Adventures in the Vast Wasteland #25

On the set of Sesame Street
On the set of Sesame Street, 1976. Note the cut-out in the side of the trash can so Oscar can be puppeteered muppeteered from outside the can while appearing from within.

This Week's Weegee #76

The Art of the Panel: EC #19

from ...Rocks in His Head!
(by Johnny Craig and Marie Severin)
(Crime SuspenStories #10; Apr-May, 1952)

All of Them Reds! #4

Elia Kazan

The Heretofore Unmentioned #122

David Geffen

Watts! #14

They Were Collaborators #668

MacLaine and Fosse
Shirley MacLaine and Bob Fosse, rehearsing a scene for Sweet Charity.

The Future is Now #30

Videophone 1965
Of course, the first thing to pop out is that she's not looking at the video screen!

Original caption:

1965 - An office worker uses Bell Telephone Company's Videophone, developed in 1965, for a video conference.

Faces of Science #34

Werner von Braun
Nazi V-2 developer turned American rocket scientist, Wernher von Braun.

This Week's Hopper #24

New York Restaurant (1922)

Artists in Action #604

Johnny Cash looms large

The Art of the Panel: Robert Crumb #4

from The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick
(Weirdo #17; Summer, 1986)

Jesters of the Republic #49

Ed Wynn

The Gunslinger Guide to Jean Seberg #5

The Art of Jazz #122

Last Night, When We Were Young
(Art Farmer, with The Quincy Jones Orchestra)
(ABC-Paramount Records; 1958)

Tricky: Scenes from a Life #105

Tricky and the wife take the stage (1957)

They Were Collaborators #667

The Jefferson Airplane

The City: Miami #11

Original Caption:

Miami -- Pilots Bill Barris and Dick Riedel receive some in-flight assistance from a speeding car as they try to break the flying endurance record. While guiding the 'Sunkist Lady' above the runway of a Miami airport, cans of gasoline and food are handed up by men in the speeding car. The two California pilots have been flying continuously for one hundred and sixty-eight hours, attempting to break the record of 726 hours set in 1939. (1949)

The Art of the Panel: DC #26

from The "Untouchable" Clark Kent!
(by Leo Dorfman, Curt Swan and George Klein)
(Superman #173; November, 1964)

The Gunslinger Guide to Sophia Loren #16


Before and After #231: Ian McKellen



Artists in Action #603

George Balanchine instructs an elephant to step lightly

When Legends Gather #606

Joyce Carol Oates and Mike Tyson

Faces of Science #33
The City: St. Louis #5

Original Caption:

Old and New Science Heads

St. Louis -- Edward L. Thorndike of Columbia University, retiring President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, stands with Dr. Karl T. Compton, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, his successor, at the convention of the scientific body of St. Louis, Missouri (1936)

Seminal Image #1011

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
(Paul Schrader; 1985)

Soul Stirrers #22

The Staple Singers

Adventures in American Filmmaking #137

Cary and Doris on the set of That Touch of Mink
Today's Adventure: Cary and Doris share a laugh on the set of That Touch of Mink while Delbert Mann hides somewhere behind the camera.