This fantastic piece of wall art is an artistic representation of the actual historical nose art used by VB-128 Patrol Bombing One Hundred Twenty Eight and the cover art of Captain Marvel Adventures #27 [in the public domain].
The squadron insignia, approved by CNO on 12 April 1943, depicted the “Captain Marvel” figure of comic book fame, with bomb in hand like a football ready to throw. Captain Marvel had the power to convert himself from a boy to a gigantic man, symbolizing the squadron’s belief that future battles would separate the boys from the men. The insignia was dropped 3 March 1949.
This is the first design in a series of Superhero Nose Art Prints by CKRTLAB Toys
Artwork measures 20"x16"
Artwork printed directly to aluminum with archival ink, Satin Finish (Not glossy)
Realistic looking representation of weathered, cracked and rusted aircraft metal and rivets
Mounting blocks for added depth
Ships Ready to Hang
*IMPORTANT* Available for a limited time only. Orders will only be taken and processed through midnight Monday August 31st 2020. After August 31, 2020 the Marvel Bomber Nose Art design will no longer be available.