Rudy Palais is one of the great unsung Golden Age artists in comics. Witness the gorgeous splash panel above.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
We all know the great Gray, of course, but who was/is writer Bill Dennehy? He's credited with a number of stories for DC's "mystery" titles in the early '70s but not much else, and apparently nothing past 1977.
UPDATE: Reader Jake Oster writes: According to Mike Tiefenbacher, in The Comic Reader # 142, Apr 1977, Bill Dennehy was a pen-name for editor Murray Boltinoff.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Look familiar? I don't know if Tuska was paid again for this reprint a full decade later but I sure hope the writer was since every bit of text and dialogue, including the names of the characters, has been rewritten, resulting in an entirely different plot. The new coloring gives it all a different feel as well.
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Friday, September 13, 2019
Thursday, September 12, 2019
One of the funniest animated TV cartoons ever became one of the funniest comic book adaptations of a TV cartoon, too, in the hands of the folks behind LITTLE LULU. Sometimes I wonder if Clyde and Leonardo inspired Penn and Teller's act.