Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Death Turns the Dial/Killed by Kindness-George Tuska-1969


From back when it didn't take months to tell a single story, here are two odd little one-pagers credited to editor Murray Boltniff and published in the back pages of an issue of THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD that apparently ran short. 


2 comments:

バーンズエリック said...

Bravo for brevity.

The back of THE BRAVE & THE BOLD, eh? They're a bit on the morbid side. I would have thought they were more fitted for DC's mystery books.

The second one kinda--k i n d a--harkens back to CRIME DOES NOT PAY... at least if we can imagine it with humor fillers.

Daniel said...

These two are from B&B #88: There's another one in #90. I guess Boltinoff was trying to maintain a niche when "Casey the Cop" and "Cap's Hobby Hints" were rapidly going out of style. It's kind of a shame these didn't catch on: Certainly Tuska was near the top of his game with these.