Post by coke & comics on Dec 3, 2014 10:30:50 GMT -5
Being fairly obsessed with the new film Interstellar of late, and partially motivated by this month's classic film club theme of space travel, but still wanting to challenge you people... show me covers revolving around
Holes in space!
e.g black holes, worm holes, and such
The Cover Contest Constitution:
Post one, and only one, classic cover that fits the theme of the contest.
-Cover must be from a published comic book or collected volume published before Jan 1 2004 ('cuz it's classic comics, donthcha know).
-Covers must be posted before voting begins.
-Voting is on Tuesday December 9, beginning at 12:01am PST and ending at 11:59am PST
-Vote by posting the name of the poster whose cover best fits the theme or that you simply like the most
-Put the name in bold.
-The winner of the contest is the entrant with the most votes after the voting period ends.
-The winner chooses the theme for the next week's contest.
-If you don't think the cover fits the theme, don't vote for it, don't post disparaging remarks about it. If a cover is more recent that the Classic time frame, kindly point it out and the poster can choose an alternate before voting begins.
-Have fun !
The fine print: Contest open to constestants from all 195 sovereign states as well as a few disputed territories. Interstellar participants must demonstrate proper authorization in order to participate, and must be from a world which is a signee of the Xandarian Treaty. Worlds currently part of the Kree Empire are not eligible. If your world has separated from the Kree Empire more recently than light from your world would have reached earth, fill out form X1092375-8. Classic Cover Contest is not responsible for any physical or psychological harm which may arise as a result of participating. Contestants are advised this forum emits gamma rays, so we post the following warning from the Surgeon General: If exposed to gamma radiation, remain calm.
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