I've spent an inordinate amount of time over at Monster Brains, a blog filled with thousands of scans of comic books, movie posters, science fiction paperbacks, model kit boxes, and other media starring monsters. Here are a few noteworthy ones.
A rather unusual weapon to have on the cover of a kids' comic book from the 1960s.
In 1966, people preferred thoroughly modern monsters.
"Oops. Didn't mean to do that. Sorry"
Magnus, dude, what's with all the robohate?
What's she worried about? She's not in a red uniform.
Shame on you Samson -- you could give a monster a complex doing that to it.
I'm sure I missed some other amusing images. If you find any, post 'em in the comments!
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