“The Citation” ranch home in Tulsa was built by Lloyd Creekmore in 1955 and was featured as part of the Tulsa Parade of Homes during National Home Week the following year.
Jennie Cluck, who bought the home from its second owner, said it’s the ‘50s style that she liked and that inspired her to restore the house to its original state. It is not a museum but a place where time and style were reconstructed to become a self-evident present.
The home is showcased in Atomic Ranch Magazines book: “Atomic Ranch: Midcentury interiors”.
DC Entertainment and IDW Publishing recently announced their latest crossover miniseries with Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Scheduled for November, this six-part monthly miniseries is set in the streets of Gotham City where fans will see the Dark Knight fight like never before with wall-to-wall ninja action.
The story will be brought to life by James Tynion IV (Batman: Eternal) and star artist Freddie E. Williams II (Robin, Captain Atom) handling interior and cover art. In addition, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman and other to-be-announced artists will illustrate variant covers.