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Friday, October 23, 2009

Makin’ Links # 40

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Sorry I missed yesterday but I was on day two of installing WINDOWS7. Some glitches but now it’s worki…

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OOPS! Had to reboot. My point is that this software is the beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeest…Sorry. Keyboard glitch. Sigh. Anyway, here’s today.

John Byrne’s first art for Marvel–sorta–can be found here although one would be hard-pressed to recognize it as such due to the overpowering inks of Rudy Nebres that give the overall piece a unique but decidely comprimised look.

http://diversionsofthegroovykind.blogspot.com/2009/10/famous-first-fridays-john-byrne-finds.html

Writer/Artist Frank Robbins is both celebrated and raked over the coals at the BRONZE AGE OF BLOGS. Robbins Caniff-styled art worked well in newspaper strips for decades but his arrival in comic books led to some controversially odd work.

http://bronzeageofblogs.blogspot.com/2009/10/frank-robbins.html

Keeping in mind that Halloween is just ahead, here’s a comic adaptation of Hammer Films’ PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES, adapted by Steve Moore (script) and Brian Bolland (inks)–the guys who went on to create LASAR ERASER AND PRESSBUTTON. Pencils by one Trvor Goring.

http://hairygreeneyeball2.blogspot.com/2009/10/plague-of-zombies.html

From WWII era THRILLING COMICS, here’s the fairly generic hero DOC STRANGE with some fairly generic evil Nazis in a fairly generic superhero tale for your enjoyment and amusement.

http://nedor-a-day.blogspot.com/2009/10/doc-strange-light-absorbing-machine.html


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