ComicsExperimentalInternet/Blogs Animated Comic Covers By Amid Amidi | 12/02/2011 9:26 am | 10 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 10 I love animated GIFs and the seemingly infinite variations on the form. Comic book artist Kerry Callen has come up with a new twist: animating vintage comic book covers and he pulls it off quite well. (via Mark Evanier) http://cjdoodles.blogspot.com/?zx=3959afd8e11d60b CJ These are amazingly done! And what a unique concept. http://beesbuzz.biz/ fluffy It took me a while to figure out how that one was actually spinning, because of the actual spacing used between each frame. Once I did the effect was there… for about half a second before it went back to just looking like a fast strobe of different positions of each hero. The way it’s set up it looks like it should be turning to the right even though the characters are actually turning to the left. Twice the frames running for half the time would help a lot. http://saturnome.blogspot.com/ Sat Ha, I didn’t realize the wheel was spinning counterclockwise, I was seeing the thing going the other way, with the characters morphing into another one. http://she-thing.blogspot.com Caty GOSH! With a few caps he captures the mood of the moment. Also reminds me why they’re superb covers. Thank you! http://www.toonocity.com fremgen Very nice! Katella Gate Filmation lives! Robert Schaad Now those are really cool! James E. Parten As Shazzan might say “Ho Ho HO!!” What an interesting idea–and what a deathtrap! Mic I demand MORE!!!!! OtherDan Clever! Now, there’s a good reason to have a vintage collection! Previous PostRainmaker Entertainment Announces Hollywood Representation With Circle of Confusion Next PostTwo New MUST-HAVE Books!