Over at Steve Does Comics, Steve (not me) gives a belated post-mortem review to the fondly recalled but not really all that good Atlas line of comics from the seventies, particularly Tiger-Man.
Here’s a thoroughly pointless but nonetheless amusing look at Marvel Comics’ tendency to print almost single color–particularly red–covers throughout the early 1970′s. A number of examples are shown including a couple from other companies jumping on the non-existent bandwagon.
We haven’t checked in over at Cole’s Comics lately but a visit today finds a real treat–Will Eisner’s Spirit–in particular the “Fannie Ogre” sequence from the daily Spirit comic strip of 1942 as ghosted by (wait for it) Jack Cole!
Finally today, the appropriately timed reprint of a 1948 Jack Kirby gangster yarn, Bullets For the Bogus G-Man, subtitled The Untold, Inside Story of the Fake Income Tax Racket! This was originally published in Headline Comics.