EXCLUSIVE - PLANET COMICS 70 REPRINT, WITH REIMAGINED COVER
<p>An MBartist exclusive, the classic PLANET COMICS #70 comic book reprinted with reimagined cover art by Jaime Coker (2020). Contents include reproductions of classic stories as well as the original cover art (1953 Maurice Whitman).</p>
MBartist Exclusive, Golden Age of Comics Reprint (Partial) - 16 pages of select content from the classic PLANET COMICS #70 comic book reprinted with reimagined cover art by Jaime Coker (2020). Contents include reproductions of classic stories and characters, as well as the original cover art (1953 Maurice Whitman).
The partial reprints were first produced in 2020 as a pilot project.
PLANET COMICS #70: GOING FULL BAD GUY exclusive variant cover by Jaime Coker
"When choosing a cover I knew I wanted something that would jump off the page. When I saw the alien abduction on issue #70 I saw an opportunity for my aesthetic of high drama, coming to get you! I imagined the alien going full bad guy, taking over the world and crushing the humans while his lady captive desperately fights to stop him, far more active than the damsel in the original cover.” – Jaime Coker
About PLANET COMICS
A property of Fiction House, the original atomic age, a science fiction adventure book was published in 1946, with pencils and inks by Joe Doolin. The chilling cover art of the hero Mysta strapped to a table at the mercy of the villainous Medusa is not directly related to the story inside, but shares some thematic traits. Planet Comics volume one ran from 1940 to 1953, featuring an adventurous mix of science fiction stories taking place in other worlds, and across time and space. It inspired the imaginations of readers seeking to escape reality in favor of chasing opportunities to discover new worlds, battle horrible foes, and save damsels in distress.
An early adopter of “good girl art,” Planet Comics’ covers often featured a beautiful woman with long bare legs being menaced by a frightful alien, monster, or villain. On occasion, artists would reverse the formula and have the beautiful woman in the role of hero, racing to the aid of a male captive.
About the Creator, Jaime Coker
Jaime Coker was born in Pennsylvania, USA 1976 , and grew up in Hawaii, where he met his wife and creative partner Trisha. Specializing in ‘realistic cartoonism,’ a high-drama style of illustration, Jaime Coker Creations is most recognized for character and universe mashups. His art, like his personality, is often vibrant and engaging, celebrating a genuine passion for fandom.
About the Experience
MBartist Golden Age of Comics reprints are printed in limited edition, in a size similar to the era of the original production, measuring approximately 7.25" x 10.5". Each book is packaged with a ridged backboard in a protective Crystal Clear bag.
The 4-ply, double sided, super smooth, illustration board is made from 100% recycled fiber, and 90% post-consumer waste product. Manufactured at an alkaline pH. The flap-seal Crystal Clear bags come with re-sealable adhesive strips on the flap, allowing them to be folded and sealed over the opening of the bag. The Crystal Clear optical clarity, high quality material will not easily rip, tear, wrinkle, or fog. The material is acid and lignin free, archival safe, made with 10% recycled content and approximately 1.6 mil in thickness.