This guy's been here before, and by the same artist (and presumably writer) but I don't recall the weird, semi-3-D art style!
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Okay, these guys had a complicated backstory. Separated at birth when one twin is kidnapped and raised by a pirate, the other twin later spends years in prison for the crimes of a brother he never knew. When he gets out, he becomes a police inspector and tracks down his criminal brother, reforming him so they can fight crime together...along with their Asian stereotype sidekick, Wing Low.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Marvel's Dr. Strange first appeared in 1963. This version--from Western (Gold Key) was originally published three years later, in 1966, and then reprinted here in 1972. I wonder if it's THIS version that Benedict Cumberbatch will be portaying on-screen in a year or so.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Well known for often subcontracting his art assignments to others for penciling, Sal Trapani did just that and got Steve Ditko of all people to do a couple GET SMART and HOGAN'S HEROES issues in the 1960s. Here we have a couple inside cover gags from the latter that aren't funny nor do they even make any actual sense but it is interesting to see the great Ditko's work on these characters.
GCD doesn't name the distinctive artist here but it is some pretty fun work. Perhaps one of you out there will know. The Blonde Phantom was a latecomer to Timely Comics but appeared in several titles as a backup, cover featured on others and with her own title briefly!