Retro Styling and Performance: 1986 Toyota Supra

We featured two huge import giants that are still ruling the scene today in our last retro styling and performance piece. Now, we're continuing that series once more with another giant. This time we're highlighting the 1986 Toyota Supra.

The Supra is another one of the Japanese import monsters that featured an amazing turbo, tons of speed for it's size and year of production and incredible performance. This car was extremely special and there is a newer model on the way.

In the meantime, check out some amazing shots of the 86 Toyota Supra below.


Retro Styling and Performance: 1986 Mazda RX-7

There is no doubting the Japanese import scene was incredible way before the new wave of affordable supercars came in the 90s. In fact, the 1986 Mazda RX-7 was another import that represented style and performance.

The RX-7 was thriving with its rotary soul long before the 86. However, it transformed into the first FC model. The price ranged from $12,000 to $17,000 depending on the trim you selected and it was indeed a beautiful car.

Check out some graceful and incredible shots of the beautifully styled 1986 Mazda RX-7.


Retro Styling and Performance: 1971 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R

Today the Nissan GT-R is one of the most popular supercars on the market today. However, its humble beginning comes from its original for, the 1971 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R.

The 71 Skyline had some extremely boxy styling which actually stuck around as the model progressed year after year. That being said, there is something so incredible wonderful about these little monsters.

Maybe it's the stylish fender mirrors or that aggressive looking front end? Or could it be the spectacular rear end with the iconic taillights that carried on into the modern designs? Whatever it may be, this car had a definite retro design and some killer performance to match.


X-Men Avengers Crossover Covers

The Marvel universe is vast and unpredictable. Thanks to Stan Lee and an incredible array of writers over the decades of its existence, Marvel has been a staple for comic book fans.

Today we're taking a look at some of the X-Men/Avengers crossover covers from the past. In all of these covers you'll find Captain America, arguably one of the most impactful Avenger in the series.

Not only have the Avengers visited the X-Men, Spider-Man has also made some very prevalent appearances further solidifying the bonds between the entire Marvel universe.

Check out some of these awesome crossover covers below.


Revisiting Archie Comics

With the introduction of a new TV series called Riverdale, which happens to be based on the characters from the classic Archie comics, there has never been a better time to revisit these awesome characters.

Archie comics have been some of the greatest staples over the years. Veronica, Betty, Archie and Jughead are classic characters that got themselves in a plethora of situations. In the new show Riverdale, these characters address an incredibly dark situation.

These days the recycling of characters are becoming more of a norm. We tend to want to enjoy the classic settings. So, enjoy these classic Archie comic covers below.


5 Awesome Werewolf By Night Comic Book Covers

Here's a little dose of lycanthropy for you. In the 70s Werewolf By Night made his first appearance on the Marvel comic circuit and went on for quite some time.

The idea of Werewolf By Night was thought up by Roy Thomas but the series was titled by Marvel legend, Stan Lee. The comic book industry really blossomed and it wasn't just all about Ironman, Captain America and other big name Marvel characters.

We included some pretty awesome Werewolf By Night comic book covers for your nostalgic viewing experience. Check them out below.


Remembering Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing was a classic DC Comic made up of something straight out of our nightmares. In the 1970s, the Swamp Thing comics were born and boy were they entertaining. 

Len Wein penned the first series of issues where we all felt the hardships of this torn character. When you enlist a horror artist like Berni Wrightson, you know you're trying to balance the lines between hero and monster.

Swamp Thing was also given his own movie later on in the 80s, thanks to the creative and horrifying mind of Wes Craven. Check out these awesome covers that we found while digging online. 


Awesome Comic Book Ads of The Past

Remember those strange comic book ads that peddled some of the weirdest items to kids back in the day? Well we found a couple of them and they are pretty awesome.

For some reason, hypnotizing your parents was one of the most popular selling points for kids. There were plenty of items being advertised that would help you achieve this goal. That being said, if your parents ever showed signs of being hypnotized by the items, chances are they were being a good sport.

There are also some cool items in these ads that were great for short-time fun and were quite inexpensive. Check out some of these awesome ads in the images below.


Classic Booster Gold Comic Book Covers

The Booster Gold character from the 80s got his very own comic book later on in life. However, it doesn't stop the character from being a total classic in terms of comic book standards.

Being a part of the Justice League Booster Gold found it a bit hard to adapt. The problem was his show-off attitude that drove everyone of the super heroes nuts. Thankfully, he still made himself useful in many situations.

To celebrate the classic character, we found a couple of awesome Booster Gold comic book covers that you will enjoy.


Classic Fantastic Four Covers

Unfortunately the Fantastic Four films did not live up to the awesome expectations of comic book lovers. So, what better way to celebrate the incredible comic book than looking some of cool covers.

The Fantastic Four is part of the Marvel universe and was created by the legendary Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. It featured four altered human beings who possessed incredible powers.

There was the Invisible Woman/Mrs. Fantastic, Mr. Fantastic who had the rubbery skin, The Thing and of course, the Human Torch. Not to mention Dr. Doom and the Silver Surfer, who are very memorable characters.


Classic Wonder Woman Comic Book Covers

The classic Wonder Woman v.s. Super Girl v.s. Power Girl debate will always be an ongoing battle. However, Wonder Woman brought something incredibly special to the table.

Diana is a warrior inside and out and still manages to find her grace in many situations. She has got to be one of the most powerful Justice League members and is a strong figure for all women.

So, to celebrate all of the amazing attributes of Wonder Woman we have compiled Classic Wonder Woman Comic Book Covers for your viewing pleasure.


Classic Superman Comic Covers

There is no way we would share awesome classic Batman comic covers without sharing some classic Superman covers.

So who would win in a fight? That's always the big debate. Plenty argue that Superman would be the weaker superhero because of his weakness to Kryptonite. That being said, he is still a powerhouse of a superhero.

Unlike Batman, Superman has pretty much remained the same. He doesn't rely much on an ever-growing list of new tech. Instead, he dawns that red and blue suit and goes at his foes with brute force.

Check out some of these classic Superman comic covers below.


Awesome Retro Batman Comic Covers

Batman is one of the most classic comic book characters and has over gone a transformation beyond our wildest imaginations.

Gone are the days of the classic Batman and Robin characters in the underwear-looking costumes. These days, Batman is practically bulletproof with plenty of armor and just as many tricks as his foe, The Joker.

We'd still like to revisit the classic Batman days with these awesome retro Batman comic covers below.