Monday, May 17, 2010

World War II Comics Cover Tributes to American Aviators!

Comic books played a major part in shaping the public's impression of both our troops and our enemies during World War II.
Among the classiest were these three beautiful covers for Contact Comics, an aviation-oriented title.
featuring F6F Hellcat fighters.
featuring B-24 Liberator heavy bombers.
featuring F4U Corsair fighters.
Spectacular, intense, eye-catching color highlighted these poster-style pieces of art by Golden Age legend L.B. Cole.
Each one paid honor to the aviation division of one of the three armed forces branches. (The Air Force as a separate branch didn't come about until after WWII)

We at Atomic Kommie Comics™ have digitally-restored and remastered them on a line of kool kollectibles which would make perfect Memorial Day, Flag Day, or 4th of July gifts for the WWII veteran in your life.
Choose from t-shirts, mugs, magnets, BBQ aprons, and many other goodies.
(And have a look at the other World War II collectibles we offer at War: Past, Present & Future™ while you're at it!)

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