Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Black and White Wednesday: "Angel of Jaipur" by DuBay and Severin

Sometimes Ol' Groove just has to sit back and let two masters of the medium let their work do the talking for them. From Creepy #89 (April 1977) here are Bill DuBay and John Severin with..."angel of Jaipur"!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Decent Comics: "Village of the Doomed" by Michelinie and Redondo

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! It's time for another forgotten David Michelinie/Nestor Redondo Swamp Thing classic! "Village of the Doomed" from Swamp Thing #18 (June 1975). For some reason, I can relate to this story more in 2017 than I could in 1975. Wonder why...?

Monday, August 14, 2017

Marvel-ous Monday: "The Runaway and the Rescuer!" by Kraft, Zimmerman, and Chan

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! Here's a little-seen piece from The Hulk! #10 (the first full-color ish of the former Rampaging Hulk magazine) by David Anthony Kraft, Dwight Jon Zimmerman (yep, the acclaimed author), and Ernie Chan. "The Runaway and the Rescuer!" blew Teen Groove away simply because of its existence. A brand new illustrated prose story featuring Ol' Jade Jaws--in full color! Yours truly always loved experimental stuff in his mags, so this was a welcome treat (along with the comics and the articles we'd grown accustomed to).  


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