Does Sexy Really Sell?: DC Comics Superheroine Pin-Ups

April 11, 2014


This is a series of DC Comics superheroines as 1940's pinup advertisements designed by artist Ant Lucia. They will be sold as 18" x 24" prints for $15 apiece by Quantum Mechanix HERE. Man, it's hard to believe that back in the day pinups were like, some of the most risque images you could easily come across. Because now we have the internet. I have seen things that would make somebody from the 1940's head explode. And that's not a good thing either -- no matter how many children's cartoons I watch, I will never have that innocence back.

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Thanks to carey, who asked me to buy her the Supergirl one. How's this for a deal -- you buy me the whole set and I'll let you have that one.

  • FAKE!!!!

    This is a complete photoshop job. You can tell its a fake because the shadow's are all wrong.

    This is exactly like that scene in the movie Never Back Down where Max and Baja had to steal a bunch of cars in one night or the bad guy would kill them.

  • Jon C

    It's nice to see Black Canary is touring cities in alphabetical order, as they should be.

  • adsfasdfasdf

    some of these had a not insignificant amount of extra clothing added for the pinup

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