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Thursday, July 29, 2010

MAkIN’ LinKS # 241

Martial arts films were all the rage in the US beginning in 1973 and Bruce Lee’s tragic death simply made them even more popular. It was inevitable that they would spill over into comics. Here’s a selection of martial arts comics covers from that period.

http://ripjaggerdojo.blogspot.com/2010/07/just-for-kicks.html

The 9th issue of Charlton’s Monster Hunters from 1977 was a vehicle for the vastly under-rated fan-turned-pro Bronze Age artist, Mike Zeck, his first full-lenth pro piece, written by Nick Cuti.

http://www.thecharltonstory.com/2010/07/monster-hunters-no-9-january-1977.html

Billy Batson’s sister, Mary Marvel, was never drawn as cute as when she was drawn by the great Bob Oksner during the seventies revival of the Marvel Family. Here’s a fun little Bridwell tale with Uncle Dudley!

http://grantbridgestreet.blogspot.com/2010/07/mary-marvel-in-secret-of-smiling.html

Ivan Brunetti is known as an  alternative comics artist with an attitude both in his style and in his subject matter. Surprising then to find this early DC Scooby Doo story drawn by him!

http://www.againwiththecomics.com/2010/07/scooby-doo-comic-byivan-brunetti.html


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