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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

M k n’ L nks # 273

Here are the first photos from the prestigious Spanish Wallace Wood art exhibit–the first ever museum exhibit of its type dedicated to the EC artist known for his sci-fi scenes, his buxom women, his Mad humor, Witzend, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents and the Wizard King.

http://jack-kirby.over-blog.com/article-woodwork-palma-57451817.html

Wood’s art can, naturally, be found in something entitled The Illustrated History of Science Fiction Comics and here are the first couple chapters from the book with that name.

http://hairygreeneyeball2.blogspot.com/2010/09/illustrated-history-of-science-fiction.html

Hard to believe that National’s Rex the Wonder Dog ran for 46 issues in the late fifties but he did. Good dog! Here’s a nice Rex story drawn by the Gil Kane/Bernard Sachs team that typified DC’s house style at the time.

http://www.kingdomkane.com/2010/09/adventures-of-rex-wonder-dog-38-march.html

Finally today, here’s the surprise sensation of late 1975, Steve Gerber and Frank Brunner’s Howard the Duck # 1, a book that was very hard to come by in its day due to an early speculator rush!

http://swords-and-veeblefetzers.blogspot.com/2010/09/howard-duck-1.html


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