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Marvel: Dangerous Divas themed pages consisting mainly of sketchafexes from RA's MDD release. Initially I was not going to collect much from this release since I was expecting mostly "static character" sketches,. I wanted to continue to collect what I did with Marvel 70th, in that I was going to find sketches that told the "History of Marvel Comics", and merge those into that Gallery. I did find some of the Martineck "puzzles" that were "history-making" . However since I had not collected many Tony Perna sketches, I decided to make a page of his; as usual, I got carried away .
For this web site, I have found it better to scan the entire 9-pocket (a.k.a. page), rather than to put each sketch up as an individual scan. Besides for those of you who know me, I am very obsessive about how my pages are arranged .
Currently I have 4 "full" pages of RA's Dangerous Divas sketchafexes. Below, I give a brief summary of what is in each page, just to the right of the thumbnail for that page.
Note: Click the thumbnail to open a new window to see a larger-size view of the page.
Page 1: Miscellaneous Babes
Here are some of the Divas sketches that "caught my eye" early-on :
To be honest I would Trade any of the sketches from this page for other sketches that I would be "more interested in" .
Page 2: More Miscellaneous Babes
Here are more Divas sketches that "caught my eye", but these fit more into the recent theme I have been collecting ... sketches that tell something about "The History of Marvel Comics".
Page 3: Tony Perna's X-babes
This page shows 9 of the X-Men babes that Perna drew.
Page 4: Tony Perna's Avenegrs Babes
This page shows 9 of the Avengers babes that Perna drew, though I guess the one in slot 7 is actually supposed to be Mystique (morphing into Warbird ?).
Page 5: Martineck - Miscellaneous
Note: This page is cloned from M70 Gallery Page 4a. I wanted to show the two primo MDD Martineck 2-panels in this gallery.
Since I had an "extra" M70 Martineck, and since I like some of the MDD Puzzles ... I prefer to call them two-panels ... I decided to make this page . In November 2012, I was able to complete the page by adding 3 "timeline" Martineck's from Marvel's Greatest Heroes.
Here is my result:
Page 6: Martineck: Landscape-oriented
Note: This page is cloned from M70 Gallery Page 4b. I wanted to show the two primo MDD Martineck 2-panels in this gallery.
Those who know me knows that I don't like to mix portrait-oriented (p-o) sketches with landscape-oriented (l-o) sketches in my pages. This causes me to pass on acquiring some nice sketches . But I like the Martineck's M70 sketches, and then some of the MDD Puzzles so much, that I decided to try to combine them into an 8-pocket page .
Here is my result: