Sunday, August 27, 2017

Favorite Artists-Howard Post-The End of Hector the Spectre-1954



For our last day, I've decided to revisit some of the many enjoyable comics artists whose work I have personally discovered through doing this blog.  
And this is our final post.
It's been fun, educational, and I hope as entertaining for you as it has been for me. Everything will stay up, at least for now, so tell your friends to check out FOUR COLOR SHADOWS!
Thanks!






7 comments:

  1. Thanks, Steven for your years of working on your various blogs. I checked them all out at one time or another, but this was always my favorite for the wide variety of stories you would post. I hope you get re-energized and post more down the road. Till then I'll look you up on Facebook. Good luck in your future endeavors.

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  2. Farewell, Steve. You've given us tons of great material over the years.

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  3. As your fist commenter says above, I too have taken a look at all your blogs, and followed some regularly, but I have to say that this was my own favorite, too. Such a variety of offerings! Best of luck in your future endeavors.

    Thanks in particular for posting the so-called "true" story of Batman and Robin. You saved me from finding the actual comic book and spending a fortune.

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  4. Thank you for all good moments and fun you gave to us.

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  5. Thank you for all the good moments and fun you gave to us.

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  6. Thank you SO much for all of your work here! So many fun reads, discoveries, and gorgeous artworks. Cheers to ya!

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  7. I have only been here about a year, found it by doing research on Thor, and found your posting of that amazing pre-Kirby Thor story. So much fun.

    I found out about Marvel comics in 1969, and have been a fan of comics ever since, though I haven't read a new one in years, and I just wanted to say thank you so much for this truly wonderful blog. I have read so many comics that I just would never have come across.

    Thanks again, and wishing you the best of luck.

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