Friday, November 21, 2014

The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Neal Adams Covers Superman's Amazing New Adventures

Back in late 1970 (beginning with issue #233), DC gave Superman a bit of a revamp by getting rid of kryptonite, downsizing the Man of Steel's powers, and moving him from behind the news desk at the Daily Planet to put him in front of the camera at WGBS. They also hired Neal Adams (sometimes inked by Dick Giordano) to draw a ton of covers during that era. Check 'em out, Groove-ophiles!













Thursday, November 20, 2014

Random Reads: "Threat of the Cavern Creatures" by Christensen and ?

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! We have a happen' Herculoids short feature written by Don R. Christensen and drawn by a really good Gold Key artist who didn't get any credit. From Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes #4 (cover dated January 1969) prepare to face the "Threat of the Cavern Creatures"!








Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Black and White Wednesday: "King Konk" by Herman and Colon

Okay, Groove-ophiles, so "King Konk" from Crazy Magazine #19 (cover dated August 1976) may not be the funniest movie parody of the Groovy Age, but Ernie Colon's art makes Len Herman's story look really cool, dunnit?






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