Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Artwork taken from “Escape From Earth” in Mystery in Space #8 (Jul. 1952.) Story by John Broome, Art by Murphy Anderson.
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Artwork taken from “Escape From Earth” in Mystery in Space #8 (Jul. 1952.) Story by John Broome, Art by Murphy Anderson.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Artwork taken from “Reflection of Death!” in Tales From the Crypt, Vol. 1, No. 23. Story by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein, Art by Al Feldstein, Color by Marie Severin.
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Notes:
Happy Halloween, boys and ghouls!

Artwork taken from “Reflection of Death!” in Tales From the Crypt, Vol. 1, No. 23. Story by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein, Art by Al Feldstein, Color by Marie Severin.

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Notes:

Happy Halloween, boys and ghouls!

Saturday, September 15, 2012
Artwork taken from “The Last City” in Weird Fantasy Vol. 1, No. 16 (4) (Nov. 1950.) Story and Art by Al Feldstein, Colors by Marie Severin.
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Commentary:
Yes— this one is a semi-tribute to the “Time Enough At Last” Twilight Zone episode, which stars a *ahem* younger Burgess Meredith.

Artwork taken from “The Last City” in Weird Fantasy Vol. 1, No. 16 (4) (Nov. 1950.) Story and Art by Al Feldstein, Colors by Marie Severin.

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Commentary:

Yes— this one is a semi-tribute to the “Time Enough At Last” Twilight Zone episode, which stars a *ahem* younger Burgess Meredith.

Monday, July 30, 2012
Artwork taken from “The Maxwell Brothers” in Crime Patrol Vol. 1, No. 14 (Nov. 1949.) Story by Bill Gaines, Art by Ed Waldman.
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Artwork taken from “The Maxwell Brothers” in Crime Patrol Vol. 1, No. 14 (Nov. 1949.) Story by Bill Gaines, Art by Ed Waldman.

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Friday, July 13, 2012
Artwork taken from “The Big Footprints” in Mr. Muscles #23. Written by Jerry Siegel. Art by Charles Nicholas and Vince Alascia.
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Commentary:
I actually sympathize with “Giant Ginger.”

Artwork taken from “The Big Footprints” in Mr. Muscles #23. Written by Jerry Siegel. Art by Charles Nicholas and Vince Alascia.

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Commentary:

I actually sympathize with “Giant Ginger.”