Tuesday, July 26, 2011


In 1966, Kelloggs, like every other company in the free world, wanted a piece of Batman. They got theirs in the form of a series of six mini-comis distributed in packages of Kellogg's then new Pop-Tarts. The art was by Wayne Boring on two, Curt Swan on two and the dream team of Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson on the remainder! Here's the Catwoman issue, gorgeous Silver Age art two panels at a time for a total of sixteen pages.

1 comment:

The Silver Fox said...

A lot of celebrities on this blog lately. First Chuck Berry, and now Timothy Leary!

I'd love to see one or both of those Wayne Boring Bat-tales, by the way!