Saturday, August 4, 2012

The Quick Colt Killer-Gerald McCann-1952


Nothing too special in this pre-code cowboy tale but I really like the art and know nothing of this artist other than he's credited with inking for the great Everett Raymond Kinstler on some Avon stories. On his own, I can see Kinstler's influence but Gerald McCann's art reminds me here of the work of Angelo Torres or George Woodbridge. A little of Doug Wildey or the young Gray Morrow, too.  






2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for posting, Steven! Gerald was my grandfather. Never saw this stuff before. More familiar with the paintings he did later in life.

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  2. You're welcome. If I can find some more scans of his work, I'll run another story by him. Very impressive work.

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