Well, how about this--The features are finally beginning to return.
Today's classic are three Photoshop-buggered covers from one of the many Atlas/Seaboard comics of the 70's. For those of you unfamiliar with the name, imagine a new comics company launched with top talent, concepts that were little more than ripoffs, and editorial directions that changed from issue to issue. Suffice it to say, the end results were bizarre at best, schizophrenic at worst.
The Atlas comic under assault here was Police Action, featuring Lomax: NYPD, who was supposed to be a knockoff of Kojak, but because the head of Atlas wasn't going to licence the actual comic and wasn't about to get sued for it, it was changed in such a way as that it didn't resemble Kojak at all.
I should also mention that Police Action features Lomax eating a hot dog in side view in one long panel that is absolutely terrifying in terms of the potential Freudian implications of the image. I'll have to post it someday, I reckon. For now, enjoy these covers!