City Strips von P-O-I, Architektur-Zines bestehend aus Comic-Panels, von denen die Sprechblasen, Captions und Superhelden herausretuschiert wurden. Über die ersten beiden Ausgaben mit Zeichnungen aus Supermans Metropolis und Spidermans New York hatte ich hier gebloggt, Ausgaben 3 und 4 widmen sich nun den Architektur-Smashs des unglaublichen Hulks und Batmans Gotham. I love these.
City Strips Issue #3 June 2014 – The Incredible City is comprised exclusively of panels from The Incredible Hulk Series set in various locations across the USA, published by Marvel Comics. The Incredible City contains at least one panel from each year of The Incredible Hulk between Issue #1 May 1962 and Issue #202 August 1976. Depicted points of interest include the Pentagon, the United States Capitol, the White House, the Empire State Building and Los Diablos Missile Base. Also depicted are Park Avenue 34th Street, the Boris Multiplex Cinema and Southwest Military Base. The front cover image is from Issue #122 December 1969 ‘The Hulk’s last fight!’. The back cover panels are from Issue #102 April 1968 'This world not his own!’ and Issue #1 May 1962 'Hhe Hulk’, they feature 'The Gamma Bomb’.
City strips Issue #4 October 2014 – Gotham is comprised exclusively of panels from the Batman series set in Gotham City USA, published by DC Comics. Gotham contains at least one panel from each year of Batman between issue #1 spring 1940 and issue #100 june 1956. Depicted points of interest include Ajax Gas, Gotham Sugar Company, Gotham Map Company, Gotham Docks and the World Building. Also featured are Wayne Manor, the Bat Cave, the Atlas statue, the Statue of Justice and a scale model of Gotham. The front cover image is from Issue #76 April 1953 ‘The Danger Club’. The back cover panels are from Issue #47 june 1948 ‘Fashions In Crime!’ and issue #69 February 1952 ‘The Batman Expose!’, they feature Batman’s ‘Utility Belt’ and the Tombstone of Thomas and Martha Wayne.