Treasury Hunter Rogerio Baldino come super-cool
treasury ads from foreign editions! Thanks
as always Rogerio!
are the Brazillian ads that Panini released at the time
they launched the last two Alex Ross' treasuries and JLA:
Heaven's Ladder. An interesting note:30 years after
EBAL published its first DC treasury ads in a Marvel comic
book, Panini did the same thing.
these ads were taken from Spider-Man and X-Men
magazines. After all this time, almost nothing has changed
about the way the brazillian publishing companies do
note: I absolutely love the second
Secret Origins ad--I think it's even nicer looking
than the book's cover!--Rob.)
Rogerio: "I took those 3 ads from the inside covers
of Homem-Aranha (Spider-Man), one of the B&W
comic books that EBAL published at that time.
ads in a Marvel comic book?Since EBAL was the
owner of the rights of both publishers in Brazil
in the early 70's, I assume they thought their audience
would buy all the DC and Marvel comics anyway. As a
matter of fact, in 90% of the cases, they were right."