Record sleeves influenced by Comics

In celebration of Free Comic Book Day here’s a small sampling of my favourite record sleeves featuring comic artists or groups portrayed in a comic setting.

Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Renegades of Funk by Bob Camp

Sigue Sigue SputnikAlbinoni vs Star Wars by Ron Smith

Sinister Ducks – March of The Sinister Ducks by Kevin O’Neill

RZA – Bobby Digital by Bill Scienkiewicz

Overlord X – Weapon Is My Lyric (back cover) by Simon Bisley

MF Doom –  Operation Doomsday by Doom

Newcleus – Space is The Place by Bob Camp

Newcleus – Jam On Revenge by Bob Camp

Icarus – The Marvel World of Icarus by Jack Kirby and various

EPMD – Business As Usual by Bill Scienkiewicz

De La Soul – 3 Feet High and Rising (inner sleeve) by Michael Uman

Man – Slow Motion by Rick Griffin

The Fink Brothers – Mutants of Mega City One (front and back) by Brian Bolland

Big Brother & The Holding Company – Cheap Thrills by Robert Crumb

2 thoughts on “Record sleeves influenced by Comics

  1. Might have to track a few of those down. :) What about the alchemist’s Death of a kamikaze? Peach!

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