “With toy planes, a boomerang, and an epee?

  1. FRM says:

    oh, for pete’s sake!
    dont even see daredevil on there!

  2. Jeff Hebert says:

    The original Daredevil is the one on the far right with the blue and red. He came before the Marvel version in the red tights.

  3. Trekkie says:

    This looks both ridiculously silly and ridiculously awesome at the same time. I want to read it!

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    Trekkie:
    This looks both ridiculously silly and ridiculously awesome at the same time. I want to read it!

    And you can, at http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/index.php?dlid=11755 !

  5. Jeff Hebert says:

    Actually, all of the Golden-Age era panels are from issues freely available at the Digital Comics Museum. So if there’s ever one that strikes your fancy you can get it there.

  6. Gabe Puratekuta says:

    Hitler’s face reminds me of the animated skits from Monty Python. Coincidence? Definitely

  7. Frevoli says:

    is this when Hitler was filling in for Andros?

    http://images.wikia.com/starfox/images/d/d2/Andross.png

  8. Myro says:

    Actually, for a “Hero x battles Hitller” cover, you can’t beat Captain America:

    http://www.toptenz.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/1-Captainamerica1.jpg

  9. Rich Willett says:

    Has anybody noticed the guy with the yellow trunks & red tights has “SS” on has uniform! HMMMM! I didn’t think the Waffin SS wore red tights.

  10. Wulf says:

    I’m diggin’ that spiky gold belt. Also, boomerangs are awesome.

  11. Lime says:

    Gabe Puratekuta:
    Hitler’s face reminds me of the animated skits from Monty Python. Coincidence? Definitely

    Yeah, I was gonna say I was waiting for the Monty Python foot to come down and crush the whole scene.

  12. punkjay says:

    I think someone braught back that belt in the 90’s

  13. Skybandit says:

    @ Rich Willett: That’s Silver Streak, even though his costume contains no silver and no streaks, and if you’ll excuse me for being a grammar Nazi about Nazi grammer, it’s spelled “Waffen.”

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