Sunday, July 3, 2011

Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962) and Cool Classic Comics

It's Sunday so it's time for another episode of Lt. Bob's Moooooovvviiiieeee or "It came from the Internet Archive" Today its Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962) "A pair of comical soldiers investigate a mysterious crater in an atomic detonation area and discover several beautiful alien vixens who plan to conquer the world using an army of vegetable monsters" IMDb. [Notice - if you watch this movie, we are not responsible for grease stains on your monitor caused by you throwing popcorn at the screen - The QD legal staff]

And a cool collection of classic comics for your enjoyment - All better than the film. Happy reading and watching.

Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962) Sci-Fi/Comedy.

Or download it at the Internet Archive.

@Atomic Kommie Comics: "Garden of Eden" Science Fiction. (1958).
"a tale with spectacular Jack Kirby/Al Williamson artwork combining both realistic 1950s spacesuits and architecture and way-out technology and alien costuming."

@Four-Color Shadows: "Neptina, Queen of the Deep" Science Fiction (1939).
A story likely inspired by the Flash Gordon comic strip and Atlantis myths.

@Diversions of the Groovy Kind: "The Birth of Death" Fantasy. (1974).
B&W classic illustrated by Jim Starlin

@The Comic Book Catacombs: Jungo the Man-Beast in "The Giant Jaguar" (1946). Adventure.
"Phil Gant was famous for his movie serial role of "Jungo" until a blow on the head convinced him that he actually was the very jungle lord that he had been portraying."

@Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine: Tarzan in "The Terribs" (1951). Adventure.
The original jungle hero.

@The Horrors of It All: "Wolves of Midnight / The Horrible Trade" Horror.
"a double shot of horrific animal horrors"

@Digital Comics Museum: Rocketman #1, Fight Comics #37, Forbidden Worlds #14, #23, #28, #34, #35, #37, #45, and #46.

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