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. 


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.