Louise Marie Elsa
Original cover art by Charlie Armentano from DC Super Giant S-21, published by DC Comics, February 1971.
SPX 2014? No, it’s Pittsburgh Comicon out by the Monroeville Mall -The Dawn of the Dead mall - tabled with Ed Piskor - Good cosplay - lots of Deadpools - I found an Alex Toth run in the H section. I was doing Cerebus fan cosplay.
At first glance, this looks an awful lot like I’m Age, except for a number of things: it’s in sepia, it makes sense and it’s by a completely different creator.
The actual story is fairly interesting: narration that could be contemporary over a series of panels suggesting that the woman keeps decapitating her lovers and keeping the skulls as keepsakes.
(Heavy Metal issue #89, August 1984 - Page 35 Synchrony by Muth)
Henri Matisse’s illustrations for Baudelaire’s poetry collection, Les Fleurs du Mal. (via)
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