Friday, February 27, 2015

Making a Splash: Aparo's Aquaman Adventures

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! We've rapped about the incredible Steve Skeates/Jim Aparo era of Aquaman in his own mag during the early Groovy Age, but what about the King of the Seven Seas' return to glory in the pages of Adventure Comics (issues 441-452, July 1975-April 1977). Short-lived glory you say? Naw, this run in Adventure was so good it lead to the revival of Aquaman's own mag--which we'll rap about another day. 'Til then, enjoy these awesome Aparo illoed Aquaman in Adventure splashes!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Boys from Derby: "The Unbelievable Doll Finn!" by Cuti and Staton

Been a while since we bopped back to Derby, Connecticut, to see what Nick Cuti and Joe Staton were layin' on us back in September, 1974, Groove-ophiles! Today we find them lending their genius to Midnight Tales #10 with "The Unbelievable Doll Finn!" Check it out!

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Black and White Wednesday: "Survivor or Savior!" by Skeates and Mayo

How's it shakin', Groove-ophiles! Wanna read a really cool classic sci-fi/horror story by two masters of theWarren stable of creators? Well, today is your lucky day! From Creepy #62 (cover dated May 1974), here's "Survivor or Savior!" written by the award-winning Steve Skeates and Gonzalo Mayo!


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