UFO/Flying Saucer Comic Book Gallery
to our UFO/Flying Saucer Comic Book Gallery.
default, all cover images in the UFOPOP comic book gallery
are displayed as thumbnail images in a thumbnail/search page. Click below
to access the thumbnail/search page. Click on
any thumbnail image to view a larger image. Each larger image opens
in its own new browser window.
comic book gallery database is fully searchable. Enter search parameter(s) in the field provided and click the "Search" button.
Thumbnail images matching the search criteria will be displayed in
the thumbnail/search page. Clicking the "View All Comics"
button will load all comics available into the thumbnail/search
page. Click here for
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are generally perceived as round or oval, usually with a dome
on top. While this is the primary shape displayed on this website,
we have included a few alien craft that are of other reported
shapes, such as crescent, cylindrical, rocket, ball, triangular,
etc. Also included are alien craft such as those popularized by Steven Spielberg
in Close Encounters of the Third Kind .
displayed reflect primarily U. S. popular culture, but images
from other countries are included, such as Australia, Canada,
France, England, Italy, Mexico and South America.
UFOPOP expresses appreciation to
CUFON - the Computer UFO Network
for hosting the UFO/Flying Saucer Comic Book Cover
Gallery [which served as the impetus to this site] beginning in June
creators would like to thank the following for contributing
numerous comics to the gallery.
from Mexico, creator of the
HISTORY OF MEXICAN COMICS web site.
for UFO Research, News and Information Service (Rod Dyke), from
Frank Motler, from England,
author of numerous articles on comics.
Verga, Italy, co-founded the
for UFO Studies (CISU); UFO author and lecturer, and has
compiled numerous case catalogs. Runs
UFO ONLINE, and
is interested in UFO imagery and WWII UFOs.
appreciates the mention our Comic Book Gallery received in
Publishing's Comic Book Marketplace No.113, June 2004. Will
Murray has written a fine article on flying saucers in comics which
is published in this issue of CBM.
Cover image here.