Last Friday, I asked you folks for help with some scans, and you responded with amazing speed! Within a day or so, I had received either the scans I needed or pledges to get me the scans I needed (here is a list of the scans I have not gotten yet).
While I was pleasantly surprised to see how fast people got the scans to me, I thought that the scans on the list at least were sort of "gettable."
This next batch, though - these ones are the toughies. I wouldn't imagine that you good folks will be able to get ANY of these, let alone most of them, but hey, if I don't ask, I'll never know, right?
So again, here are a few things that I need good resolution (say anything better than 800 x 1000 pixels) scans of - and again, it doesn't have to be stuff that you personally scanned yourself - if you can find it somewhere on the vast internets, then bless you - I sure haven't been able to, as it is REALLY hard to find good resolution copies of these images.
Anyhow, here is the list!
Either the December 15, 1942 or the December 16, 1942 edition of the Superman comic strip.
A picture of the former Amazing Stories editor, Raymond A. Palmer
The unpublished cover for Swamp Thing #88
Poster for Republic Studios' Captain America serial.
A picture of the rolling boulder scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
The famous picture of Walt Disney posed with the University of Oregon duck while wearing a U of Oregon jacket that was the basis for the agreement that allows Oregon to use Donald Duck as their mascot.
The infamous turn of the 20th century ad for Marvel Douche (this one I figure has the least chance of anyone ever getting - either this or the Swamp Thing cover). Harry Finley mentions some places here that have them, but it's generally speaking a lost cause. Oh wait! Never mind, this is the one that has the least chance of success!! A picture of Web-Woman, from the Filmation cartoon series from the late 1970s, Tarzan and the Super 7.
Thanks! If you can help me out, please send the scans to email@example.com.