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Mars Attacks by Earl Norem, finally saw it and of course was in love with Jack. Worth the laughs.

Mars Attacks by Earl Norem, finally saw it and of course was in love with Jack. Worth the laughs.

“The Mars Attacks trading cards, which were drawn by renowned comic book artists Wally Wood and Bob Powell and painted by legendary pulp artist Norman Saunders, were decidedly controversial on their release in 1962,” according to John Doffing, Co-Founder and CEO at WALLS 360. “Kids loved them, but the cards prompted parental concerns due to the sensational storyline and over-the-top graphics.  50 years later, these images make for some amazing wall graphics from Walls 360!”

“The Mars Attacks trading cards, which were drawn by renowned comic book artists Wally Wood and Bob Powell and painted by legendary pulp artist Norman Saunders, were decidedly controversial on their release in 1962,” according to John Doffing, Co-Founder and CEO at WALLS 360. “Kids loved them, but the cards prompted parental concerns due to the sensational storyline and over-the-top graphics. 50 years later, these images make for some amazing wall graphics from Walls 360!”

Dinosaurs Attack! was a series of trading cards from the 80s that were done in the manic style of the famous Mars Attacks! series they are brutal and fantastic. Check out the entire run!

Dinosaurs Attack! was a series of trading cards from the 80s that were done in the manic style of the famous Mars Attacks! series they are brutal and fantastic. Check out the entire run!

Mars Attacks! //  Directed by	Tim Burton  Produced by	Tim Burton  Larry J. Franco  Written by	Jonathan Gems  Starring	Jack Nicholson  Glenn Close  Annette Bening  Pierce Brosnan  Danny DeVito  Music by	Danny Elfman  Cinematography	Peter Suschitzky  Editing by	Chris Lebenzon  Studio	Tim Burton Productions  Warner Bros. Pictures  Distributed by	Warner Bros. Pictures  Release date(s)	  December 13, 1996

Mars Attacks! // Directed by Tim Burton Produced by Tim Burton Larry J. Franco Written by Jonathan Gems Starring Jack Nicholson Glenn Close Annette Bening Pierce Brosnan Danny DeVito Music by Danny Elfman Cinematography Peter Suschitzky Editing by Chris Lebenzon Studio Tim Burton Productions Warner Bros. Pictures Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Release date(s) December 13, 1996

One year after he began, Ex Nihilo marvels at his creation with a Builder, part of a robotic race that desires to raze all worlds not deemed suitable. The six main Avengers then attack Mars, and appear to completely decimate the competition. But just then, all except Cap get captured. Cap returns home with, as intended, a whole new set of Avengers. They are ready to save the people they call their brethren. For they are Avengers.

One year after he began, Ex Nihilo marvels at his creation with a Builder, part of a robotic race that desires to raze all worlds not deemed suitable. The six main Avengers then attack Mars, and appear to completely decimate the competition. But just then, all except Cap get captured. Cap returns home with, as intended, a whole new set of Avengers. They are ready to save the people they call their brethren. For they are Avengers.

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