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Monday, October 26, 2009

Makin’ Links # 43

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Sorry I’m late. Been struggling through the seemingly endless freezes that Windows 7 brings to both Explorer and Firefox. At this moment–briefly at least–it’s all good so here we go with a few recommendations for today.

There’s not much better in comics than a good rousing UNCLE SCROOGE adventure by Carl Barks. Joakim Gunnarsson has uncovered a lost, never competed or published UNCLE SCROOGE adventure script from the beloved “Good duck artist!”

http://sekvenskonst.blogspot.com/2009/10/carl-barks-lost-uncle-scrooge-adventure.html

The recent death of favorite baby boomer TV comedian Soupy Sales has seen scores of online remembrances. Here’s a look at the one and only issue of SOUPY SALES COMICS from Archie in 1965!

http://www.oddballcomics.com/article.php?story=2006-06-26

There’s a lengthy reappraisal of the first issue of Marvel’s much-maligned 1972 series NIGHT NURSE over at THE VAULT. Often put down as a low point in comics but now considered a cult classic, this article suggests it might actually be “a hidden gem!”

http://comicsvault.blogspot.com/2009/10/tales-from-vault-night-nurse-1.html

JON’S RANDOM ACTS OF GEEKERY offers up WaffyJon’s customary selection of original comics art today highlighted by some nice pages from Marvel’s GODZILLA by Herb Trimpe. Also some Win Mortimer, John Buscema and Gil Kane.

http://waffyjon.blogspot.com/2009/10/halloween-countdown-original-horror_26.html


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One Response to “Makin’ Links # 43”

  1. Jon B. Knutson Says:

    Thanks for the linkage, Booksteve!

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