Posts tagged "Mike Parobeck"
An old Mike Parobeck JSA promo poster reinterpreted by J.K. Woodward. (Click through for the original and some process shots.) There’s also a lot of Parobeck’s JSA work tagged with his name on this blog.
Here’s the original poster for comparison’s sake:
Poster from Superman & Batman Magazine (1993) #2 by Parobeck.
Some examples of the classic ‘Batman looking over Gotham City’ shot, by three artists who each left their mark the character; Jim Aparo (from Untold Legend of the Batman #3, 1980), Norm Breyfogle (from Detective Comics #614, 1990) and Mike Parobeck (Superman/Batman Magazine #1, 1993).
“The Justice Society of America is the oldest and longest-lasting team of super-heroes in history. Its origins date back to late 1940, when, under the direction of President Franklin Roosevelt, eight of America’s greatest “mystery men” - The Spectre, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Flash, Atom, Sandman and Hawkman - thwarted Adolf Hitler’s proposed invasion of England. Again, at Roosevelt’s suggestion, those eight decided to band together permanently, handling as a team those menaces too great for any one hero to overcome.”
Text: Mark Waid/art: Mike Parobeck & Terry Austin/colors: Glenn Whitmore
Batman tangling with the Phantasm, by Mike Parobeck.
In Batman Adventures #20, The Detective’s master plan is putting a puppy in the way of a maniacal murderer.