go check it out (Also, other Robot Sixers Brigid Alverson, Corey Blake, Tom Bondurant, Mark Cardwell and special guest Brian Cronin run down their recent reading).
The above image is Kevin Nowlan's painted Man-Thing, from the pages of The Infernal Man-Thing, which was a rather disappointing book. I didn't really care for Nowlan's emaciated, extremely human-looking Man-Thing...looks a little like what Man-Thing might look like if recreated by a theater company for a stage show, doesn't it? (For contrast, compare it to Arthur Adams' Man-Things or Men-Thing from the covers of the same series).
And this here is maybe my favorite panel from the other book I discussed there, Star Wars Omniubs: A Long Time Ago... Vol. 2:
Also, in the plot for this story, Luke and R2-D2 are on the surface of a planet doing some diplomatic stuff, and the rest of "the Star Warriors" (as they're so often-referred to in these late-70s/early-80s comics) are aboard the Millennium Falcon, listening in by hooking C-3PO's nipples up to the on-board computers.