From 1980 Cleo comes this gigantic 11 x 17-ish book of Super Friends valentines!
Sure you’ve got your standard “I think you’re neat, Valentine!” sort of stuff, but there’s also 30 punch out “action” valentines! Fold here, insert tab A into slot B, etc… What fun!
I scanned everything in really big so you can print, cut, and assemble them in time for Valentine’s Day next week. (Just click on the images for the larger version.)
I actually assembled a few and was working on taking movies of them in action, but the combination of 30 year old paper and my bratwurst fingers made for some sad, sad valentine action.
Hope you liked ’em! I’ve got some old Batman valentines here as well.
(And, if you get a chance, check out my valentine cartoons too.)
And Bruce Timm designs SuperConan! WOO!
More from ’74! Great cards with more four panel cartoons on the back.
I seem to be missing Batman (Dang!), but the rest are here. Enjoy!
You don’t want to miss these pics from the 70’s of Sea World Superhero waterskiing! Enjoy!
Hat tip to retroCRUSH.
Ran across Samuel Arbesman’s “What to do if your child has superpowers – A FAQ for concerned parents” the other day and thought it was a hoot:
Q. My child can control the weather and summon tornadoes at a momentâ€™s notice. This makes discipline a challenge.
A. Discipline of a super-powered child is a complex issue. First, try to explore the limits of his or her powers, and use some common sense. Can your child control magnetic fields from across a room? If so, place all knives in the attic. Has your toddler ever ensnared you in spider-webbing that can only be removed with great effort? Explain (sternly) that superpowers are a â€œsometimesâ€ behavior.
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