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Sunday, October 24, 2010

MAKin’ LInks # 291

Let’s go mainstream today, shall we? Batman, Tarzan, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Cryptkeeper!

It’s always fun to see the late Jim Mooney ghosting for Bob Kane. He usually did so on the long-running Robin series in the late forties but here he is on a 1946 Bill Finger Batman story.

http://grantbridgestreet.blogspot.com/2010/10/batman-carbon-copy-crimes-by-bill.html

Finally getting some respect with recent reprints, longtime anonymous Dell artist Jesse Marsh drew Tarzan for them for many years including this story shared today by Pappy.

http://pappysgoldenage.blogspot.com/2010/10/number-830-jesse-marsh-and-valley-of.html

From the classic Amazing Spider-Man # 8, one of the first back issues I myself ever had, here (via seventies reprint) is the odd Lee/Kirby/Ditko back-up featuring Spidey and the Human Torch.

http://swords-and-veeblefetzers.blogspot.com/2010/10/marvel-treasury-edition-1-spider-man.html

Finally today, here’s the Cryptkeeper, arguably the most infamous of all the horror hosts from EC or even since, in what amounts to an origin story by Feldstein and Davis, shared here in both printed form and from the original art.

http://hairygreeneyeball2.blogspot.com/2010/10/origin-of-cryptkeeper.html


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