Quality comics mainstay Bill Quackenbush is credited with this fairly typical backup story, one of many that echoes Milton Caniff's TERRY to one extent or another.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Yes, they were violent and yes they all pretended that they existed to show how crime doesn't pay but that doesn't mean that you couldn't find some nice illustration in some of those much-hated crime comics of the early 1950s. This one is drawn by Ed Moore, yet another unsung draftsman who lit everywhere at one time or another in pre-Silver Age comics.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
It's actually a little warmer here today for us but I hear that elsewhere the cold is still a factor so many of you can relate. Art here is by Fred Abranz who started out as an animator in the late 1930s and ended his long career as an animator in the early 1980s.
Friday, March 7, 2014
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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Hank Ketcham's art style on DENNIS THE MENACE was unique and modern. Well, it was unique until a dozen or so Dennis clones popped up at various comic book companies, all drawn in a similar style. Some were poor imitations. Others, like Super Brat here, were fun in their own right.