I figured this was a gimme post. All I had to do was find a couple of covers that were Thanksgiving themed and I was done. WOW! Was I ever wrong. Christmas cover, easy peasy. Holiday covers... which are all Christmas covers. Even easier. But Thanksgiving... not so much. I searched on Thanksgiving and came up with... NADA. Nothing. Which forced me to use other common Thanksgiving words. Wait until you see how well I did.
I starte with Turkey and ended up with...
Ummm yeah. Remind me of a line in a movie, "Son have you ever been in a Turkish prison?"
It only gets better. See below the break.
Pilgrim's Progess, December 1992
Pencils: Seppo Makinen
Inks: Seppo Makinen
As part of Marvel's "The Christan Classics Series" we have this book. WHAT THE HECK???? I thought I had seen ever single Marvel book published in the early 90's. It was the peak of my collecting, I was in the local shop ever day... how did I miss this?
And I may not know alot of the book "Pilgrim's Progress" but I am pretty sure it was nothing like the cover implies.
Pencils: Mark Texeira
Inks: Mark Texeira
Which lead me to this book written by Garth Ennis. Oh yeah, this has nothing to do with Thanksgiving.
Exciting True Adventures Of Pocahontas, 1942
I know, I know Pocahontas has nothing to do with Thanksgiving but after the success I had with Pilgrim I was worried about what I would find.
Although, I am not sure a comic produced by the National Coal and Coke Co. could be classified as better.
Sadly, the best I did was this. Aliens blowing up Indians. Ya gotta love the comics.
Well, I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. Now go watch some football.