Dave Stevens drew nearly all of the adventures of his creation, The Rocketeer but this one, appearing in a Disney digest at the time the movie version came out, was blessed with some equally awesome art from Gray Morrow.
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Monday, January 27, 2020
Here's another all-new Marvel tale that was buried in the back of a reprint comic book. Not sure if this one was originally British or not. The writer shows only two other credits, one of which was 20 years later. Art is by my late friend Alan Kupperberg along with Bill Wray.
Sunday, January 26, 2020
This rare solo Vision piece was the cover story in a 1979 issue of the UK's MARVEL COMIC. GCD doesn't seem to know that as they show its premiere as a backup story in TALES TO ASTONISH in 1980, retitled "Double Vision" and with color and additional credits added. Here's the original.
Saturday, January 25, 2020
The artist here was co-creator of everyone from Little Dot to Elsie the Cow and Reddy Killowatt! And...well...Tookie. They can't all be winners. That kid in this, Mervin, may be THE brattiest kid any comic book babysitter ever had to contend with!
Friday, January 24, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020
By "Teller Tayles." Is that a great pen name or what? In actuality, GCD credits this to one Charles Wotjkoski, later to be better known for his long history of bland artwork for Charlton as Charles Nicholas, often inked by Vince Alascia. Either this was before he got bland or all that dull stuff was Vince's fault.