The What Of What Now?

Let’s be clear here. This is not an original Jim Steranko painting. It’s one of those 11×17 reproduction deals, you know, the ones that are usually reprints of old movie posters that you can buy in Newbury Comics (or your local equivalent) in those thick plastic sleeves? Yeah, like that. And it’s not a repro of some of his classic comic book artwork, it’s of a painting that was used as the cover from a 1999 independent comic called The Victorian. But what really matters, and why I’m posting it, is that the title of the piece is crazy awesome. It’s called The Synchronometry of Paranoia. What a great title. Too bad the seller doesn’t give you a pic of the full piece (see below).

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