Man-Size (man_size) wrote,


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Both studio mate/pal/comix writer, Vito Delsante, and comics historian/pal, Christopher Irving hooked me up with Bill Murphy, who is producing several public domain superheroes from the Golden Age of comics (including Mike Allred's contemporary Madman) for a series of action figures called Amazing Heroes. Bill assigned me to draw Wonderman. Here is a mock up of what the packaging will look like:

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It is not known who Wonderman was created by in 1945 but here's a link to the only info I had access to: My quick iteration of Wonderman was inspired by this image (below):

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For more information about the Amazing Heroes action figures:

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