Monday, October 23, 2017

Marvel-ous Monday: "The Young Warriors!" by G. Friedrich, J. Buscema, and Verpoorten

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! The Black Widow takes it to the streets and gets down to the nitty gritty in her second solo outing in Amazing Adventures #2 (July 1970). "The Young Warriors" isn't a teen super-hero group, but a group of regular teens fighting the law for a good cause...forcing Madame Natasha to choose sides between the militants and the establishment. It's Groovy Age, ripped-from-the-headlines relevance done up in the mighty Marvel-style by Gary Friedrich, John Buscema, and John Verpoorten! Dig it!












Friday, October 20, 2017

Making a Splash: The Haunted Detective

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! 13 spooky Batman splashes from some of the greatest artists of the Groovy Age! These are some of the moody masterpieces from the Groovy Age issues of Detective Comics Ol' Groove digs the most. Are your faves here? If not, what are they?

Detective #407

Detective #409






Detective #444



Detective 482

(And yep, Ol' Groove is workin' on a post featuring splashes from Batman's own mag, as well. Hang in there, baby!)

Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Boys from Derby: "The Unbelievers" by Gill and Vila

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! It's time for some voodoo hoo-doo from Monster Hunters #4 (November 1975). It's "The Unbelievers" by Joe Gill and Carlos Vila!








And hey, did ya catch the return of Monster Hunter supreme, Col. Whiteshroud in Charlton Arrow Vol. 2, No. 1? Yep, the Groovy Age is back on its way! Whoo-hoo!


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